The Eastern Washington State Historical Society was founded in 1916. In 1926, the Legislature
designated the Society as a trustee for materials of historical significance to the state. The
Society’s mission is to promote learning about regional history, visual arts, and American Indian
and other cultures, especially those specific to the region. To carry out this mission, the Society
does business as the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture. The Museum is composed of the
Cheney Cowles Center, an exhibit and education building, and the historic Campbell House and
Carriage House on a five-acre campus in Spokane’s historic Browne’s Addition. The Museum
was recently renovated and reopened in December 2001. Currently, the Museum has more than
96,000 visitors annually.
The Society raises over $1 million annually through various activities and events and operates on
an annual operating budget of approximately $3 million. The Society has 48 employees and
approximately 2,900 members. The Board consists of a maximum of 35 members elected for
three-year terms by the Society membership. The Board elects a President to a two-year term
and the remaining officers to a one-year term
The above information is from the State Auditors (Audit Report Search) webpage
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Name Job Title Salary(monthly or hourly) ABRAHAMSON, HEIDI N MUSEUM ASSISTANT 11.52 APPELMANN, GEORGE D WMS BAND 2 4138 ARBOGAST, HEIDI L CURATOR 1 15.95 BAKER, SAMUEL E GENERAL REPAIRER 2841 BARRETT, MERTIE M WMS BAND 2 4690 BELISLE, CAROL A FINANCIAL ANAL 1 3059 BERENSTEIN, IRIS CURATOR 1 13.87 BERTIS, LORETTA M CCG-COMM,LIB,HUM 2841 BOURQUIN, JACK R CUSTODIAN 1827 BRUM, DAVID M VOL RES COORD 2911 BUDIG, MARY A OFFICE ASST 12.93 CAMERON, DOLORES A RECPTONST GUIDE 12.63 CAMERON, JOYCE M WMS BAND 1 4690 CASSERINO, CHRISTOPH MUSEUM ASSISTANT 11.52 DENVER, KATHERINE E RECPTIONIST GUIDE 10.04 DREXEL III, JOHN R WMS BAND 1 3675 EAKER, ALLEN G SECURITY GUARD 1 2053 ELDREDGE, BRUCE B DIRECTOR 6537 GENTIS, DOUGLAS R CUSTODIAN 2100 HARDESTY, RYAN M CCG-COMM,LIB,HUM 2775 HARRIS, GINA M OFFICE ASST SR 2053 HENDRICKSON, EDWARD MUSEUM AIDE 11.01 HOLLOMAN, MICHAEL J WMS BAND 1 4299 KLEWIN, ANDREA J OFFICE ASST 10.5 LARKIN, PATRICIA A CURATOR 1 2775 MAJOR, KRISTINE M CURATOR 2 3549 MATHESON, TISA W MUSEUM ASSISTANT 2198 MATTHEWS, CHARLOTTE FISCAL TECH 2303 MILLER, MILES ROOSEV MUSEUM AIDE 10.5 MORSMAN, LORI E OFFICE ASST 2198 MORTON, YVONNE C WMS BAND 1 3130 O NEILL JR, PETER J SECURITY GUARD 1 2053 PAVLENKO, VLADIMIR V CARETAKER 1915 PEONE, GENA M MUSEUM ASSISTANT 12.63 QUEEN, LINDA L CONF. SECRETARY 2888 ROONEY, MARSHA E CURATOR 2 3549 SANKARI, MICHELLE RE OFFICE ASST 10.5 SCHOONOVER, LARRY WMS BAND 2 4690 SLIGER KRAUSE, ROSE CCG-COMM,LIB,HUM 2249 SMELTZER, BARBARA AN OFFICE ASST 11.01 SMITH, GERALD E RESOURCE DEV OFF 3059 THAYER, LAURA G CURATOR 2 3549 TURNER, PETER A IT SYSTEMS SPEC 3549 WAHL, VALERIE L CURATOR 1 2911 WALKER, ANN N OFFICE ASST 11.01 WIERICH, JOCHEN CURATOR 2 3549By clicking on the rainbow colored square icon, you can see information about the people who look at these webpages. These statistics report meters are free to anybody.
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