Month: August 2014

Labor Day Discoveries

You could say we like to scour the internet for funky, historic visual imagery to share with you, our fellow salvage and history lovers. Sounds familiar, eh? Well, we just can’t get enough of vintage photos lately. Especially ones from Vintage Seattle, the Washington State Digital Archives we mentioned in last week’s post, or our most recent find this week: the UW Projects on PNW Labor and Civil Rights. May not sound enticing, but once you click, we’re sure you’ll get sucked in like we did! This website is chock full of interesting moments not only in PNW history....

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The Grace Chapel Salvage: In Photos

[metaslider id=518]   This church was in Ballard: Grace Gospel Church. Although the church been used since the time it was built in 1906, the current congregation chose to sell the building due to the fact that  the “church body had gotten smaller, the repairs to [the] older building were costly and our resources were slim,” states Pastor Sharon, on the church’s website. She went on to say,”We could no longer ignore the situation we were in and after many congregational meetings we entered into a sales agreement to sell our beloved building.” Although submitted as a potential nominee...

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