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Doc Freeman's was a marine supply store in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle, Washington, USA from 1947 until the demise of the business in 2003. Until 1999, Doc Freeman's was located at 999 N. Northlake Way on the north shore of Lake Union and the Lake Washington Ship Canal, nearly under the Aurora Bridge and near the Fremont Bridge.
The business was founded by O. H. "Doc" Freeman and was purchased from Freeman by employees Bob Braas and Pete Knudson in 1952. In 1985 the business was purchased by Pete Knudson's son Lee who ran the business until his death in 2002.
- Doc Freeman's hits bottom, Puget Sound Business Journal, May 29, 2003
- Doc Freeman's Moves Again, Seattle Press Online, November 1, 2001
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