Temple of Justice, Steven's Home, Governor's Mansion in Olympia Washington; views from SS Potlatch steam ferry in Hood Canal
Olympia Washington USA Date:1917 Duration:2 min 21 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Various landmarks in and near Olympia Washington, in Thurston County Washington, United States. Temple of Justice building (seen in brick as originally constructed). A man walking outside the home of the first Governor of Washington, Isaac Stevens, located on Capitol Way and Eleventh Street in Olympia Washington, and originally constructed around 1856. The home is in a dilapidated state and partially boarded up. View of the exterior of the Washington State Governor's Mansion in Olympia. A wooden wagon frame parked on the lawn. A car leaving from the covered portico on the driveway at the executive mansion. Scene changes to dock at Hood Canal as passengers board the S.S. Potlatch ferry steam ship. Views from the S.S. Potlatch underway in Hood Canal. A man looks over the edge of the tour ship. Wooded shoreline along areas of Hood Canal. Women and children on the deck of the ship. The ship stops at dock at Brinnon to offload passengers, and then continue on. The ship stops at Seabeck summer resort area. View from behind a young girl on the ship as it docks at Seabeck and people on dock greet the ship.
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