San Juan Historical Museum, Friday Harbor, Washington, USA – sharing the stories of the people of San Juan Island

oral-histories1A broad cross section of local history has been recorded by a diverse group of local residents. The collection will be expanding in the coming year as grant funding will enable the museum to preserve even more stories for future generations.

 

  • May Agnes Bergman Boyce
  • Robert Follett Buck
  • Sam Buck II
  • Jim Cahail
  • Ethel L. Dale
  • Georgia Wanda Murray Davis
  • Etta Elizabeth Lightheart Egeland
  • Glen Fleming
  • oral-histories3Cora Elsie Elwell Moe Fowler: Shaw Island
  • Elmon Adams Geneste, Jr.: Transportation on San Juan Island
  • Marie Larsen Johnson Greenfield
  • Martha Holden Nash Gubelman
  • Lynette King Guard
  • Sally Dodd Hall : Yellow Island
  • Carla Jean Higginson: Christopher Rosler and wife Anna Pike Rosler.
  • Garreth Jeffer : Friday Harbor Fish Cannery
  • Nourdine H. Jensen: Boat building on San Juan Island
  • Carlton Wright King: History of King’s Market
  • Louise Karen Lovaas King
  • Georgia May Smith Krumdiack
  • Roger Loring: Cemetary
  • Margaret Mc Rae
  • Laura Roland
  • Mildred King Sandwith
  • oral-histories2Virginia Gertrude Reed Sandwith
  • Ray Sheffer: Law enforcement on San Juan Island
  • Helga Lindquist Settles : Living at the Lime Kiln Lighthouse
  • Al Sundstrom
  • Claudine Helen Sundstrom
  • Frederick Daniel Sundstrom: History of agriculture on San Juan Island
  • Ruth Guard Sundstrom
  • Edward Norman Tuck: Roche Harbor lime kilns
  • Edna Beryl Boyce Wade: Cemetaries
  • Robert William Workman: Roche Harbor lime quarries
  • William Arthur Wotton
  • Kendo Yasuda: History of the Japanese on San Juan Island