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Name 1613 7th Street

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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 D.II.244.002-.003 - Cora Allmond's cat in a tree

D.II.244.002-.003 - Cora Allmond's cat in a tree

Cora Allmond's cat in a tree in front of her home, 1613 7th St. The house was built by Mayor F.P. Hogan. Workingman's Foursquare style home can be seen across the street (north) with Guemes Channel visible in the background. .002 - cat is looking down .003 - cat is looking straight ahead

Image of 2005.093.009 - 1613 7th St. Captain Hogan's home

2005.093.009 - 1613 7th St. Captain Hogan's home

Photocopy of sepia print. Queen Anne style Victorian house at 1613 7th St., Old Town. It once belonged to Captain Frank V. Hogan. Anacortes Hotel is on the right. The house was built in 1891.

Image of WF 6452.001-.005 - Hogan Home - 1962

WF 6452.001-.005 - Hogan Home - 1962

Hogan Home - 1962. 1613 7th Street, Queen Anne style Victorian era house built by Capt. Frank V. Hogan, first mayor of Anacortes c.1890. Hogan was a realtor and businessman. Others to own home include: Douglass and Cora Allmond, George Unsoeld, Arnie Mustacich, George Sumptions, Ansel and Rebecca Hyland, Neil and Diane Pfundt. See photos in May 2, 1962 ANACORTES AMERICAN.

Image of 2015.059.140.001-.005 - Hogan House 1613 7th Street

2015.059.140.001-.005 - Hogan House 1613 7th Street

Queen Anne style Victorian era home at 1613 7th Street, originally home to Anacortes' first mayor, Capt. Frank V. Hogan.