Association of King Cty Historical Organizations - http://www.akcho.org/
Incorporated in 1978, this association is 78 groups strong with 80 individual members. This association is dedicated to insure a place for preservation in the future.
Burien Library's Northwest Collection - http://www.kcls.org/burien/special_collections.cfm#nw
The largest concentration of Northwest history materials in the King County Library System. Books, periodicals, clipping files, maps, microform and audio/video materials are shelved in open stacks--you are free to browse!
Burke Museum of Natural History - http://www.washington.edu/burkemuseum
The Northwest's largest natural and cultural history museum, presenting exhibits, educational programs,and family events on everything from dinosaurs, fossils, and earthquakes to Native American arts and Northwest cultures.
Eastside Heritage Center - http://eastsideheritagecenter.org
The Eastside Heritage Center's mission is to steward Eastside history by actively collecting, preserving, and interpreting documents and artifacts, and by promoting public involvement in and appreciation of this heritage through educational programming and community outreach.
Museum of History and Industry - http://www.seattlehistory.org
The Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) has compiled a searchable database of historical photographs. You'll find images of Seattle, King County, and other areas of Washington State. Click on Exhibits for historical information about the Northwest, and Collections for the database of historical photographs.
Seattle Waterfront 2002-1907 - http://www.kokogiak.com/projects/seawft/
View two panoramic photographs of the Seattle waterfront, one from 1907 and the other from 2002. The site allows several methods for comparing the two photographs to show the dramatic changes that have taken place over this period.
Washington State Historical Society - http://www.wshs.org/
View exhibits, find a list of Washington History museums and read excerpts from the Society's publication, Columbia Magazine. Includes links to Washington State History Museum, Washington State Capital Museum, and other WSHS-affiliated museums and research centers.