Correction according to Polk Directory: 'Laurel Shade Road' appears to be in error. 'Laurel Shade' was the name of McGilvra's house. There was no road by that name. Including partial transcript of article in Seattle Times, August 16, 1933: ' The pioneer home of the late Judge John McGilvra, built in 1867 and one of the city's oldest landmarks was damaged by fire which swept its interior yesterday."..Situated on a grave at 15000 42nd Avenue N, the two story frame structure had pass into the hands of the late Mrs. Caroline McGilvra Burke, widow of Judge Thomas Burke, after Judge McGilvra's death.'
26.4 x 7.5 cm
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