An extensive collection of decorative and utilitarian baskets of local Native origin, Native American stone tools and ethnographic research materials from the Southern Pomo and Western Wappo-speaking tribes; both tribes are considered among the world’s most skilled basket makers.
Outstanding quilts and some samplers representing the finest examples of hand-crafted items, many handed down through generations. Men’s, women’s and children’s clothing and accessories, and military artifacts and uniforms from local men and women who served in the Armed Forces.
An extensive collection of guns, rifles, a cannon and cannonballs, and other items used both in battle and for hunting.
Oils, acrylics, watercolors, large framed photographs of historic significance.
The original doorknob from the first City Hall, draftsman tools and original plat of the City, and original floor plans of historic buildings, and original card catalogs from the Carnegie Library.
Furniture, bottles, ceramics, kitchen and household utensils.
Agricultural implements, carpentry and blacksmith tools, hunting and fishing gear, wine making equipment and mining tools.
A stereopticon, athletic equipment, toys and games, fraternal organization documents and artifacts, musical instruments and sheet music, and recreational artifacts