Tom Heuser, a Capitol Hill historian who has been a customer of Mr Johnson’s Antiques for more than a decade, realized one day that he knew nothing about the building that the shop is in. Tom then delved into research about the building and the Montlake neighborhood and eventually had enough material to tell a story. That story is now published online. It is rich with detail about people who lived in Montlake in the early 1900s, the opening of the Montlake bridge, and images from the era. You can read the full story here.