Mashell Ave. early 40s

Mashell Ave around 1941
Mashell Ave around 1941

I believe this photo was taken in the early 40s because of the make of the trucks and also because the new Roxy (the one that stands today) was built in 1942.

This is one of the University of Washington’s photos, and if you’d like to see more, or order a print of it, you can click HERE.

Photo courtesy of UofW.

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12 thoughts on “Mashell Ave. early 40s”

  1. I keep looking at this picture, thinking I should post some great remark, but all I come up with is, I REALLY like this picture.

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