This late-1950s image was taken during either the morning or evening rush hour on a gloomy day in Seattle, Washington. The photo was originally quite a bit darker and all of the signs and street lights were lit, although we took the liberty of lightening it up a bit to be able to see more of the details in the shadows.
The Blackstock Lumber Co. building visible on the far left of the picture was established in 1912 and the property was sold recently after the Company closed. The Lumber store location apparently was at 1039 Elliot Ave. West which is about three miles northwest of the center of the City in the West Queen Ann neighborhood.
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