This classic by “Peggy” Corliss, first published in 1972 is a fourth printing, a compilation of what the author describes as “interviewing people, reading books (about the area), clipping, writing and typing.” Those she interviewed included many of the pioneers still alive when she came to Fall City at age 6. For the preceding 1998 edition, Audrey Schroeder took on the task of typing the 1978 reprint into Word and creating an index. Working from that computer file, with a few minor layout changes for clarity and using historic photographs and negatives from the Museum for freshly prepared plates, the 2004 good looking edition is $28 including sales tax.
$28, tax included.
8-1/2″x11″ 159 pages plus index, black and white photos, paperback.