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Oregon Improvement Company completes purchase of Seattle & Walla Walla Railroad Company and Seattle Coal & Transportation Company on November 26, 1880.

The O'Donnell Gang guns down Seattle Police Officers Trent A. Sickles and Theodore E. Stevens during a burglary on November 26, 1935.

School bus plunges into Lake Chelan, killing 15 students and the driver, on November 26, 1945.

Seattle City Council adopts plan for central business district development on November 26, 1963.

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Dedication ceremony marks delivery of first water from Seattle Water Department's Tolt River supply system on December 17, 1962.

Ross F. George and William Hugh Gordon submit a patent application for their new ink "Lettering Pen" on October 22, 1914.

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