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    YESLER-BUILDING
    • ZD-4075
      The Yesler Building, on a triangular site between 5th Avenue, James and Terrace Streets, was Seattle's City Hall from 1909 to 1916. After that time it housed the Police, Fire and Health departments, and was called the Public Safety Building. After the new Public Safety Building was completed in 1951, the Yesler building stayed in City ownership for a few years. Since then parts of the building have been leased as City offices from time to time.
    • uf     PUBLIC-SAFETY-BUILDING-OLD
    • bt     OFFICE-FACILITIES
    • rt     CITY-HALL

Thesaurus relationships:
bt     broader term
nt     narrower term
rt     related term
uf     use for
use   use this term instead
srt   synonymous related term
abr   abbreviation
af     abbreviation for

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