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Video project thanks contributors
The Milwaukee Railroad Documentary Video Project, sponsored
by the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Society, wishes to publicly thank the
following many donors and volunteers for their contributions.
They include the King County Landmarks and Heritage
Commission, Seattle; Washington Commission for the Humanities, Seattle; Casey
T. O'Neil Foundation, St. Paul, Minn.; H.R. Horvitz Family
Foundation, Bellevue; Wilderness Glass, Inc., North Bend; Optiva
Corp., Snoqualmie; Mil West Historical Association, Spokane;
Somerset Glass, North Bend; Sterling Savings, North Bend; the Snoqualmie
Valley Record; Mount Si Senior Center Family Oral History Workshop and
the Sno-Valley Senior Center Family Oral History Workshop.
Thanks also to Hap and Huntley Berg, Isabel L. Jones, Garnet M.
Paar and Dianne Guthrie of Carnation; Daniel P. Cartright, James R.
Ellis, Sadie Johnson and Ralph Ozura of Seattle; Dave Battey, Sue
Beauvais, Doris Falling Reynolds and Takako Wright of Snoqualmie; Judge
Kathryn J. DuFour, Gulfstream, Fla.; Maxine Meuller Dovenberg, Susan
Hankins, Cecil and Tina Geelhart, Alicia Gomes, Julia and Francis Hick,
John Martin, Anne McCarty, Dan Olah, Suze Rutherford, Richard
Schuller, Cliff Spooner, Caddy Swanson and Matt Walker of North Bend; Phil
and Judy Walker, Ojai, Calif.; Sister T.F. Halloran, CSSJ, Pasadena,
Calif.; Steve and Judy Walker, Jan Jose, Calif.; Bill Russ, Baltimore, Md.;
and France and Brian Harding, Clinton; Doug Nighswonger, Redmond;
Allen Miller, Snohomish.
Finally, our thanks go to Thorton Perry of Bellevue Community
College; Barbara Justice, Issaquah; Warren Wing, Tukwila; Dave
Sprau, Ravensdale; Rick Flores, Bellevue; Eileen S. Erickson, Edgewick;
Angie Herin and Julia Walker, Mount Si High School; Scott Porier, Snoqualmie
Valley School District No. 410 and Eileen and Jan Erickson, Tom Antone
and Valerie East.
The goal of the project is to produce a documentary video
recording the voice and image of those Valley people still alive who can tell us
what life was like along the tracks of the Milwaukee Road's Everett
Branch. Over 45 individual interviews are on the VHS videotape archived at
the museum in North Bend and are available to researchers.
Volunteers are still needed for this project and donations are always
welcome. Write to the Milwaukee RR Project at P.O. Box 2144, North
Bend, WA, 98045, or visit our Web site at