One of the interesting details to be found in The Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum is the doorknobs. The knobs on the front door and all the interior doors in the public areas are noticeably small. Architect Foster Dunwiddie chose these doorknobs on box locks because they are representative of hardware from an earlier era. The steeple-tipped brass hinges on the doors were chosen for the same reason.
These little details lend the museum its historic character.
Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of The Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum.