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King County Archives

The mission of the King County Archives is to serve the public and agencies of King County by collecting, preserving, holding in trust, and facilitating access to County records of enduring historical value that document its land, people, culture, and governance. Through their service, they strive to foster appreciation and understanding of King County’s origins and continuing history.



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King County Archives
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1979 interview with artist Beverly Pepper for King County symposium, Earthworks:  Land Reclamation as Sculpture.  The artist describes her design for an earthwork at the polluted site, the Montlake Landfill in the northeast section of University of Washington campus in Seattle.  For history of the Earthworks symposium, see:  www.kingcounty.gov/depts/records-licensing/archives/exhibits/earthworks
Topics: public art, environment, Earthworks, Beverly Pepper, King County Arts Commission
King County Archives
by King County Arts Commission Earthworks Symposium
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Robert Morris delivering keynote address at Earthworks Symposium at University of Washington, Kane Hall. See http://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/records-licensing/archives/exhibits/earthworks.aspx#RobertMorris
Topics: King County Archives, Earthworks, Robert Morris, King County Arts Commission
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King County Archives, Series 400, Box 194, Department of Transportation Roads Services Division Photograph and moving image files. Produced for the Department of Public Works by One Bounce Productions.
Topics: King County Archives, King County Department of Public Works, women workers
King County Archives
by Carmon Film Productions, with the King County Department of Public Works Sanitary Operations Division, the Bureau of Solid Waste Management, and the United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare
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Digitized copy of VHS transfer of original 16mm film produced in 1966 by Carmon Film Productions, with the King County Department of Public Works Sanitary Operations Division, the Bureau of Solid Waste Management, and the United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Original title: Waste Away.
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King County Archives
by King County Department of Stadium Administration
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Outtake from Kingdome 5th Anniversary video (from VHS), presented by the King County Department of Stadium Administration. King County Archives Series 1423 Office of Information Resource Management, photographs, audio/visual material, box 27.
Topics: Kingdome, King County Department of Stadium Administration, King County Archives, Seattle
King County Archives
by King County Arts Commission Earthworks Symposium
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An excerpt from an interview with Dennis Oppenheim at the Magnuson Park site. For the 1979 Earthworks Symposium, Dennis Oppenheim created a design to reclaim a distressed area at the City of Seattle’s new Warren G. Magnuson Park at the former Sand Point Naval Air Station. See http://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/records-licensing/archives/exhibits/earthworks.aspx#Oppenheim
Topics: King County Archives, Earthworks, Dennis Oppenheim, King County Arts Commission
King County Archives
by King County Arts Commission Earthworks Symposium
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An excerpt from an interview with Dennis Oppenheim at the Magnuson Park site. For the 1979 Earthworks Symposium, Dennis Oppenheim created a design to reclaim a distressed area at the City of Seattle’s new Warren G. Magnuson Park at the former Sand Point Naval Air Station. See http://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/records-licensing/archives/exhibits/earthworks.aspx#Oppenheim
Topics: King County Archives, Earthworks, Dennis Oppenheim, King County Arts Commission
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Nancy Rosen interviews artist Richard Fleischner discusses his proposal to create an earthwork (which includes a residential apartment complex) from the Lakeside mine site. His proposal involves the mining company constructing the design as they excavate. The proposal is part of King County's 1979 Earthworks Symposium. See http://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/records-licensing/archives/exhibits/earthworks.
Topics: King County Archives, Earthworks, Richard Fleischner, King County Arts Commission
King County Archives
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An excerpt from interview with artist Lawrence Hanson at the Snoqualmie Pit site for the Earthworks Symposium. See http://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/records-licensing/archives/exhibits/earthworks.aspx#Hanson
Topics: King County Archives, public art, Earthworks, Lawrence Hanson, King County Arts Commission
King County Archives
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Nancy Rosen interviews artist Richard Fleischner discusses his proposal to create an earthwork (which includes a residential apartment complex) from the Lakeside mine site.  His proposal involves the mining company constructing the design as they excavate.  The proposal is part of King County's 1979 Earthworks Symposium.  See http://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/records-licensing/archives/exhibits/earthworks.
Topics: King County Archives, public art, Earthworks, Richard Fleischner, King County Arts Commission
King County Archives
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Nancy Rosen interviews artist Richard Fleischner discusses his proposal to create an earthwork (which includes a residential apartment complex) from the Lakeside mine site.  His proposal involves the mining company constructing the design as they excavate. The proposal is part of King County's 1979 Earthworks Symposium. See http://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/records-licensing/archives/exhibits/earthworks.
Topics: King County Archives, Earthworks, Richard Fleischner, King County Arts Commission
King County Archives
by King County Arts Commission Earthworks Symposium
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1979 interview with artist Beverly Pepper for King County symposium, Earthworks:  Land Reclamation as Sculpture.  The artist describes her design for an earthwork at the polluted site, the Montlake Landfill in the northeast section of University of Washington campus in Seattle.  For history of the Earthworks symposium, see:  www.kingcounty.gov/depts/records-licensing/archives/exhibits/earthworks
Topics: King County Archives, public art, environment, Earthworks, Beverly Pepper, King County Arts...
King County Archives
by King County Archives
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Clip from "King County #1: Women in the Trades - Mary," 1990. Original: Sony Betacam videocassette. King County Archives Series 400 Department of Public Works photograph and moving image files.
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King County Archives
by King County Arts Commission Earthworks Symposium
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An excerpt from interview with artist Lawrence Hanson at the Snoqualmie Pit site for the Earthworks Symposium. See http://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/records-licensing/archives/exhibits/earthworks.aspx#Hanson
Topics: King County Archives, Earthworks, Lawrence Hanson, King County Arts Commission