Thanks to the quarantine, you, like our archivist, may now have some time to try out some of Issaquah’s vintage recipes. Click here to try out Vic’s Cream Muffins!
Carl “Al” Albert Larson’s life was were interwoven into the fabric of the coal mining community.
A knife found during building maintenance turns out to be a Native American artifact.
In 1918, an influenza pandemic infected more than 500 million people worldwide.
In Summer 1919, Mr. Fred S. Tibbetts and his wife, Elnora Polley Tibbetts (most often called Nora), set out on a cross-country road trip to visit Fred’s father and mother. Traveling to Florida along with Fred and Nora Tibbetts were their children George, age 15, and Mildred, age 12. After their arrival in Florida, Nora wrote a letter home that was excerpted in the Issaquah Press on January 2, for the benefit of the community.
Thanks to a generous grant from 4Culture, we were able to restore unique hobo graffiti at the Issaquah Depot!
Thanks to a generous donation from local philanthropist Skip Rowley, of Rowley Properties, the full archives of The Issaquah Press are now available online! Click to explore.
Assist with events like our Hands-On History Days, Heritage Day, and other events.
Office Assistant Volunteers help with the daily running of our organization. Tasks might include filing, collating binders, entering data into spreadsheets, or other administrative tasks.
Hike assistants works with the hike leader to provide support during the hike of a group of participants on coal mining and logging hikes around Issaquah. Responsibilities include taking pictures, distributing evaluations, making sure that hike participants are staying with the group.
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