Burien Library Northwest Collection
Contact the librarian in charge of the Northwest Collection:
400 SW 152nd St.
Burien, WA 98166
The Northwest Collection at the Burien Library is the largest concentration of Northwest history materials in the King County Library System. Books, periodicals, maps, microform, vertical files, audio/video materials, and local yearbooks are shelved in open stacks. The Collection is generously supported by funding from the Burien Library Guild.
- The life and culture of the Northwest's native peoples
- Northwest exploration and the westward movement
- The history of Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia
- The life, history, and culture of the Central Puget Sound Region
- The history of other areas as it pertains to Washington State
Eagle Landing, 2009, by Kathleen Fugé-Brown (painting commisioned for the Burien Library Northwest Collection by the Burien Library Guild)