Yesterday, we asked you to guess this Seattle intersection from 1935. The fantastically-named Kalakalot guessed 7th and Seneca and that is correct, though we also would have accepted Seneca & Hubbell.
Images: Seattle Municipal Archives, Google Maps As you can see, the Seneca Market and the apartment building on the right are now a parking lot, though there's a high-rise in the background to make up for it. Here's another angle of the street widening project that helped make way for the eventual I-5 highway that would go almost underneath this spot some years later.
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