The Regional History Collection explores regional themes of exploration, economics, entertainment, communications and community events, domestic arts, and settlement, as well as present an interpretive program with the Campbell House's collection of period and original furnishings.
The Regional Textile Collection includes an impressive collection of clothing, accessories, and quilts dating back to the mid-1800s, while the American Indian Collection represents the diverse variety of cultural groups throughout the Americas. This collection features one of the most impressive gatherings of Plateau material culture in the country.
The Museum’s Art Collection focuses on contemporary works and renowned artists from the region, including works by James Lavadour, Patti Warashina, Kristen Capp, Doug Safranek, Jim Hodges, and Edward and Nancy Reddin Kienholz.
The Joel E. Ferris Research Archives of the Eastern Washington State Historical Society is the go-to resource and archives institution for material on the art, culture and history of the Inland and Pacific Northwest. The Archive collections include architectural drawings, ephemera, books, and periodicals, photographs and negatives, manuscripts, reel-to-reel film, maps, and oral histories. Photo: Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture
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