Peterson, Bob: I've Lived Here All My Life -- A Slideshow of Life on the Eastside, King County

  • By Heather MacIntosh
  • Posted 8/04/2005
  • HistoryLink.org Essay 7407
Since 1920 when he was born, Robert (Bob) Peterson has lived near King County's Lake Boren. This once bucolic setting, now within Newcastle's incorporated city limits, is surrounded by new developments. On March 4, 2000, six days before his 80th birthday, Bob shared his family's story and photographs. This slideshow was edited and curated by Heather MacIntosh.

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