Peabody Museum Acquisitions

The Peabody Museum creates knowledge through the study and acquisition of world-class archaeological and ethnographic collections. Acquisitions, through gift, bequest, and purchase, support the Museum’s mission of the documentation, preservation, and study of human origins, prehistory, historic cultures, and contemporary societies. For information on how to donate collections to the Museum, click here.


Lidded trinket basket, Elizabeth Hickox (Wiyot), Upper Klamath River, Ten Eyck, California, 1913 or earlier. Gift of Lewis H. Farlow, 1913. Photo by Hillel Burger. PM 13-9-10/8396.