This month Pike Place Market turns 110 years old. This archival footage shows some rare shots of the market during its second decade, when the market’s buildings were owned and maintained by Arthur Goodwin, who took over after his uncle Frank Goodwin retired. Frank Goodwin oversaw the original building operated at Pike Place Market, which today comprises the main market hall building underneath the famous neon sign.

 

 

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