NOTICE: Another Blogaddendum

Here at DorpatSherrardLomont there’s always room for improvement, even long after the fact.  On occasion, we will make discoveries related to previous columns – buried treasures usually overlooked in the rush to find supporting materials for Seattle Now & Then.

Last August, Paul related how he had misplaced slides of the Palomar Theatre’s demise.  He has now found them and, as promised, they are posted below.  To view the original column – now amended – click HERE.

Lawton Gowey has dated this 11th-hour photo of the Palomar Theatre, April 21, 1965, and describes the "On Stage Boeing Musical, April 23,  Annie Get Your Gun," performed by Boeing Employees, as the Palomar's "last public show."
Lawton Gowey has dated this 11th-hour photo of the Palomar Theatre, April 21, 1965, and describes the "On Stage Boeing Musical, April 23, Annie Get Your Gun," performed by Boeing Employees, as the Palomar's "last public show."
The razing of the Palomar was well along when Lawton Gowey recorded this slide of the destruction on June 22, 1965.
The razing of the Palomar was well along when Lawton Gowey recorded this slide of the destruction on June 22, 1965.
His water department office nearby, Gowey took this photo on April 7, 1978 of the parking garage that replaced the garage.
His water department office nearby, Gowey took this photo on April 7, 1978 of the parking garage that replaced the garage.

One thought on “NOTICE: Another Blogaddendum”

  1. Although they make me a little sad, thanks so much for posting the photos Paul, and thanks to Lawton Gowey. They’re going straight into the catalog.

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