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Bothell, Wa  98041
 

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             CONTRIBUTORS

 

               

Bothell Historical Museum

 The Bothell Historical Museum Society was formed in 1967 and is made up of all volunteer members who support a non-profit, local effort to preserve the history of the Northshore area.

 

                

             King County Lodging Tax

Advancing Community through Culture

 

 

Thanks to the following Individuals for their contributions:

 

  • The Aagaard family
  • Ellen Carnwath sponsored the year 1918 in memory of her mother
    Eleanor Grace Earnest Carnwath, born 1918, in Bothell, Washington
  • Susan Cleva in honor of Jeanette Backstrom for her many years of volunteering.
  • Sue Kienast
  • Joyce Stewart
  • Judy and Bill Moritz
  • Margaret Turcott

 

                            ORGANIZATIONS

 

  • Bothell Branch, King County Library Systems (KCLS)
  • Kenmore Heritage Society
  • Woodinville Heritage Society

 

                              COMMITTEE

 

Margaret Turcott,

   BHM Board Member

Mary Comstock,

   KCLS

Terri Malinowski ,

   BHM Volunteer

Rochelle Gaither,

   KCLS

Pat Pierce,

   BHM Board Member

 

Myra Van Vactor,

    Dean of the Library Media Center at Bellevue College

 

Diane Petrula,

   BHM Volunteer

 

Joyce Stewart

 

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