There are two Historic Context Statements about Queen Anne. One covers the period to 1962. The second commissioned by the Queen Anne Historical Society covers the period from 1963 to 2012. It was funded by a generous grant from 4Culture.
Historical Context Statements are called out by the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Historic Preservation as the basic tool underpinning individual and historic district landmark nominations either to local registers or the National Register of Historic Places. …Continue reading “Historic Context Statements”
Designed by Charles Bebb and Louis Mendel, is one of Seattle’s largest and has both architectural and historic significance. The original owner, Harry Whitney Treat, came to Seattle around 1903 arriving, it is rumored, as the richest man in town. He was heavily involved in local business activities and real estate. His developments in North Seattle include Loyal Heights (named for his daughter), Sunset Hill and much of Blue Ridge. Treat built this 64-room house as his in-city retreat, at the tremendous 1905 cost of $101,000. …Continue reading “Harry W Treat House – 1 W Highland Dr”