To a certain degree, city founder Amos Bowman is “upstaged” by his wife, Anna Curtis Bowman. Amos’s likeness is mounted on the side of the LensWorks building on 3rd Street … not a high traffic area. His wife’s likeness, on the other hand, is painted on the wall of the Wilson Building in downtown Anacortes, just across the street from the Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Information Center. It’s unlikely Amos would mind. After all, he named the community Anacortes … in honor of his wife.
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