Last updated: 11/22/2011
1600 Holloway Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94132
M-F 10-4 in the Hohenthaler Gallery only when school is in session
Y. Yamamoto, Museum Manager/director
Thor Anderson, Lecturer Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
Douglass Bailey, Professor Ph.D Cambridge University
The Museum was originally created as a lab to store specimens collected by the late Prof. Adan E. Treganza. Exhibitions of parts of the collection can be seen at the Hohenthaler Gallery. The museum itself is not open to the public.
anthropology, archaeology, archives, basketry, ceramics, costumes, ethnic & tribal art, ethnology, folk art, history, jewelry, painting, photography, prints/drawing, sculpture, textiles, works on paper, slides, records, tapes
exhibitions, children's classes, lectures, research
parking, wheelchair access, vi
$2 per day
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