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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…

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/

Larry O’Donnell Recognition Event

Tickets: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=TXWU5ECWHC7RE

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…

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!  

What’s in the Collection?

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

Help us at Everett Farmer’s Market

The Everett Museum of History will have a display table at the Everett Farmer’s Market. We could use your help staffing the table for a couple hours! We are bringing awareness to the public of the museum, selling books, and talking lots of Everett…

Glass negatives 2 — interiors

More images recently found in our collection

Collection Finds: Paine Field

Collection Finds: Soapbox Derby Days

Does anyone remember soapbox derby days? We have these wonderful examples in the Collection.

Museum Knowledge: Accession Numbers

Have you ever wondered what those numbers are on objects in a museum? They usually look something like this:  2000.001.001a They are called accession numbers and they are an integral part of keeping track of the artifacts in any collection. Each number is unique…

Poll: Tours of the Collection

Please take this quick poll and let us know if you would be interested in private monthly tours of the Collection with our resident historians and curator.