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The Evergreen

Seattle Times coverage of pot policy, culture and lifestyle.

July 22, 2014 at 1:14 PM

MOHAI receives grandmother’s donation of first legal pot sold in Seattle

The grandmother who bought Seattle’s first legal recreational pot donated some of it to MOHAI this morning, along with clothes she wore that day and more. Deborah Greene, 65, bought eight grams of marijuana from Sodo’s Cannabis City on July 8. Today, she gave MOHAI two grams of the Sweet Lafayette strain, which cost her $40.

HISTORIC POT LO - SEATTLE - 7/22/2014

Leonard Garfield, the Executive Director of Seattle’s Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI), holds two grams of Deb Greene’s historic Sweet Lafayette strain of pot, part of Seattle’s first legal pot purchase. Greene also donated the book she read and the clothes she wore while waiting in line at Seattle’s Cannabis City. (Photo by Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)

HISTORIC POT LO - SEATTLE - 7/22/2014

An official with Seattle’s Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) prepares to register two grams of Deb Greene’s historic Sweet Lafayette strain of pot, part of Seattle’s first legal pot purchase. (Photo by Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)

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