Postcard from Wright's Park Tacoma, Washington

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Beautifully printed postcard designed and published by Edward H. Mitchell, San Francisco, California around 1910. This beautiful postcard has an image of Wright's Park Tacoma, Washington and is over 85 years old. Sixth Avenue and I Street, Tacoma A leafy oasis just north of Tacoma's city center, historic Wright Park is laced with walking and jogging paths and shaded by a collection of more than 700 mature trees representing 100 species from around the world. The property for what is now Wright Park was donated to the City by Tacoma pioneer Charles B. Wright, President of the Tacoma Land Company, in 1886. One of the few landmark parks in Washington, Wright Park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.