We’re only three weeks away from joining the city to celebrate Everett’s 125th Birthday!
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!
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.
Leather account book, The First National Bank of Everett, Washington
Pair of metal ice skates, ca. 1900.
Worked maroon leather women’s glove case, ca. 1890.
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.