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From the Archives: Snoqualmie Summit ski jumping

by Brian Zylstra | February 20th, 2014

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(Photo courtesy of Washington State Archives)

Many of us have been watching the Winter Olympics these past two weeks, catching as much of the skiing, skating and sliding as time allows. In the spirit of the Sochi Games and Washingtonians’ love for winter sports, the State Archives staff found this classic 1937 photo of a ski jumper in midflight during a competition at Snoqualmie Summit as hundreds watch. The photo comes from the Archives’ Washington State Department of Transportation collection.

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