It consists of objects that testify to family life and its organization (deeds, wills, various accounts, chronicles, correspondence, baptisms, marriage certificates…). The collection of social organization of habitation shows housing as a reflection of gender, kinship, economic and other relations, habitation in relation to other aspects of culture (religion, for example), etc. The childhood collection within this collection keeps items related to children up to the adolescent period, which cannot be classified in any of the listed collections (baby carriage, walkers, school bags, backpacks, etc.). This collection includes a collection of nutrition (includes traditional and modern knowledge and skills related to food preparation and consumption (recipe notebooks, cookbooks…). There are also sub-collections: social life of the local community, social organizations, social gatherings (objects derived from traditional and modern forms of social gatherings: fairs, mobs, various types of parties and social games, protests, strikes…). The collection includes 121 items.