The Langley Centennial Museum currently maintains a collection of over 9000 photographs, 2000 archival documents, 9000 objects, 500 works of art, and 300 oral history recordings. This collection, spanning hundreds of years, is a wonderful window on the past and present life of our community.
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The artifact collection was started in 1928-29 by a voluntary organization, the Native Sons of British Columbia, who purchased the last remaining building at the Hudson's Bay Company Fort Langley and ran it as Langley’s first museum. Today our collection continues to have a strong community focus.
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