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Clayton Kauzlaric
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Maker of stuff. Game designer.
Maker of stuff. Game designer.

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Beauty For All
The Tourist & Trade pictorial section of the Seattle Sunday Times on July 12, 1936 featured a few of the city's noteworthy vistas in an article titled "Beauty For All To Share." This shot looking north on Lake Washington Boulevard was an alternate to the on...
Beauty For All
Beauty For All
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A New/Old AYPE Poster
This is a "Then & Again" of a different stripe, though it still combines things from the past and the present. I've always been fascinated by the Alaska-Yukon Pacific Exposition, the elaborate fair hosted on the grounds of the present-day UW campus in 1909....
A New/Old AYPE Poster
A New/Old AYPE Poster
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Twitterpated!
It only took half a decade, but I finally started posting my cross-time pics on their very own Twitter feed. Feel free pay a visit and follow us there!  It's actually not a bad way to look through our library of images. Expect the entire run of Then & Again...
Twitterpated!
Twitterpated!
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Spanning The Years
  A recent eBay album purchase contained some great photos of Seattle in the early 1930s. The photographer was a woman from West Seattle who was not only a talented photographer, she was nice enough to date and annotate each picture carefully. Here we see t...
Spanning The Years
Spanning The Years
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Fire & Water
  Many Seattleites are familiar with the Great Seattle Fire of
1889, but other conflagrations have hit the city over the last century or so.
One of the biggest of these was the Belltown Fire on June 10, 1910. It started
near the waterfront and swept into do...
Fire & Water
Fire & Water
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Interurbanity
  A trolley car from The Puget Sound Electric Railway, better known as the Interurban,
parked at its Seattle terminus on Occidental Avenue in the early 20 th century (photo Lawton Gowey). The network of privately owned electric trolleys
carried passengers t...
Interurbanity
Interurbanity
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Mystery Album, Part One
    As I continue to make those cross-time images I've been relying less on Google Street View images and taking more of the "now" images myself. For the "then" pics I've been looking beyond the usual online archives and MOHAI for source material. I've been...
Mystery Album, Part One
Mystery Album, Part One
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Far, Far Away
Here's another picture from my home town, but a lot people who grew up in the 70s and 80s will relate to this. A friend sent me a photo of the marquee being demolished at Bremerton's historic Roxy Theater yesterday. Coincidentally, I photographed the once-g...
Far, Far Away
Far, Far Away
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Just Wild About Harry - POTUS 33 In Bremerton
After a year-long break, I'm back with some new/old photo composites -- This time venturing back to my home county. A recent eBay find netted some terrific snapshots of Harry S. Truman's visit to Bremerton, Washington on June 6th of 1948. This was the visit...

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Vince, Vince and More Vince
I'm really excited to tell everyone that I'm bringing back Voodoo Vince in a newly remastered version for Xbox One and PC! This has been brewing for a while. It took some time to sort out the logistics of doing this independently. The folks at Microsoft (wh...
Vince, Vince and More Vince
Vince, Vince and More Vince
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