From 1951, 1958, 1975 and 1991
Nearly 5,000 people from Washington died of the Spanish flu in 1918
This photo was taken one year after the park officially opened.
In 1949, 30,000 people were there for the dedication ceremony at Sea-Tac Airport
Hanford plutonium was in the nuclear bomb detonated over Nagasaki, Japan.
Take a look at the hustle and bustle of the market more than 100 years ago
The Jimi Hendrix Experience played the Seattle Center Arena on Feb. 12, 1968. The legendary Seattle native hadn't been in the city since 1961.
Revisiting the program for what was called "the greatest downhill and slalom competition ever held in North America."
The Seattle SuperSonics defeated the Washington Bullets in the 1979 NBA Finals. Is another Sonics victory parade is Seattle's future?
These four loggers with the West Fork Logging Company in Lewis County were among the earliest beneficiaries of health insurance in Washington state.
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