Photo of Darrington train depot and Leland Hotel after the Big Snow of 1916, which covered Puget Sound with between two to four feet of snow. It's been named among the top 10 weather events of Washington in the 20th century.
The 1920 rustic pole shelter for the community pump in Langley, Washington, married beauty with utility. It could be built in any garden today.
For the last 3000-4000 years dogs have lived with humans. Not surprisingly photographs of them are included in the Historical Photo Collections of Sno-Isle Libraries. This post looks at some of them.
The British merchant ship King Robert ran aground near Bush Point, Whidbey Island, during World War II. Bush Point resident and leader Charles Farmer, a member of the S'Klallam Tribe and owner of a popular fishing resort, took this photo in 1944.
The Indian Shaker Church at Tulalip was built in 1924. The Church is on the National Register of Historic Places. It was rebuilt by the Tulalip Tribes government in 2008.
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