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COURTESY OF LAWTON GOWEY
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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Built for show, sacred and otherwise

THEN: The Seattle Unitarians’ first church, here on Seventh Avenue, was dedicated in 1889. After they moved to Capitol Hill, this building was used for a great variety of events, including a concert hall for the Ladies Musical Club and a venue for political events, such as anarchist Emma Goldman’s visit to Seattle in 1910.