Learn at the Log House Museum

Tuesday, June 2nd at 7 p.m. at the Log House Museum, Joan Hockaday talks on "The Olmsted Legacy in West Seattle" from her new book, Greenscapes,  Olmsted's Pacific Northwest (WSU Press 2009).  Hockaday is a gardener historian who researched the Schmitz family and West Seattle connection in the archives of the Log House Museum.  Frederick Law Olmsted traveled to Seattle to design the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition and offered his advice to the Parks Board, including Federdinand Schmitz.
Event is free but donations are always gratefully accepted.

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