Committee of 33.

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Seattle women's organization dedicated to the enhancement and beautification of the City of Seattle. Founded in 1968 by Anne Gould Hauberg (daughter of architect Carl F. Gould), Anne Robinson, and Jacquetta Blanchett Freeman, and incorporated in 1978 as a non-profit corporation, the Committee is limited to 33 active members. Committee meets monthly to investigate and discuss possible civic projects. Committee projects include installation of a Haida totem pole next to the Montlake ship canal, renovation of the Prefontaine Place Fountain in 1970, landscaping the South Lake Union Park, and funding the Seattle Art Museum banners on University Street.

From the description of Committee of 33 records, 1968-2004. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 58810788

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creatorOf Committee of 33. Committee of 33 records, 1968-2004. University of Washington Libraries
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associatedWith Freeman, Jacquetta. person
associatedWith Hauberg, Anne Gould. person
associatedWith Robinson, Anne Grosvener. person
Place Name Admin Code Country
Washington (State)--Seattle
Subject
Civic improvement--Societies, etc
Women civic leaders
Urban beautification
Urban beautification--Societies, etc
Women civic leaders--Societies and clubs
Civic improvement
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Function

Corporate Body

Active 1968

Active 2004

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