The snow of 1968-69 while not so deep as that of 1916 we still one of the most impressive of our “modern snows.” I might have put this up in January 2009 when I worked on our Pictorial History of Seattle Snows, except that I had to wait patiently for this slide to rise again to the surface of the light table, which is did earlier today. Queen Anne resident Lawton Gowey took this photo on the last day of 1968.

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