The most prominent and iconic library in downtown Seattle, the historic Old State Capitol building, is undergoing major renovations.
The Seattle Public Library has made the bold move to rename the building and build a new library there.
The decision is a huge step forward for the historic building that sits on a stretch of Seattle’s historic Capitol Hill.
But for many locals and tourists alike, the new name is still a bit jarring.
The Old State Library is the oldest surviving library in Seattle.
It’s been in the building for almost 100 years.
And while it’s been called the Washington State Capitol since 1877, the name “Capitol Library” dates back to 1862.
The city of Seattle is currently seeking public comment on the proposed name for the library, but is hoping for the public to sign a petition asking the city to change the name.
The Capitol Library has been named the “most important library” in the Seattle area since 1888, the Washington Department of Transportation says.
The building is located in the center of downtown, just south of the Capitol, on the northwest corner of Capitol Hill and South King Street.
The name Capitol Library was chosen because of its close proximity to the city’s oldest public library, the Seattle Public Museum, which was named the Capitol Library in 1911.
The library is home to the University of Washington and Seattle’s public library system.
The library’s dedication is a key part of the history of the building, said David Dennison, a member of the preservation team that works on the Capitol.
He said the name was chosen to represent the history and significance of the historic library.
The building is also a symbol of Seattle, said Dennion, who is also the city of Olympia’s library and museum commissioner.
It is the heart and soul of Seattle and the history, history, and history of Seattle as a place to learn, learn, and learn.
The new name, he said, will also be the best way to reflect the diversity of the library’s collection.
The old name is too generic, he added.
The name Capitol is a nod to the Capitol and State Capitol.
So we’re really just looking for the most appropriate name for this space.
We are trying to find a name that is a combination of all of the things that make the Capitol unique, he told The Seattle Times.