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Port Angeles Historic Property Survey

Were you ever curious about the history of the old buildings in downtown Port Angeles? Well, in April 2000, a study of the downtown area was made which lists virtually all of the buildings between Railroad Avenue and First Street, and between Lincoln and Oak Streets. Following are scanned segments of the study. See what you find of interest. Follow up on your interest with a visit to the Historical Society Research Library, where you can find photos of the buildings and people who were related to them, and the businesses that were conducted there.

pdfPart_1--Port_Angeles_Historic_Property_Survey_Report.pdf

pdfPart_2--Listing_of_Inventoried_Resources_by_Address.pdf

pdfPart_3--Port_Angeles_Historic_Survey_Maps.pdf

pdfPart_4--100_Block_East_First_Street.pdf

pdfPart_5--100_Block_West_First_Street.pdf

pdfPart_6--200_Block_West_First_Street.pdf

pdfPart_7--300_Block_West_First_Street.pdf

pdfPart_8--100_Block_East_Front_Street.pdf

pdfPart_9--200_Block_East_Front_Street.pdf

pdfPart_10--100_Block_West_Front__North_Laurel_Streets.pdf

pdfPart_11--North_Laurel_and_Lincoln_Streets.pdf

pdfPart_12--North_Oak_Street_and_Railroad_Ave.pdf

NOTE: If you don't immediately find a particular location that you a looking for, check sections of the report for the adjacent areas as the addresses, particularly of corner lots, may be found where you might not expect to find them.

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