D. O. Pearson House Museum Historic House of the First Mayor of Stanwood
Waistlines & Hemlines Fashion and Vintage Women’s Clothing Exhibit. The Spring Tea is April 16th this year (2016), click the hyperlink.
Many of our exhibits have been undergoing extensive revisions and some are completely new. Our museum behind the Pearson House has new display hanging systems and exhibit lighting (completely LED) thanks to a Snohomish County Community Heritage grant in received in 2015.
Our newest exhibit open on Sept 18th!
Spirits of the People ~ For the people of America’s First Nations, the moral rights of the universe are not just bestowed on human beings but are granted to the elements of their physical environment—the animals, birds, rivers or weather for example.
Objects such as those displayed here also have power and are alive. They each are imbued with part of their creator. While we may not know who their exact makers were, we honor them and the care they brought to their creations.
D. O. Pearson House – Historic home of Stanwood’s first mayor. Maintained as a Victorian Period Home.Includes Miniature Dollhouses – Third floor, Pearson House
Floyd Norgaard Cultural Center – Historic Fraternal Hall used as event space with museum exhibit featured on the third floor. The last few years have featured Waistlines & Hemlines Fashion and Vintage Women’s Clothing Exhibit.
Stanwood Camano Area Museum
- Stanwood High Schools’ Class Picture Project – Museum ramp
- Market & Main Street History in Pictures – Museum ramp
- East Stanwood History in Pictures – Museum ramp
- Early Stanwood / Camano Area Fabric Art — Sewn by Camano Island Quilters & designed by Jack Gunter – – Museum 2nd Floor
- The Story of the Stanwood Waterfront – Stillaguamish River and aerial views of historic Stanwood. – Museum 2nd Floor
- The Stories Maps Tell – A Cartographer’s View of Port Susan, Stanwood Area and Camano Island. – Museum 2nd Floor
- Country Schools and Town Schools – Photographs of Stanwood Area Historic Schools – Museum Stair Display area