Take a virtual tour through the sights of Bruce Lee's time in Seattle.
1122 Jefferson St, Seattle WA 98104.
Bruce lived with the Chow's and worked as a busboy when he first moved to Seattle. One of Bruce's early training locations, the first of what could loosely be called a "school", was in a First Hill parking garage across the street from Ruby Chow's. The restaurant, originally located on this corner, has long been demolished, and the First Hill parking garage is now part of the Swedish Hospital Complex.
400 Broad St, Seattle, WA 98109.
On their first date on October 25th, 1963, Bruce gave Linda a tiny troll doll with long pink hair tied back into a ponytail. He said, "This reminds me of you when you come to the Student Union building after swimming." From then on the pair were smitten with each other, and married the following year.
The "Bruce Lee's Seattle" exhibit was curated by the Bruce Lee Foundation, using Google Streetview.
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Reference Material: "Bruce Lee: Evolution of a Martial Artist" by Tommy Gong.
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