Contact & Donations


Thank you for visiting our website.

If you have questions or comments about the museum, or are interested in volunteering, you may contact us by, e-mail or phone. We welcome comments about our website, as well.

Donations – You can Help

Preserving and sharing our Nation’s history and Artifacts is an important aspect of keeping our Heritage and Patriotism alive.

 If you would like to help support this Museum and continue to teach our valuable Heritage to future generations, you can;

  • Shop in our on-line “store”.
  • Most financial proceeds go into the building fund.Make a financial donation. You can specify that it is for our building fund or restoration fund.
  • ‚ÄčThere are a couple of ways of donating monies to the Museum, you can send a check (contact us by email for address) or you can send money through PayPal to
  • Donate or help us find and preserve more artifacts to research, restore (if necessary), and display for educational benefit.
  • If you have a business, volunteer your services or products.

If you have anything to donate, the museum is a fully accredited N.P.O. (non-profit organization). We can provide Gift Letters with donations for your tax deductions. 

The museum is always looking for volunteers, consultants, financial assistance, corporate support, or anybody interested in preserving history.  If you are interested in volunteering you can call or email the museum.

Thank You to all Our Contributors

We would like to give our thanks and recognize the supporters of the Museum who have donated time, labor, or artifacts: Jerald Evans – Reliable Precision Machining, Polyrock – Sandblasters; Baghouse – Sheet Metal Fabricators; D&L Wire EDM; Greg Martin – who donated the Weasel; E. A. Patson Parts and Equipment – donated Weasel Parts; Ernest Stacey – donated Weasel Parts; World Class Restoration; Turner Auto Body; Dave Cumberland – donated original Artillery artifacts; All of our docents past & present for volunteering their time and service; Bill Dickey donated Spanish American war accoutrements; Fred Wardinsky donated Spanish American War accoutrements.