DAYTON, Wash. — Women’s clothing from the Dayton Historic Depot and Boldman House collections are on display during “Making an Impression: Daily Wear in Dayton, 1890-1989.”

The clothing, which is arranged by time period, will be accompanied by foundation garments, hats and purses. The exhibit provides cultural information on each decade and a discussion on how fashions changed during that time period. The exhibit opened Feb. 1 and continues through March 31.

The exhibit is funded by grants from the Warren Foundation and the Pacific Power Foundation. Additional artifacts are on loan from Lorna Barth, Sylvia Beuhler, Christine Broughton and Mary Luce.

The Dayton Historic Depot is located at 222 E. Commercial Ave. Hours of admission are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday. For more information, call 509-382-2026.

Community Records Editor

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