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April 9, 2014 at 2:14 PM

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Postcards from the past: No place to hide, 1969


VIC CONDIOTTY / SEATTLE TIMES ARCHIVE

No place to hide. The lady in the middle seemed to have been spotted despite her svelte pelt coat. She is Mrs. Bert Klineberger, the wife of the owner of Jonas Brothers of Seattle, a Capitol Hill taxidermy firm. The 17 mounted animals and prepared hides awaited shipment to clients.

Postcards from the past is an occasional feature, highlighting images from The Seattle Times historical archive.

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