December 21, 2011 in News
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Campbell House adds new exhibit

It’s a tradition to visit the Campbell House at Christmas time and the historic mansion is decorated for the holiday. The meticulously-preserved home reminds people of the life of ease available to the wealthy of the late 1890s and early 20th century Spokane. The Museum of Arts and Culture has added new exhibits to the home’s carriage house that sits beside the Kirtland Cutter mansion. In this video, Stefan Zacharias, the home’s interpretation coordinator, gives an overview of the exhibit, which includes D.C. Corbin’s luxurious carriage and a 1915 electric car.

Jesse Tinsley / The Spokesman-Review

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