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The Enumclaw History Museum is located at 1837 Marion St, in Enumclaw in a building that was originally built in 1909 as the Enumclaw Masonic Hall. The building was listed on the "Washington Heritage Register" in 2003. The museum features displays of items and photographs of the people, places and history from the late 1800's to the present, and includes a collection of over 1300 historic local photographs. The photos are indexed and are in albums available for viewing, and you may also purchase prints. There are many records of births, deaths, weddings, and business and family histories that have been catalogued and which visitors are welcome to view.

Our mission is to represent the Plateau's interest in local history through preservation, documentation, education and visual display and promotion of local artifacts, histories and local historical sites. We collect, interpret and exhibit for the public, schools and organizations.

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