Friday, July 4, 2008

Tacoma Washington Court House & Seminary

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Today I want to share a couple of early Tacoma Washington post cards with you. The first is a View of the Annie Wright Seminary in Tacoma which was founded by C.C. Wright in 1884 when he and other Tacoma residents wanted a school where their daughters could receive a good education and the school was named after his daughter, Annie. The school is still in operation today and has a co-ed day program through grade 8 and an all girls day and boarding school in grades 9-12. This is a circa 1908 Edward H. Mitchell postcard.

The second view is also a circa 1908 Edward H. Mitchell postcard and shows the Pierce County Court House in Tacoma Washington. Both of the postcards can be found in my Washington listings on my website Moody's Postcards.

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