New Book Has Been Published
I'm pleased to announce that Snohomish Historian Warner Blake and I will be signing our new book "J.S. White: Our First Architect" on July 30 in Snohomish. Please stop by and help us celebrate. Thank you so much to Warner for his brilliant research and dedication, to all the Angels who so generously supported this project, and especially to Karen Guzak, whose generosity, leadership, and inspiration started this whole thing rolling.
WHAT: Booking Signing of the fine art book J.S. White Our First Architect
by writer Warner Blake and photographer Otto Greule
WHERE: Uppercase Bookshop, 2nd Street and Avenue B, Snohomish
WHEN: Sunday, July 30, 2-4p
WHY: Grand Opportunity to purchase the book and support both the independent bookstore and our publication Published by the People of Snohomish and Friends.
J.S. White: Our First Architect documents White’s surviving structures from 19th-century Snohomish with essays by local historian Warner Blake and color photographs by Otto Greule. White left nothing behind except his buildings, so Blake combed through newspapers of the time to discover White’s story and identify his structures. Particularly notable is the White Building — the builder-architect’s own two-story red brick masterpiece, which was misidentified for more than 50 years. Generously illustrated with over 60 historic photographs, this book is also the story of the city’s rise and fall as the birthplace of Snohomish County.
(From the dust jacket back.)
BONUS EVENT ON THE RADIO: Warner and Karen will be guests on KSER’s Sound Living, Friday, July 28th at 4p.
Hosted by veteran independent broadcaster Ed Bremer, and it’s a call-in show: 425.303.9070!
Photographer Otto Greule will be standing by in Seattle to join in … why not you too?