Now available, a 20/30-minute slideshow talk by Warner Blake outlining in chronological order his discovery of the White Building hiding in plain sight within the pages of The Eye, Snohomish 19th-century newspaper of record.

Located at the corner of First and Avenue A, currently the home of The Repp, the White building was misidentified in 1973 as the Princess Theater Building in the application process establishing our Downtown Historic District. A story told in Warner’s book J. S. White: Our First Architect.

“Discovering the White Building Hiding in Plain Sight”
was first given at the 66th Annual Pacific Northwest History Conference in Spokane on October 14, 2017.

There is no fee for the presentation, only that Warner be allowed to offer his books at the event for purchase and signing.

Please contact Warner directly with your questions at 206.914.4075 or at [email protected].

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  • April 14, 2018 | 2-3p | Everett Public Library Auditorium