Arts & Culture

April 3, 2011 12:00 AM

Native design, 1950s craft

In a tiny gallery at the back of the Washington State History Museum, a small, quiet moment in time has been captured. It's a time when the Arts and Crafts movement was still alive and when the Nisqually Flats was home to artists instead of the thundering lanes of Interstate 5.

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