The White River Valley Museum collects materials illustrating the history of the people who have lived in the White River Valley region of Washington State from the time of Native American settlement to the present, as well as items of state, national, and international history relevant to the history of the White River Valley region. The White River Valley region includes Auburn, Kent, Algona, Pacific, the Muckleshoot Reservation, and adjacent unincorporated areas.

If you have an item that you are interested in donating to the collection that fits this description, please fill out our Collections Donation Form below and let us know! We cannot accept every donation, but if your materials aren’t a good fit for our collection we will send you the contact information for other heritage organizations that may be interested in them.

Name *
Phone Number *
Phone Number
Mailing Address *
Mailing Address
Please describe the number and type of objects you are interested in donating. Please include dimensions of large objects.
Please describe the condition of the objects. If they are damaged, please describe what type of damage (ex: water damage, fire damage, missing piece) and how extensive the damage is.
How are these objects related to the White River Valley? Who owned/made/used them?
When and how did you acquire these objects? If you know who owned them before you, please also list that history.