A gigantic map of all the cool plaques in the world. A project of 99% Invisible. Logo by Chop Shop

Earl Layman Street Clock

Originally the Young's Credit Jewelers Clock c. 1907 located at 4th and Pike. Donated to Historic Seattle by the Dean Black family. Placed here in dedication to Earl Drais Layman City of Seattle Historic Preservation Officer 1974 - 1982, in appreciation for his tireless efforts on behalf of Pioneer Square.

DONORS

Allied Arts, Ralph D. Anderson, Allen F. Black, Barbara Buck Block Foundation, Kay Bullitt, Marvin Burke, Peggy Corley, Shirley Courtois, Ted Hoppin, Louise Dewey, Roberta Deering, Theodore Lane, Gary Gaffner, Ben Masin, Pioneer Square Association, Harriet Sherburne, Grant Jones, Bill Valley, Richard H. White, Earl Seaman, T. D. Simson, Olson-Walker [Architects]

A project of Historic Seattle 1984

Nearby Plaques On Google Maps