On Friday, we asked you to guess what street were we looking at before it became the northern-most edge of a large Seattle park. Looks like it was a toughie because nobody guessed correctly.
What we're actually looking at is 24th Avenue S. and Spokane Street in 1913. Nowadays, the left side of the street is next to the northern wall of Jefferson Park.
Check back Friday for the next round of Cornerspotter. And if you've got a great idea or image for the next one, feel free to send it our way.