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HOW TO ORDER PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE MUSEUM

Now you can browse and order from thousands of photographs in the Anacortes Museum collections. Use our new online search to find the photos you want, then click the “Order Image” button for those photographs. You may also contact us by mail, email, or phone to order one or more prints. An order form is attached here if you’d like to fill it out and mail it in with payment. The Anacortes Museum is able to accept cash and check as well as credit or debit cards.  Online payment is an eventual goal, but for now just email or give us a call and museum staff will be happy to supply what you need.

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MUSEUM STORES

You can shop in our gift shops in both our Carnegie Gallery and at the Maritime Heritage Center. Whether you are enjoying a day at the museum and/or the W. T. Preston, living in Anacortes or visiting from out of town, the shops are definitely worth a stop. You’ll find a variety of gifts – like our famous salmon can label mugs - and books about the history of Anacortes, plus Fidalgo & Guemes islands. Included are books written by current Education Curator, Bret Lunsford, and retired Museum Educator Terry Slotemaker. Members receive a 10% discount on purchases every day.

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Spanish and English explorations of Pacific Northwest.  Includes how local places were named. - $10     

96-page history of local fishing industry, rich with historic and present-day photos. - $24

Layman's guide to local geology. Includes a road and trail map. 52 pages. -  $20   

Local history of logging and mills. 102 pages, with over 90 photos. - $24   

Mugs featuring historic salmon labels, 4 different designs. One mug, $8; set of 4, $30       

DVD of Anacortes' fishing heritage and evolution from boom to bust and back again. - $20

 

For further information about the gift shops or their merchandise, please call (360) 293-1915, or send an e-mail to coa.museum@cityofanacortes.org