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Fred Cruger, Planning Commissioner, Granite Falls Historical Society
NOTES: Thanks to Fred Cruger with the Granite Falls Historical Society for help locating the dams.
Spain hooked up with Fred Cruger, vice president of the Granite Falls Historical Society.
In fact, on the Granite Falls walking tour, some of the historic buildings on the tour have the QR code available on the building itself, Cruger said. "On a walking tour you don't want to type a URL," Cruger said. Cruger said that this cyber tour technology is changing rapidly. So much so, that in probably less than two weeks, the user interface will be improved and be much more "elegant" than it is right now. "We are trying to get people excited about it," Cruger said. Cruger did all this work on the cyber tours for no pay. Cruger said simply that to bring history to the younger generation, you have to put it in a form they are accustomed to. "And it's a great way to actually get people interested in the idea of physically visiting historic sites," Cruger said.
Grand Marshal - Fred Cruger
Fred Cruger was selected to be Grand Marshal for 2012 due to his outstanding community contributions. Fred is a long time member and current president of the Granite Falls Historical Society. Fred is the single driving force in not only bringing the Museum into the 21st Century, but also for establishing it as a technology leader across the county, state and nation. Stop by the museum today and let Fred be your guide. The Granite Falls Historical Society follows their Grand Marshal, President Fred Cruger.
Fred Cruger of the Granite Falls Historical Museum suggests that the town's weekly, the Snohomish County Forum for April 27, 1933, most likely gave detailed front page coverage of the fire.
On the evidence of the traditional interpretation of the photo that follows - another scene crowded with men - Fred Cruger thinks it perhaps likely that the men milling here are waiting for the baseball game to begin. Below we will add this time as "straight" extras (not half-hidden behind a link) the few more now-then comparisons that you visited and recorded recently with the guidance of Fred Cruger, a Granite Fall historian/archivist who often appears in this blog as our primary vintage auto expert. Fred has also composed several interpretations/captions for the photo you repeated while in Granite Falls as well as short descriptions of the several records you made of the Grant Falls Historical Museum, for whose appointments, and interpretations he is also an admirable steward. So here follows you and Fred. Spending the afternoon with Fred Cruger as my guide to Granite Falls and the many wonders of his museum was a real kick. Fred has an artist's passion and inspiration, a historian's curiosity, and the meticulous nature of an engineer - in short, he's a force of nature. His focus and energy have brought the Granite Falls community together to create one of the finest small town historical museums in the country. We will conclude - for now - with another Granite Falls feature that appeared in Pacific last year, and for which Fred Cruger took the "repeat" besides providing the historical subject, again out of the Granite Falls Historical Museum's store of local heritage. The stately Granite Falls Railroad Station was built for both the Everett & Monte Cristo Railway Line, and a political payoff. (Courtesy, Granite Falls Historical Society.) From the prospect of the unnamed historical photographer, the site of the now long gone Granite Falls station has been returned to nature. (Now photo by Fred Cruger) Fred Cruger, the current vice-president of the Granite Falls Historical Society, dates this real photo postcard 1909. Fred adds, "there was quite a political battle going on between Snohomish (the County Seat) and Everett (increasingly the County economic center), about where the County seat should actually be. Fred Cruger, also an antique car collector, has often helped us in this column with the naming and dating of old motorcars. Now we wish to make note that he and the Granite Falls Historical Society have created "then and now" cyber tours for both their community and the Mountain Loop tour.