Talmadge Anderson Heritage House
935 B Street, Pullman, WA 99163
The Talmadge Anderson Heritage House (TAHH) is named for its founder, retired Professor Talmadge Anderson, and houses a collection of art, books, and music that celebrates African/African American heritage. Established in 1975, the TAHH finally has a permanent home at 935 B Street and currently provides meeting space for community, student, faculty and staff organizations to plan and host events. The TAHH serves as the administrative hub for the Culture and Heritage Houses staff, and provides office space for the Diversity Education program. A multimedia classroom is also housed at the facility.
To secure a reservation please contact 509-339-6172 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Occupancy: 35
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Wireless internet
- Projector (by request)
- Training Room (VHS/DVD, document camera, computer, laptop hook-up, projector, screen)
- Equipment for gatherings including folding tables and chairs
- Event assistance and support staff