Fall City Day, June 11th
Wet but fun! See more
For our Fall City Day display, Whatcom Museum in Bellingham was kind enough to share with us many wonderful Darius Kinsey photos of early logging (such as the one to the right). If you missed the display, you'll have another chance to enjoy some of these photos in our 2017 Fall City Calendar, coming out in October.
Click on photo for larger size.
Ongoing Historic signs project
The signs for the two Fall City buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings...the Neighbor-Bennett House and the Falls City Masonic Hall, both located on 337th Pl SE… are now in hand and the Neighbor-Bennett sign has been installed, as shown on the left. Our thanks to 4Culture/King County Lodging Tax Fund
for supporting initial part of the project.
Did you know that the block between 335th and 336th SE and SE 43rd and 44th was the school grounds for the White School (1890-1900) and the Brown School (1900-1915)? Design for a large sign about this school block, as well as the schools before 1890, is almost complete. Funding for this sign will be provided by a King County Community Service Area grant.
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generously designed by Dave Gershman and funded by a grant from the Snoqualmie Valley Rotary.
Online Collections expanded
We chose early on to use the industry standard PastPerfect cataloging software to catalog and access our collections. Thanks in part to a grant from Heritage 4Culture we have recently upgraded to PastPerfect 5.0 and the improved version of PastPerfect Online. Over 90% of our collection records are now accessible online and new acquisitions will be added as they are received. Our online data and images will now also be indexed to the Google database. All links from this website will now take you to the new Online site. Check it out
and let us know what you think!
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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