NARM Quarterly Spring 2020 | Page 15

New Members

E.B. Dunn Historic Garden Trust (Dunn Gardens)

Seattle, Washington


The 7-acre gardens were part of the estate of Arthur and Jeannette Dunn, who purchased the land for their summer home. James Dawson, of the Olmsted Brothers firm, was commissioned to emphasize the natural features of the land, taking advantage of the gradual slope of the property to emphasize the sweeping views of Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains. The original landscape remains, complete with curving paths, drives, and a great lawn, in addition to the E.B. Dunn Woodland Garden. Designed by Arthur’s son Edward, the 2.5-acre woodland garden is forested with firs and deciduous trees planted by Dunn, along with a variety of other woodland plantings.

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU

Pullman, Washington


The new Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU is more than a place to view and experience art. The design, by Jim Olson of Olson Kundig and prominent campus location, increases access to the arts for the entire Inland Northwest region. It is designed as a beacon for the arts, inviting visitors to experience the vitality of art at Wahington State University.

East Troy Railroad Museum

East Troy, Wisconsin


The East Troy Railroad Museum and tourist railway offers a scenic 14-mile round-trip train ride on historic electric trolleys, streetcars and interurban cars on the last remaining segment of the Milwaukee Electric Railway & Light Company system. Visitors can experience the history of train travel as it was 100 years ago.