Calling the Curious: Pay Phones and Preservation

They aren’t glamorous, and they’ve gone from utilitarian to unnecessary in a surprisingly short amount of time. Their decline in use came so quickly that you may not have noticed them disappearing from cultural landscapes across America. What am I talking about? The pay phone, of course! As of last week, I couldn’t have told you… Read More Calling the Curious: Pay Phones and Preservation

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St. Paul’s: The Space Needle’s Unlikely Companion

  The Space Needle, as the most readily-identifiable landmark in the Seattle skyline, is without a doubt the best-known structure created for the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair. Seattle Center served as the main stage for the World’s Fair and features dozen of other buildings and structures that were originally built for fair use. Among others,… Read More St. Paul’s: The Space Needle’s Unlikely Companion