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					AKCHO
Awards
Past
Winners



                               The
Long
Term
Project
Award


Nearby
History
(2009)



Denise
Ottoson
for
creating
websites
and
databases
for
the
United
Daughters
of
the

Confederacy
and
the
Sons
of
the
Confederacy
(2008)



Densho:
The
Japanese
American
Legacy
Project
(2007)


Historic
Seattle
for
the
"Rehabilitation
of
the
Cadillac
Hotel
Building
in
Pioneer
Square."

(2006)


Steve
Rodrigues
for
MV
Kalakala
(2005)


MOHAI
and
UW
Library
for
“Crossing
Organizational
Boundaries”
(historic
images
website)

(2004)


Gibbon
Store
Museum
by
Maple
Valley
Historical
Society
(2003)


“The
Vanishing
Generation”,
The
Nordic
Heritage
Museum,
The
Ballard
Historical
Society

and
the
Swedish
Finn
Historical
Society
(2002)


Traditional:
“White
River
Journal”,
The
White
River
Valley
Museum
(2001)


Technological:
History
Link
(2001)


Pat
Filer
and
Cathy
Fulton,
“West
Seattle
Memories:
a
Memory
Book
Project
of
the
Log

House
Museum
and
the
Southwest
Seattle
Historical
Society”
(2000)


White
River
Valley
Museum
and
City
of
Auburn
Fall
City
Hop
Shed
Foundation
(1999)


Bob
Eaton,
Black
Diamond
Museum
(1998)


Museum
of
Flight
B‐17
Restoration
(1997)


Nordic
Heritage
Museum
Video
“Northwest
Passage:
Share
the
Heritage”
(1996)


South
King
County
Genealogical
Society
Book
“King
County
Washington
Deaths
1891
–

1907”
(1996)


Barbara
Loomis
and
Bob
Burke,
Kirkland
Heritage
Society
(1995)


Southwest
Seattle
Historical
Society
“Birthplace
of
Seattle
Log
Cabin
Project
&
Alki
–
Harbor

2000
Project
(1995)

Quintard
Taylor,
University
of
Washington
Press
(1995)


Junius
Rochester,
Pacific
Northwest
Historical
Guild,
AKCHO
(1995)


Mildred
Tanner
Andrews,
AKCHO,
King
County
Historic
Preservation
Project
(1995)


Delores
Schroeder,
Mary
Lampson,
and
Bob
Koster,
Duvall
Historical
Society,
“The
Wagon

Wheel”
(1994)


“The
Iron
Goat
Trail”,
US
Forest
Service
and
Volunteers
(1994)


Issaquah
Historical
Society
(1992)


Green
River
Community
College
(1992)


Index
of
Vital
Records
by
Eastside
Genealogical
Society
(1991)


Franklin
High
School
Restoration
Project,
Kim
McConnell,
Principal
(1991)


Roy
W.
Morse
and
E.
Richard
Brown,
Fauntleroy
Legacy
Book
(1990)


Marymoor
Museum,
Susan
Grahn
“Eastside
Women”
(1990)


City
of
Renton,
Museum
Renovation
and
Renton
Historical
Society
“Renton’s
Past”
(1990)


“Growing
Up
in
Lake
Forest
Park”
by
Barbara
Bender
(1989)


“Seattle
Landmarks
Honoring
Minority
People”
by
Mary
Henry,
Black
Heritage
Society

(1988)


Restoration
of
Sanders
Mansion
by
Advent
Christian
Church
and
Erik
Sanders
Mansion

Historical
Society
(1987)


Friends
of
Olmsted
Parks
(1986)


Nashes
Pass
Heritage
Committee
(1986)


Black
Diamond
Historical
Society
(1985)


The
Sears
Building
Restoration
(1983)





                             The
Single
Impact
Event
Award


Six‐Generation
Family
Tree
Exhibit
and
Celebration
Event,
Washington
State
Jewish

Historical
Society
(2009)



Center
for
Wooden
Boats
(Carving
Cultural
Connections
Program)
for
the
installation
of
the

Klawock
Honor
Pole
(2008)


SW
Seattle
Historical
Society
&
Bainbridge
Island
Historical
Society
"Steamer
Dix
100th

Anniversary
Memorial
Cruise"
(2007)


The
Kirkland
Historical
Society
for
the
"Peter
Kirk
Family
Reunion
Event."

(2006)


“Coming
Full
Circle”
Duwamish
Tribe
and
Descendents
Committee
(2005)


Eastside
Heritage
Center
and
City
of
Bellevue
for
“50fest”
(2004)


Eastside
Heritage
Society
–
merger
of
Marymoor
Museum
and
BHS
(2003)


The
Sesquicentennial
Celebration,
The
Southwest
Seattle
Historical
Society
and
the
Log

House
Museum
(2002)


Historic
Seattle,
“The
25th
Anniversary
Gals
at
Union
Station”
(2000)


Community
Treasures
Project,
Medina
Elementary
School
and
Bellevue
Historical
Society

(1999)


Reed
W.
Jarvis,
Klondike
Gold
Rush
Centennial
Committee
of
Washington
(1998)


Washington
State
Jewish
Historical
Society:
Seattle
Jewish
History
(1997)


Wing
Luke
Museum,
Educational
Program
Series
“A
Time
to
Remember”
(1996)


Mary
Ellen
Piro,
Bellevue
Historical
Society
(1995)


“Seattle
Underground
Railroad”
Rhonda
Hollingsworth
(1994)


City
of
Auburn
Centennial
Commission
(1992)


SW
Seattle
Historical
Society,
Historic
Tour
(1991)


Lake
Union
Wooden
Boat
Festival,
The
Center
for
Wooden
Boats
(1991)


City
of
Des
Moines,
Centennial
Celebration
and
Book
(1990)


Tour
of
White/Green
River
Valley
(1989)


Issaquah
Centennial
Pioneer
Days
(1989)


Bellevue
Strawberry
Festival
by
Bellevue
Historical
Society
(1988)


National
Girl
Scouting
Diamond
Jubilee
by
Totem
Girl
Scout
Council
(1987)

Bettie
Luke
Kan
for
Chinese
Expulsion
Centennial
(1986)


Return
to
Old
Newcastle
–
Issaquah
Alps
Trails
Club/Newcastle
Historical
Society
(1985)


“Cost
of
Many
Colors”
Washington
State
Jewish
Historical
Society
and
MOHAI
(1983)








                                    The
Exhibit
Award


Green­Duwamish
River
Map
Project,
Duwamish
River
Cleanup
Coalition
(2009)

Green­Duwamish
River
Map
Project,
Environmental
Coalition
of
South
Seattle
(2009)



Ballard
Historical
Society
for
Historic
Marker
Project
(2008)


Eastside
Heritage
Center
‐
"Mini
Museum;
Museum
of
History
and
Industry
‐
"Essential

Seattle".

(2007)


Friends
of
Georgetown
History
for
the
"Celebrating
Georgetown"
traveling
exhibit.
(2006)


Personal
Courage
Wing
at
Museum
of
Flight
(2005)


Black
Heritage
Society
for
“A
Kaleidoscopic
View
of
African
American
Lives
in
Washington

State”
(2004)


Log
House
Museum
for
“First
Response”
(9‐11’s
Statue
of
Liberty
Memorials
at
Alki
Beach)

(2003)


“Metropolis
150”,
Lorraine
McConaghy
and
MOHAI
(2002)


“Century
to
Century”,
Renton
Historical
Society
and
Museum
(2001)


Bellevue
Historical
Society
and
Lake
Washington
Chapter
of
the
Japanese
American
Citizens

League,
“Eastside
History:
A
Japanese
American
Story”
(2000)


“A
Change
of
Worlds”,
MOHAI
and
the
Snoqualmie
Valley
Historical
Museum
(1999)


Nordic
Heritage
Museum,
“Norwegian
Folk
Art:
The
Migration
of
a
Tradition”
(1998)


Virginia
Thomas,
Bellevue
Historical
Society
(1997)


Wing
Luke
Museum,
“The
Vietnamese
American
Story”
(1996)


MOHAI,
“100
Years
of
Seattle
Architecture”
(1995)


Old
Ballard
Research
Project
developed
by
the
Ballard
Historical
Society
(1994)

“One
Song
Many
Voices”
Wing
Luke
Asian
Museum
(1994)


Pemco
Financial
Services
and
MOHAI,
“Anything
Anywhere,
Anytime”
(1993)


Wing
Luke
Museum
(1992)


Shoreline
Historical
Museum
(1992)


White
River
Valley
Historical
Society,
“Old
Main
Street”
(1990)


Federal
Way
Historical
Society
(1989)


Port
of
Seattle,
SEATAC
Airport
Exhibit
(1989)


Great
Gallery
at
Museum
of
Flight
(1988)


Dream
of
America
by
Nordic
Heritage
Museum
(1987)


Seattle
Public
Schools
Archives
for
“Good
Schools
Exhibit”
(1986)


Chinese
Medicine
on
Gold
Mountain
by
the
Chinese
Historical
Society
of
the
Pacific
NW
at

the
Wing
Luke
Museum
(1985)


Bridging
the
Generation
of
the
National
Council
of
Negro
Women,
Seattle
Section
(1983)





                              The
Heritage
Education
Award


Gary
Thomsen,
Chief
Sealth
High
School
(2009)



Dori
Wuepper,
Canyon
Park
Junior
High
School
teacher
and
History


Day
educator

(2008)


4
Culture's
Heritage
Initiative
Outreach
CBA
Panel:
Megan
Arnette,
Tara
Mac
Cauley,
Bev

Clevenger,
Carol
Bushwell
(2007)


Rainier
Valley
Historical
Society
&
Orca
Elementary
School
for
"The
Lost
Stream
of

Columbia
City."

(2006)


Karen
Haas
of

White
River
Valley
Museum
(2005)


Southwest
Seattle
Historical
Society
for
“Welcome
to
the
Green
Land:
A
Children’s
Acitvity

Guide
to
the
Birthplace
of
Seattle”
(2004)


Randy
Schnabel,
Shorewood
High
School
(2003)


Vi
Hilbert,
Lushootseed
(Lifetime
Acheivement)
(2002)

Third
grad
teachers
from
the
Lake
Washington
School
District:
Lynette
Benaltabe,
Michelle

Lindstrom
and
Cathy
Nishimura
in
cooperation
with
the
Marymoor
Museum
(2001)





                          The
Willard
Jue
Memorial
Award:
Volunteer


    Willard
Jue
received
his
award
in
1984
for
his
dedication
to
the
preservation
of
the
history
of

                                        the
city
and
county


Dorothea
Nordstrand,
HistoryLink.org
(2009)


Phil
Flash,
Mercer
Island
Historical
Society
(2008)


Mike
Intlekofer
(2007)


Bob
Eaton
(2006)


Heather
Trescases,
Eastside
Heritage
Center
(2005)


Marvin
“Buzz”
Anderson
of

Rainier
Valley
Historical
Society
(2004)


Vera
Heavens
of
the
Duvall
Historical
Society
(2003)


Vicki
Stiles,
AKCHO
(2002)


Tom
Traeger,
the
Kenmore
Heritage
Society
(2001)


Mona
Pickering,
Maple
Valley
Historical
Society
(2000)


Matthew
Benuska,
Korean
American
Historical
Society
(1999)


Karen
Luetjen,
Marymoor
Museum
(1998)


Robert
Gruhn,
consultant
–
to
Woodinville
Historical
Society,
to
members
of
AKCHO
and

dedication
to
the
King
County
Landmarks
and
Heritage
Commission
(1997)


Beatrice
Mathewson,
Renton
Historical
Society
(1996)


Isobel
Jones,
Tolt
Historical
Society
(1995)


Ethel
Telban,
Renton
Historical
Society
(1994)


Ann
Steiert,
Black
Diamond
Historical
Museum
(1993)


Marcie
Williams,
Marymoor
Museum,
AKCHO
and
Museum
of
Flight
(1992)


Lella
Sarles,
Snoqualmie
Valley
(1991)


Marianne
Forssblad,
Nordic
Heritage
Museum
(1991)


Barbara
Monks,
Shoreline
Historical
Society
(1990)


Dave
and
Cory
Olson
(1989)

Jack
and
Mary
Farrell
(1989)


Kay
Reinartz
(1989)


Ernie
Tonda,
Renton
Historical
Museum
(1988)


Greg
Spranger
(1987)


Melanie
Draper,
Des
Moines
(1986)


Lucile
McDonald
(1985)





                          The
Willard
Jue
Memorial
Award:
Staff


Carolyn
Marr,
Museum
of
History
and
Industry
(2009)


Barbara
Williams,
Eastside
Heritage
Center
(2008)


Mariane
Forssblad
(2007)


Eden
Toner
of
Eastside
Heritage
Center
(2004)


Pat
Filer,
the
Log
House
Museum
(2002)


Dick
Wagner,
The
Center
for
Wooden
Boats
(2001)


John
Chaney,
Historic
Seattle
(2001)


Michael
Saunders,
Washington
State
Archives,
Puget
Sound
Branch
(2000)


Colleen
Wagner,
The
Center
for
Wooden
Boats
(1999)


Barbara
Krohn,
Pioneer
Association
(1998)


Edith
Johnson,
The
Pioneer
Association
of
the
State
of
Washington
(1997)


Eloise
Hennig,
Bellevue
Historical
Society
(1995)


Carl
Steiert,
Black
Diamond
Historical
Society
(1994)


Lois
Rayne
Bark,
MOHAI
(1994)


Howard
Lovering,
Museum
of
Flight
(1990)





                            The
Virginia
Marie
Folkins
Award


Larry
Kreisman
for:

The
Arts
and
Crafts
Movement
of
the
Pacific
Northwest
(2009)

Glenn
Mason
for:

The
Arts
and
Crafts
Movement
of
the
Pacific
Northwest
(2009)



Jack
Kelly
for
Jack’s
History
of
Fall
City
(2008)

Joe
Follansbee
"Shipbuilders,
Sea
Captains,
and
Fishermen:
The
Story
of
the
Schooner

Wawona"
(2007)


Alan
Stein
for
"The
Olympic:
The
Story
of
Seattle's
Landmark
Hotel."
(2006)


Barbara
Nillson
for
“Ravensdale
Reflections”
(2005)


Washington
State
Jewish
Society
for
“Family
of
Strangers:
Building
a
Jewish
Community
in

Washington
State”
(2004)


Stan
Flewelling
for
“Shirakawa”
(2003)


“Magnolia:
Memories
and
Milestones”,
Magnolia
Community
Club
(2002)


Barbara
Nilson,
“Uncle
Sam
Wants
You”
(2000)


Seattle
Time
Eastside
Bureau
for
“A
Hidden
Past:
An
Exploration
of
Eastside
history”,
Arlene

Bryant,
Editor;
Sherry
Grindeland,
Reporter
(1999)


Mary
Turner
Henry,
Black
Heritage
Society
of
Washington
(1998)


Jacqueline
B.
Williams,
“The
Way
We
Are:
Pacific
Northwest
Cooking
1843
–
1900”
(1997)





                   The
Charles
Payton
Award
for
Heritage
Advocacy


Sherry
Grindeland
(2009)


E.B.
Dunn
Gardens
for
Preservation
Plan
for
Historic
Gardens
(2008)



Walt
Crowley
(2007)


Dick
Wagner
(2006)


Lorraine
McConaghy
of
MOHAI
(2005)





                                       Youth
Award


Chief
Sealth
High
School
Events
Marketing
and
Video
Production
Class


Project
Earth
Care/
Pelly
Place
Ravine
Project
(2009)



Seattle
Girls
School
for
Most
Dangerous
Women
Project
(2008)



Duwamish
Dance
and
Language
Group
"T'ilibshudub
‐
Singing
Feet"
(2007)



Jared
Thomas
(2005)