MARCH 10, 1997
Oscar Roloff: Bothell woman treasures Abraham Lincoln memory
In 1831, a gangly young fellow named Abraham Lincoln stopped in New Salem, Illinois, to find work. He found a small house next door to the Cazzell residence and saw a daughter named Elizabeth, then 15. The girl kept peeking out of the window to see who the new neighbor was.
Leap of fame for local art quilter
Bothell resident Helen Thompson was one of ten quilt artists invited to create a fiber piece in celebration of the tenth anniversary of the Contemporary Quilt Art Association (CQA) of Seattle.