Painting State Street north to south
The 1920s were an especially prosperous time for the commercial Elk Street corridor. An important addition, bridging the original town of Sehome on the southern part of Elk Street with the second commercial corridor to the north, was the Gothic-style Bellingham Herald Building (built 1926), of steel construction faced in terra cotta and stone, at the corner of Elk and Chestnut Streets. After the Herald graced the city with this elegant six story-building, 50 merchants on Elk Street petitioned the City Council to change the street's name to the more metropolitan "State" Street, which was accomplished on April 13, 1926. The new Herald quarters added to the stock of distinguished State Street buildings dating back to the early 1900s. The Sehome Neighborhood - Then and Now
Happy homes in Bellingham
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Starbucks Coffee, 132 E. Holly St. Bellingham WA 98225
Das Schweinhaus Biergarten 1330 N. State Street, 98225
Cascade Laundry 205 Prospect St Bellingham WA 98225
Whatcom Museum, 121 Prospect St, Bellingham, WA 98225, May 20, 2014
Bob's Burgers and Brew, 202 E Holly St. #101 May 7, 2014
Rocket Donuts, 306 W Holly St, Bellingham, WA 98225 April 20, 2014.
Film is Truth, 211 W. Holly Street.
Third Planet, Commercial Street at W. Holly St., February 12, 2014.
Daylight building. N. State street at E. Chestnut street.
Taco del mar. Railroad Ave at E. Magnolia St., Bellingham WA, October 30, 2013
Bellingham Food Trucks
Views of the Bellingham Herald building
Views of the Mount Baker Theater
Views of the Whatcom Museum of History and Art