Big News!! We Have a New Home!!

For everyone who has not seen Julie Muhlstein’s Everett Herald article this morning, please link here for the full article and celebrate with us the purchase of our new home in the heart of Everett’s cultural district!

 

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Come see us tomorrow!

Come join the EMOH team down at Everett Station tomorrow for an amazing city-wide birthday party and participate in our scavenger hunt! Drop by on your way in and pick up a form and head out to find the answers! Complete it and be entered to win this EMOH bag full of Everett-themed goodies, pictured in front of our new home at 2939 Colby Avenue! Stay tuned for updates!

Look at all this great stuff!

Thank you to our sponsors Live in Everett, Escape Scene, Brooklyn Bros. Pizzeria, Sno-Isle Food Co-op, and Elizabeth Person Art & Design for making this possible!

See you tomorrow!

David Dilgard, Historian & Everett History Advocate Passes

We are so sad to hear of the passing of David Dilgard, Everett historian, advocate, and founder of Everett Public Library’s Northwest Room with Margaret Riddle. He will be much missed.

https://www.heraldnet.com/news/david-dilgard-everett-public-librarys-longtime-historian-dies/

Happy 125th Birthday, Everett!

We’re only three weeks away from joining the city to celebrate Everett’s 125th Birthday!

The Everett Museum of History will be at Everett Station on June 2nd from 10am-1pm with a fun, interactive Scavenger Hunt for all ages.

Grab your form on the way in, find the answers, and be entered to win a prize bag full of Everett-themed swag and other amazing goodies! Over the next few weeks, we’ll be sharing our sponsors and their amazing gifts, so stay tuned and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! We are so excited to introduce ourselves to all of you and celebrate in such a fun way! Everett125

 

A Special Message from Author Aileen Langhans

 The new book, including signed copies, “Random Facts from the Founding Days of Everett, Washington” has been restocked and is available at J. Mathesons Gift shop on Colby Avenue in downtown Everett.  
   
All revenue from the book sale will be donated to “Friends of the Everett Public Library” to fund a special Northwest History Room project: the framing and digitizing of their collection of historic panoramic photographs.  Once they are archivally framed, these important historical photographs will be displayed outside the Northwest History Room, making them available to the entire community.  
This is a wonderful opportunity to support the work of our library’s archivists and historians and to learn interesting facts about Everett’s very beginnings.
 
If you wish to purchase a book directly, please contact Aileen M. Langhans at randomfactsofeverett@outlook.com (email address) or 206-522-0203

Happy New Year!!


Wishing Everyone a Happy New Year!

Thank you for all your support throughout the years and as we look forward to a bright and successful future for the museum in our future home.

What’s in the Collection?

2017.006.003

You might be wondering what these two pieces are and why the Museum would collect them?

These are two pieces of slag  found by a local homeowner on his property that borders the original location of the Puget Sound and Alaska Powder Company Mill which exploded on September 17, 1930.  For more information take a look at Margaret Riddle’s excellent essay here.

What’s in the Collection?

2006.002.007

Leather account book, The First National Bank of Everett, Washington

What’s in the Collection?

1986.014.001a & 1986.014.001b

Pair of  metal ice skates, ca. 1900.

What’s in the Collection?

1976.007.003

Worked maroon  leather women’s glove case, ca. 1890.

What’s in the Collection?

1000.129.001a & 1000.129.001b

This unique and rare collapsible, metal, lidded cup was produced by the Great Northern Railway.  Running from St. Paul, Minnesota to Seattle, Washington, it was the northernmost transcontinental route in the United States. It was also the only privately funded, by James J. Hill, transcontinental railway in the United States.