“Researching the history of the architecture in small towns like Snohomish is often an impossible task. Early cities and towns had little or no requirements for building permits, early architects’ records are typically nonexistent, and other information, if it exists, can be extremely difficult to dig up. Thus it is quite unusual that we have a new book that documents and illustrates the work of pioneer Snohomish architect and builder John S. White (1845–1920).

(UW Professor Jeffrey Karl Ochsner’s essay is no longer available online.)
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Regie Routman
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Nancy Finelli
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Peg & Jeff Cox
Washington Trust for Historic Preservation