Edmonds Historical Museum

118 5th Ave North, Edmonds, WA 98020 - United States

425-774-0900

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Housed in a beautifully restored 1910 Carnegie Library building, the Edmonds Historical Museum has been preserving and sharing Edmonds and south Snohomish County history since 1973. Our upper level galleries consist of rotating exhibits, changing every 3-4 months, while the lower level gallery displays permanent information about Edmonds history. Visit us today to see what's new!

Exhibits

"Bea Haverfield Sketches" - Bea went on to create many of the iconic neon signs dotting the Seattle skyline. Her work symbolizes the area's post-war boom. She helped designed signs from toy stores to pharmacies - many which have gone out of business. Her works include Dick's Drive In and Ivar's.

One of the most famous works she created was designing a sign for a local car wash - Elephant Car Wash. The company wanted a sign that was both "spectacular and memorable" for those passing by. She created one of her most memorable designs.

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