Linfield Anthropology Museum
The mission of the Linfield Anthropology Museum is to collect, preserve and exhibit objects of ethnographic and cultural importance. These tenets are to provide Linfield students with opportunities for training and practice within the field of museum work; to educate and engage the Linfield community and the general public through student-prepared exhibits; and facilitate an understanding of world cultures.
About the Collections
LAM has items of historic and cultural significance from a variety of world regions and time periods. Most of objects in the collections have been donated by alumni, faculty, staff and members of the community. The museum was officially established in 1987, but includes many objects that have been at Linfield since the early 20th century.
Time Periods/Regions Represented
- Ancient Mediterranean/Rome, Greece, Anatolia
- Pre-Inca & Inca/Andean
- Classic Maya/Central America
- 19th & Early 20th Century/Cameroon
- 19th & Early 20th Century/ Turkey
- Historic period/Europe, Nepal, India, Japan & Korea
- Prehistoric/North & South America
- Historic/ Northwest Coast, North American Plains, American Southwest
Hours: Mon-Friday, 8-5
Admission: free & open to the public