: Right of Center in both scenes the Smith Tower is the only local landmark that is easily traced from the “then” to the “now.” The historical photographer looks south from the Port of Seattle’s original Bell Street Terminal across the length of the temporarily sunken steamship Admiral Watson to an old pier that once paralleled the shoreline because Elliott Bay was too deep at that point to build out into it. (Historical photograph courtesy Ivar Haglund.)

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