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The School of Earth & Environmental Sciences at Washington State University has three Geology museum displays. The museum display most requested to visited is the Jacklin Collection. The School also has on display The Culver Study Memorial and the S. Elroy McCaw Fluorescent Mineral Display.
Hours:The public may view the collections from Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM, during the academic year. Summer hours are from 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM.
Location:All three of the museum displays are in the Kate B. Webster Physical Science Building on the Washington State University campus.
- The Culver Study Memorial is located in the foyer inside the entrance to the building.
- The Jacklin Collection is located in the Harold E. Culver Memorial Room (Room 124).
- The S. Elroy McCaw Fluorescent Mineral Display is located just inside the curtained area in the Harold E. Culver Memorial Room (Room 124).
Tours:Guided tours and/or weekend tours are available by special arrangement. Please call the School of Earth & Environmental Sciences at (509) 335-3009 or e-mail the School (firstname.lastname@example.org). Back to top