Lisa Meoli and Co-Authors Receive Association of King County Historical Organizations Award
Lisa Meoli, Floyd|Snider Historian and a board member at the Magnolia Historical Society, was among the authors selected to receive the Long Term Project Award this year from the Association of King County Historical Organizations (AKCHO) for Book III “Magnolia: Midcentury Memories.” This award is presented to an organization for an innovative and impactful multi-year project. The third volume of the series chronicles the history of Seattle’s Magnolia neighborhood during the 1950s and 1960s. Lisa authored the article about the History of the Magnolia Library featuring prominent Pacific Northwest architect Paul Kirk and Japanese-American master craftsman and furniture maker George Nakashima. More information about the book and the AKCHO award can be found by visiting the Magnolia Historical Society’s website.