Review: Museums of the Northwest

Museums of the Northwest
Museums of the Northwest by Harriet Baskas
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

So many museums, so little time! With museum attendance at an all-time high, Harriet Baskas evaluates 300 of the region’s most celebrated institutions. Here are fascinating worlds waiting to be explored, like the largest collection of Rodin sculptures, displays of Native American totem poles and (gulp!) the world’s largest hairball.
Including 100 photographs, this invaluable resource details museums, galleries, archives, discovery centers and exhibits. Appealing to locals and travelers alike, Museums of the Northwest is an exciting new guide to the rich culture, history and personalities of the Pacific Northwest.
Published 11/09/2000 by Crindalyn Stevens (Lyster), Editor of Coast Weekend

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About crindalyn

Mother of an very active grade-schooler who loves books as much as I do, Media geek, iPhone addict, sports junkie, Jane Austen reader. Benjamin Franklin Awards Judge for the Independent Book Publishers Association since 1996. Written a variety of book reviews for local publications. Blogger, journalist, writer, author. Hobbies: crafts, cooking, books, sports, gardening, music, photography, travel. Job that pays the bills: Digital Media Director for a news media company. View all posts by crindalyn

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