Julia Child at Pike Place Market, 1978

Julia Child visiting the fish mongers at the Pike Place Market in Seattle, WA

Craft vendors in Pike Place Market, circa 1975

How to Live on Practically Nothing. Living on practically nothing is achievable and, depending on the attitude with which you approach it, living without much can be a liberating rather than a depriving experience. For those who are forced.

Market sign at sunset, 2000

Item Fleets and Facilities Department Imagebank Collection (Record Series Seattle Municipal Archives.

Corner Market during rehabilitation, 1975

This is the main article of a series that covers the history of Seattle, Washington, a city in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States of America.

Pike Place looking south, 1919

Pike Place is haunted by the ghosts of children. Mercedes Carrabba is a second generation vendor at Pike Place. She says the nine acre Pike Place district

Dairy stall at Pike Place Market, 1927

See our online exhibit for a history of the market. Item Pike Place Market Visual Images and Audiotapes (Record Series Seattle Municipal Archives.

Proposed plans for rehabilitated Pike Place Market, 1973

See our online exhibit for a history of the market. Found in Vertical File Seattle Municipal Archives.

Pike Place, 1919

A street view of Pike Place Market, pictured July

Proposed Pike Place Market redevelopment, 1968

This was an architectural model for the planned urban renewal of the market. See our online exhibit for a history of the market. Item Pike Place Market Visual Images and Audiotapes (Record Series Seattle Municipal Archives.

Man playing chess in Pike Place Market, circa 1976

See our online exhibit for a history of the market. Item Pike Place Market Visual Images and Audiotapes (Record Series Seattle Municipal Archives.

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