Our fine art book, J. S. White, Our First Architect: His Surviving Structures from 19th-Century Snohomish, features essays by local historian Warner Blake (Early Snohomish, Snohomish: Then and Now), and color portraits by Seattle photographer Otto Greule. White left nothing behind except his buildings, so I combed through newspapers of the time to discover White’s story and identify his structures. Generously illustrated with over 60 historic photographs.
Produced by Seattle’s Lucia|Marquand and published by the People of Snohomish and Friends in 2017.
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