Now & Then -- University of Washington from Above

  • By Alan Stein
  • Posted 1/17/2001
  • Essay 2949
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This Now & Then animation of the University of Washington campus in northeast Seattle, showing the Drumheller fountain, is made from two photographs. The first is a postcard shot sometime in the 1920s. The second is by HistoryLink Staff Historian Alan J. Stein and was shot from a seaplane in October 2000. [Note: This is a large file (287k animated GIF), and may take some time to open.]

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