Please note that we are canceling all March events. As a result, we will be struggling with lost revenue. This comes from multiple sources that include programs, events, general admissions, memberships, private group tours, private room rentals, genealogy station /collections access, museum store, general donations, and others. On average we need around $15,000 in income per…Details
Painter Paul Illian, Boxinf Legend Al Hostak, and a fence of Graffiti from Highline High School Drama Dept.
Jeanne Pfeifer, Highline Historical Society founder and Founders Award honoree has a distinguished personal history. She is a native of Marlboro, Massachusetts, where she was voted Boston’s Most Beautiful Baby Girl. Jeanne attended a country elementary school with 3 total students, won an award as “New Hampshire’s Best Citizen” and an academic scholarship to the…Details
Interview with John Skube 2012 October 22 Yakima, WA By Barbara McMichael BM: My name is Barbara McMichael, with the Highline Historical Society. I am here today in Yakima, Washington, on October 22, 2012, to interview John Skube, who was a long time resident of the Highline area. Mr. Skube, if you could tell…Details
Interview with Carolyn Williamson October 30, 2002 Interviewer Gene Pugh We moved to Normandy Park in 1951 or 52, but we lived in Seahurst before that. My husband, Bob, grew up in Seahurst. His parents came there in about 1915 and there were only about 15 families there at the time. There was woods…Details
Interview with Madeleine Mennella 02/07/2006 Prepared by Micki Ryan Madeleine Mennella brought in two US Navy uniforms worn by her husband Vincent “Vin” Mennella during his Navy years as a pilot in both the regular and NS Naval Reserves. These are accessioned as 2006.0201.001 a,b, and 2006.0201.002. The olive drab winter wool uniform bears…Details
Interview with Bonnie Sharp 2013 April 5 Highline Historical Society Site Interviewer Barbara McMichael Introduction: Bonnie is a descendant of the Morasch family that was very prominent in Burien. She has come to the collections today to talk with our curator Nancy McKay and to tell us a little bit of what she recalls of…Details