In 1893, famed fish merchants Ainsworth and Dunns Seattle Fish Company was located at the foot of Seneca Street, where the partners also handled hay grain and feed. Ainsworth & Dunn built today's Pier 59, originally called the Pike Street Wharf, before relocating to Pier 70 in 1901. The first primary tenant for the new Pike Street Wharf was the hay and grain dealer Willis Wilbur Robinson. Robinson was born in Kansas in 1871 and moved to Mount Vernon in 1890, where he had success as a farmer and learned the wholesale trade in hay and feed.
A NOTE ABOUT THE PRINTS
All of our Giclee prints on both paper and canvas are printed on superior quality, acid free archival stock with pigmented inks for archival longevity. Furthermore, all of our prints come with an unconditional 30 day money back guarantee. If for any reason you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, simply return the undamaged item to us for a full refund.