More “West Seattle 101″: 2 places, 2 types of history

April 20, 2008 at 1:51 pm | In West Seattle 101, West Seattle history | Comments Off

bookcover1.jpgOne month since we debuted a new WSB section — featuring (note the “tab” link on our header) stories from the popular book “West Seattle 101″ by Lori Hinton. lorimugshot.jpgWe’re continuing to add to the list of “West Seattle 101″ stories available on WSB: today, we’ve added two more, both fun places to go and both deeply linked to West Seattle history: the Log House Museum on Alki, and Husky Deli in The Junction. You can find all nine “West Seattle 101″ features published here so far by going to the WS 101 on WSB “home page”; more to come!

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