Annual or single gifts are an investment in long term preservation, education, and cultural presentations.  

 

Your annual gift could support any of the following:

$50 = One Elementary School Fieldtrip or Three Acid-Free Boxes for long-term preservation of historic photos

$100 = Can provide supplies for one Exhibit Installment in the City Finance Building for the public to enjoy.  Or, can provide support for one of our monthly historic presentations.

$500 = Can ensure the stability of the network and software that holds our collections catalogue. Or, provide the materials for three hands-on educational programs.

$1,000+  = Roof repair, exhibit installments, maintenance and repair of historic firetrucks.

 

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These examples are a few of the short term projects. Annual gifts support ongoing preservation and maintenance of historic properties including the 1927 Stone Church, the 1930s era Rebecca Dallis School House, and the 19c Weaver Pioneer Cemetery as well as the museum galleries and property.  Annual gifts also support ongoing reseach and exhibit development, educational programs, and cultural presentations.

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Newsletter Archives


Click on the links below view past newsletters. Active Musem Members receive current newsletters via mail or email. Join today to enjoy full benefits of membership!


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 2012 Newsletters


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About Independents Week - Local First Arizona 

Celebrating the 12th anniversary of National Independents Week, Sunday, June 29 through Sunday, July 6, 2014! During this week, we encourage you to "go local" by supporting as many locally owned businesses as possible. Join the thousands of consumers and hundreds of businesses who participate in this statewide celebration of the local and independent businesses that are the backbone of the Arizona economy. Local First Arizona.

 

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Membership

Become a member of the museum today to support historic preservation, exhibits, and educational and humanities programs. With your help, the Historical Society preserves unique documents, photographs, and artifacts, and makes them available for visitors and local families to enjoy! Your membership dues ensure continued museum operations, the development of new exhibits in the museum, new exhibits in the community, and special programs. Most importantly, as a member, you help to preserve memories of Casa Grande.

Join today to enjoy these member benefits!

  •  Free admission to the Museum
   
  •  The Historic Happenings quarterly newsletter
  •  10% discount in the Museum Store
 
  •  Guest passes for your visitors and friends
  •  Invitations to member-only events
 
  • Invitation to Annual Member Meeting
  •  Member pricing for museum events
 
  •  One free Historic Journal

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Membership Levels:

  • Family $50 annually
      • Standard benefits and 2 single-use guest passes
  • Sustaining $100 annually
      • Standard benefits and 4 single-use guest passes
  • Patron $250 annually
      • Standard benefits, 6 single-use guest passes, and one framed photograph replica from the museum collection
  • Benefactor $500 annually
      • Standard benefits, 6 single-use guest passes, one framed photograph replica from the museum collection,
        discount on educational programs, workshops, and events, recognition in all newsletters as a Benefactor
  • Gold $1,000 + annually
      • Standard benefits, 8 single-use guest passes, one framed photograph replica from the museum collection,
        discount on educational programs, workshops, and events, recognition in all newsletters as a Gold Sponsor

Your membership directly supports these important programs and preservation efforts:


Education


Every year more than 1,800 visitors explore the Museum and enjoy learning about the Casa Grande region. The Historical Society also sponsors a Speaker's Series, workshops, newspaper columns, guided museum tours, and educational programs.


Preservation


The Museum collection currently contains more than 16,000 artifacts and 22,000 photographs. The Society also maintains and preserves important local historical sites. These include Heritage Hall, which was built in 1927, the Rebecca Dallis School House a 1930s-era African-American school, and the Historical Cemetery on south Peart Road.

Museum & Exhibits

The Historical Society Museum is recognized as one of the best small museums in Arizona. New exhibits are developed annually as we attempt to provide a comprehensive look at our history, our people, and our heritage. We also provide temporary exhibits and exhibits at offsite locations in the community.


Reference, Research, Publishing


Researchers, including government agencies, businesses, authors, educators, and students, utilize our reference collection and research materials. The local newspaper consults our archives frequently to supplement its own historical records. In addition, the Historical Society publishes periodic scholarly journals.

 

 

Visit the Newsletter Archive

Current members receive print copies of newsletters and can opt to receive pdf copies emailed.  Both non-members and members have access to the newsletter archives of issues approximately 6 months after the print date.

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