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The Bridges of Fall City
Some classic Fall City bridge photos were added to our collection in 2015. The "eras" of Fall City are closely connected to how one got across the Snoqualmie River. First came dugout canoes, then the river-powered ferry, followed by a series of three distinctive bridges. The "crossroads" personality of Fall City came from being located at this vital river crossing.
Ongoing Historic signs project
We're nearing completion on the first of a series of historic signs for the downtown Fall City area. In 2015, partly funded by a KC Heritage 4Culture grant, we've developed a template for the signs and will complete signs for the two Fall City buildings which are included in the National Register of Places: the Masonic Hall and the Neighbor-Bennett house.
Our thanks to all who have made donations to help fund our ongoing work. We appreciate your support.
2015: Focus on Collections
Our major focus for the coming year will be making the remainder of our collection items available online. Over 800 items, with emphasis on school photos, are already online (click here to access Online Collections)
and by the end of 2015 we hope to add another 1800. A grant from Heritage 4Culture will help support this considerable task.
Welcome to the new Fall City Historical Society website
… a work in progress! We will be adding materials over the coming months, so check back often. The About Us
tab will give you background on our work. The slide show above gives some glimpses of our work over the years. To see some of the favorite historical photos in our collection, go to our Photo Collection
Thank you to all of our donors and members for supporting our work.
Fall City is featured in KCTV’s
Scenic Small Town Series:
Find out why residents say,
"If you're lucky enough to live in Fall City. You're lucky Enough."
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