The Capitol Furnishings Preservation Committee was formed in 1999 by statute “to promote and encourage the recovery and preservation of the original and historic furnishings of the state capitol group” as envisioned by architects Wilder and White. The Capitol Group includes the Legislative Building, Insurance Building, Temple of Justice, John A. Cherberg Building, John L. O'Brien Building and Irving Newhouse Building.
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Founder's Day Silent Auction and Reception
Come to the Founder's Day Silent Auction and Reception and support Capitol Furnishings Preservation. More information here:
MAJESTIC STATE CAPITOL
By Cathleen Norman
Available at the
Legislative Gift Shop (360-786-1889)
and Local Bookstores.
- all proceeds benefit the work of the Capitol Furnishings Preservation Committee.
“To promote and encourage the recovery and preservation of original and historic furnishings within the State Capitol Group for the enjoyment of future generations.”
Do you know of any furnishings you think might be original to the capitol campus? We are seeking lost treasures.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Details of where you can purchase gifts, locate items for preservation, or donate to support the work of the Capitol Furnishings Preservation Committee