Unlike all the previous brochures in this series, this one actually has a date: 1-38. It is similar to the Portland brochure but with even more text: four pages are mostly text with small photos and one is all text, leaving enough room for only two full-page photos and one page with two photos.

Click image to download a 6.4-MB PDF of this brochure.

The front cover photo is boring. While the Portland brochure showed downtown Portland with Mt. Hood looming very large in the background, this brochure puts a photo of Seattle with Mt. Rainier in the background on the back cover.


Seattle — 1 Comment

  1. That’s kind of weird “travel” brochure. Sounds more like on from the Chamber of Commerce enticing you to move or open a business there. Given that storyline, the picture of the city and waterfront makes sense.That part about the climate is hilarious. There’s never been a case of sunstroke because you never see the sun. The climate is mild because it never gets warm, except when it’s blazing hot in fall.It’s a city where fog and drizzle are constant companions, except when there;s an ice storm and you can’t get anywhere because all the hills (of which there are hundreds) are covered in ice or, worse, ice an snow. I had the misfortune of having to spend a winter there a while ago. If you’re not suicidal before you get there, there’s a good chance you will be by the time you leave. 🙂

    Regards, Jim

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