True grit: Alice Lord demanded respect for working women — and won
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.
In a time of world wars, June Burn forged a life of adventure and simplicity.
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...
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 on...