Museum Alphabet Special Edition

For our Museum Alphabet series, we couldn’t decide between two “J” options, so we are bringing you a double feature!

First up, we have a cool collection of Jigsaw Puzzles made in the 1920s in West Seattle. These puzzles were made by adhering magazine photos to a thin wood board and cutting on a jigsaw into puzzle pieces. Here are some of our wonderful volunteers playing with the puzzles:

For our second “J”, we are bringing you one of our favorite West Seattle places –in puzzle form! Solve the puzzle and reveal a picture from 1926.

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The Log House Museum is open to the public on Friday, Saturday and Sunday: Noon to 4pm. Face coverings are still required in the Log House Museum for all visitors age 5 and older regardless of vaccination status.