THE AWARDS!

Paul Dorpat‘s and Jean Sherrard‘s book,
Seattle Now & Then: The Historic Hundred,
has won 3 regional and national awards!

These are listed in reverse chronological order:

Tuesday, April 30, 2019
AKCHO Virginia Marie Folkins Award

Paul Dorpat and Jean Sherrard (with friends Nancy and Karen Ishii sitting between them) receive the Virginia Marie Folkins Award of the Association of King County Heritage Organizations. Click photo to see the seven-minute video, featuring emcee Rod Dembroski, King County Council chair, along with brief comments by Paul, Jean and Clay Eals, the book’s editor.

The Association of King County Historical Associations (AKCHO) has awarded Seattle Now & Then: The Historic Hundred its Virginia Marie Folkins Award for 2019. The awards is presented to authors and/or sponsoring organization of an outstanding historical publication.

The award is was presented Tuesday evening, April 30, 2019, at the annual AKCHO awards ceremony at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle.

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Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Independent Publisher Book Awards
Bronze for West-Pacific / Best Regional Non-Fiction

The Independent Publisher Book Awards (known as the IPPYs) has announced that Seattle Now & Then: The Historic Hundred won a 2019 bronze award for the West-Pacific region in the category of Best Regional Non-Fiction. The award was announced at the annual awards ceremony in Chicago.

 

The book with its Ben Franklin sticker affixed to the cover!

Thursday, April 4, 2019
Independent Book Publishers Association
Benjamin Franklin Awards
Silver for Regional Books

The Independent Book Publishers Association has announced that Seattle Now & Then: The Historic Hundred was one of two silver winners in the regional category of its Benjamin Franklin Awards. The awards was announced at the annual awards ceremony in Chicago.

Now & Then here and now

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