When Alice Lord arrived to Seattle from New York around 1892, she and her husband were joining the flood of newcomers drawn to the western boomtown.
How the future of women in the workplace was shaped in Puget Sound
A leader in battles against poverty, for temperance.
The times of Louise Olivereau, Seattle’s World War I radical
In July 1946, June and Farrar Burn check over the chart of the San Juan Islands, planning their summer trip.
From top: A path at St. Edwards State Park, just feet from Juanita Drive; a residential view of Lake Washington from Juanita Drive; back home.
From top: The view east across Lake Washington from Seattle at Interstate 90 (right), with Bellevue in the distance (upper left); Foster Island in the Arboretum; and the view looking up Sammamish S
From top: The lovely path north of Seward Park in Seattle, right along Lake Washington; the Boeing plant in Renton, seen from across the lake; new construction sweeps away old industrial artifacts