Contents of 1912 time capsule at WWU remain a mystery
The Bellingham Herald
One hundred years ago, the graduating class at Western Washington University started a school tradition by burying a time capsule on campus. But what they intended for the future to find remains unclear. University workers opened the 1912 time capsule - along with the 1913 one - Thursday, Feb. 9, to find that a century underground had left most of the contents disintegrated.