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Name 1204 6th Street

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Image of 2015.038.002 - Brochure

2015.038.002 - Brochure

The Anacortes Woman's Club held a Tour of Homes on Sunday afternoon, May 21, 1967. The homes included were: Diller (built by Captain John Matheson) - 1201 5th Street Glen Dillon - 3811 Terrace Drive Jack Hinshaw - 3801 Terrace Drive Edward S. Martyr - 3815 Terrace Drive Mike Kilpatrick - 1204 Sixth Street William Bessner - 804 K Avenue Don McKee - 200 Curtis Drive T. W. Turner - 719 W Avenue Photos of each house include one outside and one inside view.

Image of 2017.024.081 - Pamphlet

2017.024.081 - Pamphlet

A Historic Homes and Inns tour was sponsored by Friends of the Anacortes Museum on May 14, 1995. Stops included: Anacortes Museum: Carnegie Gallery 1519 12th Street 1613 7th Street 1210 6th Street 1204 6th Street Majestic Hotel 902 7th Street W. T. Preston Nantucket Inn

Image of WF 0217.A,B - McTaggert House

WF 0217.A,B - McTaggert House

The McTaggert house at 1204 6th Street on the NW corner of 6th and N was built by Edward McTaggert for his family in 1891. On 2-12-1891, the ANACORTES AMERICAN reported, "Mr. E. McTaggert of Samish is building a very pretty residence at the corner of N and 6th. It is being erected for his own occupancy, he having decided to locate in Anacortes permanently, and will cost when complete $3000." McTaggert, the founder of Edison, had deep ties in the pioneer society of the late 1800s. He married Mollies Judson in 1878 (daughter of the founder of Lynden, Holden and Phoebe Judson). McTaggert served as timber inspector in the Skagit country from 1879 on, and was appointed by seven consecutive governo

Image of WF 0838 - Funk home, 1204 6th

WF 0838 - Funk home, 1204 6th

Barbara and Valentine Funk purchased this home in 1903. Barbara Funk stands in front of the house at 1204 6th Street; it may be her daughter, Louise, standing to her left. The house was built by Edward McTaggert for his family in 1891. The 2-12-1891, ANACORTES AMERICAN reported, "Mr. E. McTaggert of Samish is building a very pretty residence at the corner of N and 6th. It is being erected for his own occupancy, he having decided to locate in Anacortes permanently, and will cost when complete $3000." McTaggert, the founder of Edison, had deep ties in the pioneer society of the late 1800s. He married Mollie Judson in 1878, who was the daughter of the founder of Lynden, Holden and Phoebe Judson

Image of WF 0839 -

WF 0839 -

Barbara Funk (1865-1947) and her eldest child, Wallie Valentine Funk [Sr.] (1892-1955), in front of the family home at 1204 6th Street. Wallie had just return from service in Europe during World War I. Barbara and Valentine Funk purchased this home in 1903.The house was built by Edward McTaggert for his family in 1891. The 2-12-1891 ANACORTES AMERICAN reported, "Mr. E. McTaggert of Samish is building a very pretty residence at the corner of N and 6th. It is being erected for his own occupancy, he having decided to locate in Anacortes permanently, and will cost when complete $3000." McTaggert, the founder of Edison, had deep ties in the pioneer society of the late 1800s. He married Mollie J

Image of WF 0874 - Louise Funk Mackin

WF 0874 - Louise Funk Mackin

Louise Funk was born in Anacortes on 8-8-1903 to Valentine and Barbara Funk. She married Walter Mackin in 1933. The 1937 city directory listed him as the bookkeeper for Anacortes Lumber Company, and they lived at 1204 6th St. In 1943, the Mackins moved to Portland, Oregon. Valentine Funk moved to join them following the death of his wife, Barbara, in 1947. Louise Funk Mackin died on 8-5-1996 at the age of 92 in Lynnwood, survived by her children Walter Mackin and Marilyn Mackin West. This photo shows her standing on the rail of the family home at 1204 6th St.

Image of fic.0658.029 - 1204 6th Street, 1965

fic.0658.029 - 1204 6th Street, 1965

Photo of home at 1204 6th Street, Anacortes. Comparable sale 72, grantor Louise Mackin and Walter Mackin to F.M. Kilpatrick and Sally D. Kilpatrick, January 4, 1963. 1,304 square feet, built 1900. Valuation $6,150. Photo is part of Appraisal Report of City of Anacortes Urban Renewal Project, dated July 15, 1965, prepared for the City of Anacortes by Fred W. Darnell Co. Realtors, Seattle, Wash. (although some photos are dated from later months). Binder includes photos and information, on onion skin paper, typewritten. Black and white photos include renewal area properties and real estate comparables from throughout Anacortes. NOTE: Original photos/postcards replaced by copies in black