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Salmon Bay Park, pictured 1910.

Salmon Bay Park, pictured 1910.

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Salmon Bay, pictured July 10, 1914.

Salmon Bay, pictured July 10, 1914.

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Dancers pictured at the Ballard Field House in 1914.

Dancers pictured at the Ballard Field House in 1914.

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Sewer work underway on 11th Avenue Northwest in Ballard. Pictured in April 1915.

Sewer work underway on 11th Avenue Northwest in Ballard. Pictured in April 1915.

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Canal Lumber Co. mill, pictured Sept. 19, 1915.

Canal Lumber Co. mill, pictured Sept. 19, 1915.

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Sobey Manufacturing shingle mill in Ballard, pictured Sept. 25, 1915.

Sobey Manufacturing shingle mill in Ballard, pictured Sept. 25, 1915.

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A worker pictured at Seattle Cedar Lumber Co. in Ballard on Sept. 12, 1915.

A worker pictured at Seattle Cedar Lumber Co. in Ballard on Sept. 12, 1915.

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Ballard police substation and city hall, pictured in 1915.

Ballard police substation and city hall, pictured in 1915.

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Boys gather for the opening of a municipal railway in Ballard, pictured Jan. 27, 1918.

Boys gather for the opening of a municipal railway in Ballard, pictured Jan. 27, 1918.

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A crowd gathers for the opening of a municipal rail line to Ballard. The Majestic Theater is pictured in the background of the Jan. 27, 1918, photo.

A crowd gathers for the opening of a municipal rail line to Ballard. The Majestic Theater is pictured in the background of the Jan. 27, 1918, photo.

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The ocean tug Mahoe is launched at Ballard in April 1925.

The ocean tug Mahoe is launched at Ballard in April 1925.

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Dog musher Leonhard Seppala with famous sled dogs Togo and Fritz aboard a steamship in 1926. Seppala settled in Ballard.

Dog musher Leonhard Seppala with famous sled dogs Togo and Fritz aboard a steamship in 1926. Seppala settled in Ballard.

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Ballard Bridge repair work, pictured Feb. 24, 1933.

Ballard Bridge repair work, pictured Feb. 24, 1933.

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Seaview Avenue Railroad Bridge, pictured April 21, 1933.

Seaview Avenue Railroad Bridge, pictured April 21, 1933.

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The view from Sunset Hill, pictured in a 1935 photo taken by Ashael Curtis.

The view from Sunset Hill, pictured in a 1935 photo taken by Ashael Curtis.

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A worker stands inside a 72-inch sewer pipe bound for Ballard. Pictured Dec. 20, 1935.

A worker stands inside a 72-inch sewer pipe bound for Ballard. Pictured Dec. 20, 1935.

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Golden Gardens Park, pictured 1936.

Golden Gardens Park, pictured 1936.

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Aerial view of an early Boeing B-17E in flight, Seattle, pictured in 1941.

Aerial view of an early Boeing B-17E in flight, Seattle, pictured in 1941.

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A P-I photographer was assigned to cover what might happen in Seattle if wartime authorities declared a blackout in December of 1941. With all the lights turned off, Harold Dale Mouser, 17, kisses girlfriend Lenore Dorthy Frank, of Ballard. The two eventually got married and raised five children. (Seattle Post-Intelligencer Collection, Museum of History & Industry 28004) less
A P-I photographer was assigned to cover what might happen in Seattle if wartime authorities declared a blackout in December of 1941. With all the lights turned off, Harold Dale Mouser, 17, kisses girlfriend … more

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Ballard High School victory garden, pictured Feb. 16, 1943.

Ballard High School victory garden, pictured Feb. 16, 1943.

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Children seated in line eating cake inside Loyal Heights School, pictured in 1944.

Children seated in line eating cake inside Loyal Heights School, pictured in 1944.

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Olaf Wiggen decorates signs in Ballard, in 1948.

Olaf Wiggen decorates signs in Ballard, in 1948.

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Children in costume for Christmas parade in Ballard, pictured Dec. 12, 1948.

Children in costume for Christmas parade in Ballard, pictured Dec. 12, 1948.

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Soap box derby pre-race award winners, pictured in August 1949 in Ballard.

Soap box derby pre-race award winners, pictured in August 1949 in Ballard.

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The caption reads, “Tom Sedgwick with Jackie (5) and Gary (6) Donaldson: Instructor Tells Boys How to Overcome Fear of Water.” Pictured July 6, 1950.

The caption reads, “Tom Sedgwick with Jackie (5) and Gary (6) Donaldson: Instructor Tells Boys How to Overcome Fear of Water.” Pictured July 6, 1950.

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Gilman Playground, pictured 1950.

Gilman Playground, pictured 1950.

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An abandoned home at 13th Avenue and 67th Street, pictured July 11, 1956.

An abandoned home at 13th Avenue and 67th Street, pictured July 11, 1956.

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Work underway on the Ballard Bridge overpass, pictured Dec. 5, 1958.

Work underway on the Ballard Bridge overpass, pictured Dec. 5, 1958.

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City leaders gather to open the Ballard Bridge overpass on Dec. 12, 1958.

City leaders gather to open the Ballard Bridge overpass on Dec. 12, 1958.

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The training submarine Puffer and the tug Neptune pictured in 1960 at the Chittenden Locks in Seattle.

The training submarine Puffer and the tug Neptune pictured in 1960 at the Chittenden Locks in Seattle.

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The Ballard Bridge and environs, pictured in a Sept. 6, 1962 photo.

The Ballard Bridge and environs, pictured in a Sept. 6, 1962 photo.

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Arthur C. Ballard, one of the founders of Ballard and the town’s namesake. This photo was taken in 1953.

Arthur C. Ballard, one of the founders of Ballard and the town’s namesake. This photo was taken in 1953.

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Scandinavian dancers at Nordic Festival in Ballard, pictured in 1964.

Scandinavian dancers at Nordic Festival in Ballard, pictured in 1964.

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The Ballard Sunday Market, a tradition that continues today. Photo taken in 1975.

The Ballard Sunday Market, a tradition that continues today. Photo taken in 1975.

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The restaurant at 15th Avenue Northwest and Northwest Market Street in Ballard was built in 1964 as Manning’s Cafeteria. An example of “Googie” architecture, it is shown here the day after reopening as a Denny’s in 1984. less
The restaurant at 15th Avenue Northwest and Northwest Market Street in Ballard was built in 1964 as Manning’s Cafeteria. An example of “Googie” architecture, it is shown here the day after reopening as a … more

Photo: Phil H. Webber/P-I File/1984


Cathy Le belts out a tune for a friend celebrating her bachelorette party with an evening of Rockaraoke in Ballard. Fans of the enhanced karaoke style say they get an extra rush of stardom performing with a band. less
Cathy Le belts out a tune for a friend celebrating her bachelorette party with an evening of Rockaraoke in Ballard. Fans of the enhanced karaoke style say they get an extra rush of stardom performing with a … more

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JOSHUA TRUJILLO/P-I



The Junction Building, built in 1904, currently housing Hale Design Associates Inc., is one if the unique buildings that is part of the Ballard Avenue Landmark District. Nearby, a large condominium with a similar design takes up a block of Leary Way. less
The Junction Building, built in 1904, currently housing Hale Design Associates Inc., is one if the unique buildings that is part of the Ballard Avenue Landmark District. Nearby, a large condominium with a … more

Photo: Andy Rogers, Seattle Post-Intelligencer


Andrew Knutzen of Seattle looks for the next hold while scaling a climbing wall at Stone Gardens in Ballard on Feb. 28, 2009.

Andrew Knutzen of Seattle looks for the next hold while scaling a climbing wall at Stone Gardens in Ballard on Feb. 28, 2009.

Photo: Dan DeLong, Seattle Post-Intelligencer


Fun times on the rope swing end the festivities Saturday night at the monthly nudist swim as Bill Haynal of Tacoma takes the last splash into the Ballard Pool on May 11, 2008.

Fun times on the rope swing end the festivities Saturday night at the monthly nudist swim as Bill Haynal of Tacoma takes the last splash into the Ballard Pool on May 11, 2008.

Photo: Julie Graber/Special To The Post-Intelligencer


Monica Guzman and Jacob Sayles ride on a tandem bicycle through Ballard.

Monica Guzman and Jacob Sayles ride on a tandem bicycle through Ballard.

Photo: Joshua Trujillo/seattlepi.com



Grazing Rainiers hold their pose outside King’s Hardware bar in Ballard as a new Rainier Beer R visits Seattle neighborhood bars. The nearly 12-foot tall sign was traveling in advance of its installation on top of the old Rainier Brewery in SoDo. The R will replace the Tully’s green T that was previously on the building. Photographed on Tuesday, October 22, 2013. less
Grazing Rainiers hold their pose outside King’s Hardware bar in Ballard as a new Rainier Beer R visits Seattle neighborhood bars. The nearly 12-foot tall sign was traveling in advance of its installation on top … more

Photo: JOSHUA TRUJILLO, SEATTLEPI.COM


The large lock at the Ballard Locks are drained for annual maintenance, Friday, Nov. 17, 2017.

The large lock at the Ballard Locks are drained for annual maintenance, Friday, Nov. 17, 2017.

Photo: GRANT HINDSLEY, SEATTLEPI.COM


A Tesla drives past a homeless encampment under the south end of the Ballard Bridge, March 1, 2017. The city announced plans this week to clear the camp away. About six people are still living at the camp. (Genna Martin, seattlepi.com)

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A Tesla drives past a homeless encampment under the south end of the Ballard Bridge, March 1, 2017. The city announced plans this week to clear the camp away. About six people are still living at the camp.

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Blue North’s guests hang on the bridge during a tour of the F/V Blue North following the christening ceremony at Fishermen’s Terminal on Friday, Sept. 9, 2016.

Blue North’s guests hang on the bridge during a tour of the F/V Blue North following the christening ceremony at Fishermen’s Terminal on Friday, Sept. 9, 2016.

Photo: GRANT HINDSLEY, SEATTLEPI.COM



A small one-bedroom 1900 house neighbors a modern townhouse complex, built in 2013, on NW 63rd Avenue in Ballard. (Genna Martin, seattlepi.com)

A small one-bedroom 1900 house neighbors a modern townhouse complex, built in 2013, on NW 63rd Avenue in Ballard. (Genna Martin, seattlepi.com)

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Ships pass under the Fremont Bridge during the Parade of Historic Fishing Schooners Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014, beginning at Fishermen’s Terminal and concluding at MOHAI in Seattle. The eight-boat parade consisted only of operational historic wooden fishing schooners – some more than 100 years old – responsible for seafood on dinner tables nationwide. less
Ships pass under the Fremont Bridge during the Parade of Historic Fishing Schooners Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014, beginning at Fishermen’s Terminal and concluding at MOHAI in Seattle. The eight-boat parade consisted … more

Photo: JORDAN STEAD, SEATTLEPI.COM


Scenes from the annual Point83 cyclist club Christmas tree burn, Thursday, Jan. 11, 2017 at Golden Gardens Beach Park. Participants bring their trees to the inferno, most via bicycle. The bonfire has become an annual tradition over the past decade. less
Scenes from the annual Point83 cyclist club Christmas tree burn, Thursday, Jan. 11, 2017 at Golden Gardens Beach Park. Participants bring their trees to the inferno, most via bicycle. The bonfire has become an … more

Photo: GENNA MARTIN, SEATTLEPI.COM


Seattle artist Matt Bazemore paints a scene at Golden Gardens Park of the shoreline and ominous sky on a blustery fall day. Bazemore began this painting in the spring, but didn’t like the sky, so it sat in his studio for about five months until he was inspired to go back for a more compelling sky. The title of the painting is “Sun breaks on Golden Gardens” If you want to see more of Bazemore’s work, it’s being shown at the Dandelion Botanical Co. at 5424 Ballard Ave. N.W. in Seattle until Nov. 10. less
Seattle artist Matt Bazemore paints a scene at Golden Gardens Park of the shoreline and ominous sky on a blustery fall day. Bazemore began this painting in the spring, but didn’t like the sky, so it sat in his … more

Photo: Scott Eklund, Seattle Post-Intelligencer



Lynn Johanson stands in the doorway of the former home of Edith Macefield as the house goes up for sale on Tuesday, March 31, 2015 in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood.

Lynn Johanson stands in the doorway of the former home of Edith Macefield as the house goes up for sale on Tuesday, March 31, 2015 in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood.

Photo: JOSHUA TRUJILLO, SEATTLEPI.COM


Assistant brewer Josh Yoker checks the wort for the Beardless Brewer Red at Lucky Envelope Brewing in Ballard on Tuesday, March 28, 2017.

Assistant brewer Josh Yoker checks the wort for the Beardless Brewer Red at Lucky Envelope Brewing in Ballard on Tuesday, March 28, 2017.

Photo: GRANT HINDSLEY, SEATTLEPI.COM


The People’s Pub on Ballard Ave NW before its closing in August, seen on Saturday, July 22, 2017.

The People’s Pub on Ballard Ave NW before its closing in August, seen on Saturday, July 22, 2017.

Photo: GRANT HINDSLEY, SEATTLEPI.COM


The Ballard High School band is reflected in a window with a hanging Norwegian flag during the Syttende Mai parade, Wednesday, May 17, 2017. The annual parade celebrates Norway’s Constitution Day and Ballard’s roots. less
The Ballard High School band is reflected in a window with a hanging Norwegian flag during the Syttende Mai parade, Wednesday, May 17, 2017. The annual parade celebrates Norway’s Constitution Day and Ballard’s … more

Photo: GRANT HINDSLEY, SEATTLEPI.COM


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