- Photograph of the F. S. Harmon Manufacturing Company building in Tacoma, as viewed at a distance from a low-angle. A road stretches through the foreground on an upward angle from right to left. On the far side of the road, at left, a car is parked. It is viewed at an angle from the side and the rear, facing left. Shrubbery blankets a slope that rises up from the far side of the road and spans the image in the near distance. At the top of the slope, trees stand in a row. Beyond the trees, left-of-center, the F. S. Harmon building stands. It is viewed from a low angle and is partially obscured by the trees. The building is viewed at an angle from the front and the side. Over the topmost floor's windows, "F. S. HARMON MFG. CO.," is scrolled across the building. Signage painted on the side of the building reads, "F. S. HARMON MFG. CO. FURN[ITUR]E." In the distance at left, another building stands further back from the Harmon building. Two water towers stand atop its roof.
- July 2, 1947
- Resource Type:
- still image
- West, H. H. (Henry Hebard), 1872-1958
West (H. H.) Collection
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