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The Arts

  • 5.3.25
  • 1982 - 1988

The Arts was a monthly newsletter published by the King County Arts Commission. It published information about the arts as a public service for local artists and organizations, and supported local events and groups funded by the commission.

The Bicycle Paper

  • 5.3.26
  • 1972 - 2015

The Bicycle Paper was a newspaper published 7 times a year, monthly from April through September, and one winter issue, by Seattle Publishing. It varied throughout its run from being published anywhere from 7 to 10 times per year. It published articles focused on the sport of cycling, and included topics such as trends, equipment, championships, as well as local, national and global cycling events.


  • 5.3.27
  • 2000-

BING is a fan magazine published by The International Club Crosby that comes out 3 times a year, in the spring, summer and winter. It covers the life and times of Bing Crosby and is dedicated to preserving his memory and musical legacy for future generations.

National Railway Bulletin

  • 5.3.28
  • 1970 - 2004

National Railway Bulletin was a magazine published 6 times a year by the National Railway Historical Society. The magazine covered topics related to the history of railroads, trains, train travel, and famous engineers.


  • 5.3.29
  • 1958-

The Bulletin is a monthly magazine published by the Northwest Public Power Association. It began in 1958 as the Pacific Northwest Public Power Bulletin and changed its name in 1966 to the Northwest Public Power Bulletin, and then again in 1992 to The Bulletin. Over the course of its run it changed back and forth from being published monthly or bimonthly. It covers topics related to public power in the pacific northwest region, as well as changes and activities involving public utilities.

Peninsula Gateway

  • 5.3.3

The Peninsula Gateway is a weekly newspaper serving the city of Gig Harbor and the Kitsap Peninsula in Pierce County, Washington. It began publication in 1917 as Bay Island News and changed its name in August of 1923. Its covers mostly local events, and includes news, features, sports, editorials, classified and commercial advertisements.

Washington Park Arboretum Foundation Newsletter

  • 5.3.30
  • 1985 - 2010

Newsletter for the Washington Park Arboretum, a public park in Seattle on the shores of Lake Washington, which is managed by the University of Washington Botanic Gardens and the City of Seattle. The monthly newsletter, which later changed to a bi-monthly in 2001 and then quarterly format in 2008, focused on Arboretum news, plant sales, fundraisers, calendars of events and gardening tips.

Holdings begin with the Washington Park Arboretum (1985-1987), continuing with the Washington Park Arboretum Newsletter (1987-1988) and Washington Park Arboretum Foundation Newsletter (1988-1995), and concluding with Ground Work (1995-1997, 2001-2010).

The Sounder

  • 5.3.31
  • 1976 -

Newsletter for the Northwest Railway Museum, which is based in Snoqualmie, Washington, in King County, that focuses on various railroad news, the Snoqualmie Valley Railroad in particular, plus activities and events held by the museum. The first publication is titled “Puget Sound and Snoqualmie Valley Railroad” (June 1976) before changing the name to "The Sounder", and the first four quarterly publications: (Holiday 1976 – Spring 1978) are in a magazine-like format. Newsletter then changed to a monthly format in 1977 and later a bi-monthly format with occasional monthly special edition issues in September 2006 and a quarterly format from Winter 2010 to the present.

Holdings: June 1976-December 1985; January 1986-December 1986 (bound); January 1987-December 1987; January 1988-December 1990 (bound); January 1991-present


  • 5.3.32
  • 1960-1972

Cascades was a regional bi-monthly promotional and lifestyles magazine published by Pacific Telephone Northwest beginning in October 1960 until May 1961 and later Pacific Northwest Bell beginning in July 1961. Subjects featured in the magazine included history, book reviews, travel, editorials and self-promotional articles all pertaining to the Northwest region. Cascades would turn into a quarterly magazine with its Summer 1964 through Winter 1966 issues before returning to a bi-monthly publication from April 1967 through 1970. Cascades then changed again to a quarterly publication beginning in 1971.

Holdings: October 1960 – December 1967 (bound); April 1968 – Fall 1968; January 1969 – November 1970 (bound); February 1971 – Summer 1972.

Capitol Observer

  • 5.3.33
  • 1939 - 1983

This quarterly magazine “dedicated to safety in the Northwest” began March 30, 1939, under the name of Capitol Capers, which was a monthly newspaper published for Washington State workers that focused on governmental news and lifestyle stories in and around Olympia, Washington. Capitol Capers then briefly became the Washington Observer newspaper between Oct. 31, 1940 through May 20, 1941 before transitioning to the Capitol Observer that year. The Capitol Observer changed its primary focus from state government news to issues about general safety in the Spring 1958 issue and converted to a magazine format in the summer of that same year.

Holdings begin with Capitol Capers (1939-1940) continuing with the Washington Observer (1940-1941) and concluding with the Capitol Observer (1941-1950, 1955-1983).

Washington Highways

  • 5.3.34
  • 1951-1972

Washington Highways, a publication of Washington State Department of Highways began in 1951 by the title News. in 1957 the title changed to Highway News, then in 1962 to Washington Highway News and finally to Washington Highways in 1964. The title ceased with the May 1972 issue. The periodical covered transportation projects, highway district news, department personnel news, and department safety news in Washington State.

The Washington Motorist

  • 5.3.35
  • 1956-1964, 1969-1976

Monthly newspaper publication published in Seattle by the Automobile Club of Washington, a chapter of the national American Automobile Association (AAA). Content included various automobile and transportation news on a local, regional, state and federal level, editorials, various events throughout the state including the Western Washington Fair and the World’s Fair, and automobile column and automobile transportation news in politics.

Holdings: August 1956-August 1964, May 1969-May 1976

Northwest Catholic

  • 5.3.36
  • 1999-

The Northwest Catholic is a monthly magazine published by Catholic Archbishop of Seattle, Paul D. Etienne. Its predecessor, The Catholic Northwest Progress, began publishing in 1911 and ended publishing in June 2013 along with it being printed as a newspaper. It started printing as a magazine in September 2013. It was published as a newspaper for almost 100 years on a weekly basis, and then changed to a biweekly newspaper and then to a monthly basis as a magazine. The library's collection of Northwest Catholic and The Catholic Northwest Progress begins in September 1999. The goal of Northwest Catholic is to inform Catholics who live in the Pacific Northwest about the religion and current events. It includes holiday editions, such as Easter and Christmas, as well as editions regarding significant changes in the leaders of the Catholic Church. The change to magazine format changed the content to be more of a lifestyle magazine, offering advice and interpretations of situations to readers.

Puget Sound Computer User

  • 5.3.37
  • 1989 - 2005

Puget Sound Computer User was a free monthly publication with its main goals to provide information regarding trends, tools, and guides to the computer world as well as offering articles on business technology, office automation, and computers. Each publication also included ads highlighting local businesses specializing in computer or tech related services.

Key Peninsula News

  • 5.3.38
  • 1974 -

Key Peninsula News, switching its name from Key Peninsula Newsletter in 1985, was a newspaper that operated as the "voice of the Key Peninsula Civic Center". The paper served to publish community announcements, advertisements, and voting information to circulate through the South Puget Sound's Key Peninsula area, which includes the towns of Wauna, Key Center, Vaughn, Home, Lakebay, and Longbranch.


  • 5.3.39
  • 1974/02-03, 2004/04-2011/09-10

Channel is a monthly newsletter published by Associated Ministries. It is an interfaith newspaper in Pierce County that allows readers to submit works for publication. The newsletter markets itself as the only interfaith newsletter in Pierce County. The newsletter focuses on highlighting many different faiths, offering a calendar of religious days and observances. Additionally, the newsletter features news from varying faiths, as well as reader-submitted works from different faiths.

Indian Voice

  • 5.3.4
  • 1971

Indian Voice was the newspaper of the Small Tribes Organization of Western Washington (STOWW). It reported on news from local reservations of the Puget Sound region. The most notable topics include the Fishing Wars and Boldt Decision, as well as treaty news and federal funding to tribal programs from the Economic Development Administration (EDA).

Civil Liberties

  • 5.3.40
  • 1987/03-Winter 2012

Civil Liberties is a newsletter published by the ACLU of Washington. It features current cases that the ACLU is working on as well as advice from legal experts. Along with current cases the ACLU is working on, the newsletter highlights people doing good work in the view of the ACLU. It also features advice columns and how to maintain civil liberties and rights in the United States and Washington.

Pacific Yachting

  • 5.3.41
  • 1997-2014

Pacific Yachting was a monthly magazine published by OP Media Group. It centered around yachting news mainly in Canada in British Columbia. There are self-submitted essays by readers, events occurring around the Pacific Northwest, and tips for where is best to sail in the area. Also included are reviews and recommendations for what boats and materials to purchase.

Holdings: 1997/06-2014/01

City Arts

  • 5.3.42
  • 2006 - 2018

"City Arts" was a monthly magazine which began in Tacoma, Washington, and would soon after have Eastside and Seattle editions, which then consolidated into one edition after September 2011. (1) The magazine was published by Encore Media Group and covered local artists and events in the Tacoma/Seattle area. It contained sections about local art news, lifestyle, and has a featured artist section as well. At the end of each magazine there is a calendar that listed local events happening throughout the month. Some types of events include movies showings, live music, dance, theater, comedy shows, visual art displays, and book talks.

Northwest Indian News

  • 5.3.5
  • 1975-1975

Northwest Indian News was a newspaper published out of Seattle, Washington that reported on local, regional, and national tribal news. Updates about the Fishing Wars of the Puget Sound region and the legal battle of the Boldt Decision were frequent topics. Other topics of interest include editorials on the American Indian Movement (A.I.M.) and articles about Native children within the foster care system.

Northwest Asian Weekly

  • 5.3.6
  • 1992-

The Northwest Asian Weekly is a weekly newspaper based out of Seattle, WA and serves the Pacific Northwest region. It began publication in 1992 and is still producing weekly newspapers. The Northwest Asian Weekly covers local, national, and international news, local events, sports, editorials and commercial advertisements. Print edition ceased with 01/21/2023 issue, and publication is online only.

Asian American Alliance News

  • 5.3.7
  • 1973-1985

Asian American Alliance Newsletter was a monthly/bi-monthly newsletter that served the Tacoma/Pierce County region. It began publication in 1973 and ended publication in 1980. Asian American Alliance Newsletter included educational resources, local news and events, employment opportunities and information on community organizations such as the Asian American Advisory Council.

Asian Family Affair

  • 5.3.8
  • 1975-1985

Asian Family Affair was a monthly newspaper serving the greater Seattle area. It began publication in 1975 and ended publication in 1985. Asian Family Affair included local and national news, sports, interviews of community members and commercial advertisements.

Jewish Transcript

  • 5.3.9
  • 2003-2014

The Jewish Transcript is a bi-weekly newspaper serving Washington State. It began publication in 1967, changed its name to JT news in 2004 and ended publication in 2014. Jewish Transcript covered community events and news, arts and entertainment and included commercial advertisements

Honor L. Wilhelm Papers

  • 5.5.2
  • c. 1897-1910

Includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, and writings by Honor L Wilhlem. Also included are business records related to "The Coast" magazine, edited by Wilhlem from 1900-1910, including subscription lists, advertising information, and financial records.

Honor L. Wilhelm

The Coast Magazine Photographs

  • 5.5.3
  • c. 1900-1910

Includes photographs taken by editor Honor L Wilhelm and others submitted for inclusion in "The Coast" magazine.

Honor L. Wilhelm

Grit City Magazine

  • 5.6.1
  • 2018-

A quarterly magazine focused on histories, profiles, essays, art, and photojournalistic documentation of aspects of Tacoma's society and culture. Each issue includes a supplemental art poster. This collection contains all issues of the magazine to the most current issue.

Grit City Magazine

Murray Morgan Papers

  • 6.1.1

Includes documentation from Morgan's career as a historian, writer, journalist, broadcaster, and teacher. Materials include: drafts and manuscripts of Morgan's books, articles, and unpublished writing projects; research files assembled by Morgan and containing clippings, reports, notes, and writing drafts; teaching materials such as lesson plans and lecture notes; photographs used in Morgan's publications or related to research topics; transcripts and notes from Morgan's radio broadcasts; audio and video recordings; personal materials, awards, and ephemera.

Murray Morgan

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