Using artifacts and library materials from the Bosco-Milligan Foundation Collections, this exhibit will explore the use of wood in our region’s architecture, from pioneer days through the 1960s. Visitors will learn how important and prevalent wood was both economical and a source of shelter. You’ll also find that wood was once used for just about everything from plumbing fixtures to siding, and quite literally, everything in-between.
Free to members
$3 for general public