The Art Inventory

May 3, 2012

Fremont Historical Society Fills In Fremont History At The Fremont Library This May

Kirby Lindsay Laney

Learn more about the FAC Powerhouse and the Fremont Building, in the FHS display at the Fremont Library Photo by K. Lindsay, May '12

During the month of May, to celebrate National Preservation Month, the Fremont Historical Society has organized a display of information, and photos, of ten Fremont buildings.  The display, at the Fremont Branch of the Seattle Public Library, includes historical and current photos of the structures as well.

A public reception will be held Saturday, May 5th, from Noon to 1:30p, at the Fremont Library.  Come meet members of the Fremont Historical Society, and learn about some area buildings, and share your stories as well.

The FHS has information on 10 structures around Fremont, including 4416 Fremont Ave N, at the Fremont Library thru May 2012 Photo by K. Lindsay


What better place to learn about the history of Fremont than in the historic Fremont branch of the Seattle Public Library Photo by K. Lindsay, May 2012

Even if you can’t make it to the reception on Saturday, May 5th, stop by the Fremont Branch to see the display and learn more about the history of Fremont, and its structures.

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