Governor Gary Locke Library & Community Heritage Center
Learn more about our exhibitions and Asian Pacific American history, art, and culture in the Governor Gary Locke Library & Community Heritage Center. Browse through books, access our Collections, and even record your own history.
FREE to the public by appointment — admission fee to The Wing not required.
At The Wing, you have access to more than 18,000 resources and materials including books, periodicals, oral and video histories, photographs, historic documents and other artifacts related to the history, culture, and art of Asian Pacific Americans. All library and collections materials must be viewed onsite. Located on the third floor of The Wing.
Online Access to Collections:
Contact us: call 206.623.5124 ext 117 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment or to reserve the Oral History Lab.
Contact us if you find something that you would like to see in person or need help with a research project.
Featured Item from The Wing's Collection
Fay Chong is known for his work on the Works Progress Administration, producing several hundred art pieces for the project. His works have been exhibited locally and nationally, and he is also known as a community art activist and educator. This is a self portrait of the artist created by using a linoleum blockprint.