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Volunteers keep telling Sumas’s history, despite loss of collection

Sumas Museum persists, 2 years after destructive flood

Sumas Museum President Liz Custer, left, and Secretary Helen Solem flip through an aged book full of writings and photos.
Sumas Museum President Liz Custer, left, and Secretary Helen Solem flip through what they call the museum's biggest loss in the 2021 flood — a 19th-century Bible. It had been wrapped in dog training pads to help absorb moisture. (Finn Wendt/Cascadia Daily News)
By Charlotte Alden General Assignment/Enterprise Reporter
SUMAS — In a cardboard box at the Sumas Museum is a large Bible. It’s embossed in silver and ful

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