Location: 123 Cushing St. NW
Local Register

seeley mcintyreJoseph McIntyre home around 1900, photograph courtesy of Washington State Historical Society seeley mcintyre

McIntyre home today (2012), Photograph courtesy of Deb Ross

The McIntyre home is one of the best preserved and restored homes in Westside Olympia. It was built by or for Joseph McIntyre, a carpenter who arrived in Olympia in around 1890. His daughter Nellie married Methodist minister Clarence Seely, a graduate of the Olympia Collegiate Institute. This home is on the local register and currently (2021) operated as a Bed &  Breakfast.

Links to more information:

Washington State Historical Society (enter the following catalog numbers in Collections Search box): 1998.113.2, 1998.113.1, C1964.

Olympia Heritage inventory

Marie B&B website, accessed March 2022

For more information on the McIntyre and Seely families, see the Residents section of this website.

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