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Name Majestic Hotel

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Image of 2006.030.019.A,B - Ticket, Admission

2006.030.019.A,B - Ticket, Admission

Burl Ives gave a concert to benefit Pediatric Services at Island Hospital on April 6, 1991 at Brodniak Hall in Anacortes. This ticket entitled the holder to preferred seating and entrance to the reception at the Majestic Inn. "Burl Ives is America's most beloved singer of folk songs. He has sung America high, wide, low and long...In his songs, he has made American history and legend shine like stars." - Horace Reynolds The Christian Science Monitor Beloved by generations of children, theatergoers and movie buffs, Burl Ives devoted his life to collecting, preserving, enhancing and performing countless songs from America's folk-music heritage. "A vital people are a singing people,

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 6344.001-.002 - McNaught Building

WF 6344.001-.002 - McNaught Building

McNaught Building. Two (2) views of exterior of building. Structure was built by James McNaught in the spring of 1890 at the corner of 8th and I Avenue. In the spring of 1904, R. L. Bradley, of the Anacortes Mercantile Company (AMC) purchased the building. The May 12, 1904 issue of the ANACORTES AMERICAN newspaper announced that AMC was ready to move the building, an effort that took the entire summer as movers rolled the McNaught on large timbers to Commercial Avenue. September 1, 1904 ANACORTES AMERICAN reported that the building was in its new location and ready for business [located at the northeast corner of Commercial and 5th Street]. Anacortes Mercantile Co. remained in the McNau

Image of WF 6031 - Opening of the Majestic Hotel

WF 6031 - Opening of the Majestic Hotel

Wallie [Jr] and Mary Ann [Ringwall] with their friend Betsy Bernard, at the entrance to the Majestic Inn at the northeast corner of 5th Street and Commercial Avenue [419 Commercial Avenue). The hotel had just opened for business the previous June and Wallie and Mary Ann were the first to stay there and sign the register.

Image of 2009.051.001.A,B,C - Majestic Hotel

2009.051.001.A,B,C - Majestic Hotel

Photograph of the Majestic Hotel (419 Commercial) as seen from the back (east side) is printed in three different tones, but is same photo. Photographs found on docent desk in Carnegie Gallery on October 27, 2009; the only note on them was: "Pictures from Jim Kurtz's collection".

Image of 2013.023.028 - Ives and Funk at Majestic

2013.023.028 - Ives and Funk at Majestic

During a function at the Majestic on April 6, 1991, Wallie Funk paused to talk with Dorothy and Burl Ives. Ives had given a concert at 3:00 p.m. at Brodniak Hall to benefit Pediatric Services at Island Hospital.