Today in Washington State History From Territorial Governor Isaac Stevens convenes the First Walla Walla Council with Native American tribes on May 29, 1855. <i>The Eye</i> reports Gilbert Horton's floating photography gallery to be in Snohomish on May 29, 1886. Temple de Hirsch is founded in Seattle on May 29, 1899. Seattle annexes Ballard on May 29, 1907. Governor Marion E. Hay tours Pend Oreille County on May 29, 1911. Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway inaugurates twice-daily service between Tacoma and Chicago on May 29, 1911. Seattle's KFOA conducts the Northwest's "first long distance remote control" radio broadcast from Everett's Monte Cristo Hotel on May 29, 1925. Roxy Theatre in Bremerton opens on May 29, 1941. AFM Local 493, Seattle's "Negro Musicians' Union," holds big benefit bash on May 29, 1951. Seattle's Sand Point Park is renamed Warren G. Magnuson Park and officially opened on May 29, 1977. Seattle Waterfront Streetcar inaugurates service on May 29, 1982. University Heights Farmer's Market opens in the University District on May 29, 1993.