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1301 Officers RowVancouver, WA 98661


The Marshall House is located on Officer’s Row, and was built in 1886 as quarters for the Post Commander. The house was named for five-star General George C. Marshall who served as the commander of Vancouver Barracks from 1936-38. This elegant Queen Ann Victorian home is now available for public tours, as well as for private special events.

Volunteers are needed to greet visitors, answer the phone to response to inquiries, decorate the house for different seasons, and to give tours around the historic building.

The Marshall House is open for tours to the public Monday through Saturday from 9:00am until 5:00pm, unless a private event reserves the building.

Volunteers are scheduled depending on their availability.

Since the Marshall House is open to the public, feel free to stop by to see if this volunteer opportunity is something you would be interested in!


  • Public Speaking
  • Research
  • History
  • People Skills

Good Match For

Teens People 55+

Requirements & Commitment

  • Orientation or Training
  • Volunteer shifts are typically 5 hours long
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