The Petaluma Historical Library and Museum is located in the former Carnegie Library.
The musuem building has a stained glass dome in the ceiling, above all of the exhibits.
The musuem has an exhibit on George F. McNear, one of the pioneers of Petaluma.
One of the paintings within the musuem is from a local artists that depicted the “progression” of the California population from primarily Native American to primary caucasian.
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