Polson Museum The building, erected in 1924, was designed with twenty-six rooms, with six bathrooms and four fireplaces. The Polsons lived in the mansion to 1965 when they left their Hoquiam home for Seattle. Widowed in 1968, Mrs. Polson donated the
Built in 1928, Hoquiam’s 7th Street Theatre is one of the few remaining atmospheric-style theatres on the West Coast. The theatre’s unique interior, adopted from the works of John Eberson, transforms the interior into a simulated open-air playhouse w
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