Newspaper Archive of
IHM: Issaquah Press Collection
Issaquah, WA

Newspaper Archive of
IHM: Issaquah Press Collection

 
THE ISSAQUAH PRESS  was first published on the first day of the 20th Century, January 18, 1900, and was Issaquah's oldest continuing operating business when it closed its doors after 117 years of operation. The oldest newspaper on the Eastside ceased publication on February 24, 2017.
 
Many of the original bound volumes have been scanned and are here for your research. Please contact the Issaquah History Museums with any research requests.
 
Please note: The Seattle Times, parent company of the Issaquah Press, retains all copyrights.
 


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The Issaquah History Museums (IHM) is a nonprofit organization that operates the Gilman Town Hall Museum and the Issaquah Depot Museum, as well as the Issaquah Valley Trolley and numerous exhibits throughout the city. The organization’s mission is “to discover, preserve and share the history of Issaquah and its environs.”