Agricultural Heritage of the Pacific Northwest

Museum trio in the Pacific Northwest preserves agricultural heritage in bountiful region

Battered tin stencils once used to mark potato crates
At the Central Washington Agricultural Museum: Battered tin stencils once used to mark potato crates are part of a remarkable private collection of more than 3,000 antique tools in the museum’s Magness Room. The collection was amassed over 30 years by W.C. Magness, who donated it to the museum.