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SEVERAL PEOPLE RECOGNIZED the August picture from the past as the East First building that once housed Port Angeles Recreation, which was home to a… Continue reading
SEVERAL PEOPLE RECOGNIZED the July picture from the past as Smock Music Center at 625 E. Front St. The building was built in 1929, but… Continue reading
SEVERAL PEOPLE RECOGNIZED the June picture from the past as the old Salvation Army building on Front Street near Lincoln Street. The old brick building… Continue reading
A FEW READERS recognized the Arctic Meat Market in the May photo of the month. The photo shows Arden Farms and the Arctic Meat Market… Continue reading
NO ONE RECOGNIZED the April Picture from the Past. There were several guesses that it might be Camp Hayden, but it is the Makah Air… Continue reading
THERE WERE MANY people who recognized the March picture from the past as the Silver Sands Resort at the corner of Whitefeather and West Sequim… Continue reading
THERE WERE SEVERAL responses to the February picture from the past, which was the Fairview Grocery and Service Station. The store was at the corner… Continue reading
THREE PEOPLE RESPONDED to the January “Photo from the Past,” which was the Hardware Dress, made to advertise Willson Hardware. R.D. Willson established Willson Hardware… Continue reading
MANY READERS COMMENTED on the December “Picture from the Past” and they all knew that the people in the photo were smelt dipping. The area… Continue reading
NO ONE RECOGNIZED the October “Picture from the Past” as the old Rayonier Mill clock, so I started calling those who had worked at the… Continue reading
SEVERAL PEOPLE RECOGNIZED the October Picture from the Past as the old Methodist Church on Sequim Avenue and Fir Street. The photo was taken sometime… Continue reading
After recognizing the old IOOF building in Forks, residents share times had there.
Readers share their memories of Lincoln School, including what teachers they had.
No one recognized the children in the July Picture from the Past. They were Linda Lee Britton as 1955 Miss Liberty and Charles “Chuck” Dryke Jr. as Uncle Sam. The photo was taken in 1955 in the Elks Club lodge room.
PORT ANGELES — Excitement radiated throughout Port Angeles as plans were formulated for the presidential visit. North Olympic Peninsula residents, isolated from metropolitan areas, did… Continue reading