Seattle Public Library is on the lookout for local insight on how they can best provide community access to their local culture and history collection.
The collection is comprised of unique and interesting items including old high school year books, original Canlis menus and original Edward Curtis photographs.
The library also created the Seattle Neighborhood History Project to archive important historical documents and photos from neighborhoods around Seattle. Check out the Ballard webpage here.
“Whether it’s capturing the history of Boeing or the history of the 12th Man, the Library is committed to collecting information and providing programming about what makes Seattle unique. It is a priority of ours to make it easy for people to access, study and experience the history and cultural heritage of our city,” writes organizers.
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