To market, to market



In 1964, painter Mark Tobey wrote of Seattle urban renewal, "Old landmarks . . . are sacrificed to the urge to get somewhere in a hurry; when it is all over Progress reigns, queen of the hollow streets shadowed by monumental towers left behind by giants to whom the intimacy of living is of no importance."

Here, Victor Steinbrueckıs 1968 "Market Sketchbook" drawing supported retaining the marketıs human scale.
Photo Credit: Victor Steinbrueck/UW Special Coll.

Victor Steinbruck.
Photo Credit: Mary Randlett

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