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Making a Donation to the Museum
The committee is always looking to accept new donations to the museum. If you have an item that you would consider donating to the museum, feel free to contact one of the committee members. Even if you feel it may not be of significant interest to anyone other than your family, please consider the museum as a way to share your family’s history.

Nothing Too Small or Too Large to Donate
Examples of items we have at the museum include one of our largest acquisitions, a 1958 Seagrave fire truck used by the Maryville Fire Department, and some of the smaller items are time cards from the Donk Coal Mine. Nothing is too large or too small for consideration. Old pictures and letters are welcome as an acquisition even if you just allow the committee to make a copy for display.

Example of Items to Donate / Loan
Other items to consider donating or loaning to the museum include:
  • Baseball items
  • Business items
  • Farming items
  • Gardening items
  • Household items
  • Mining items
  • Photos of Maryville school classes, clubs, and organizations

Do not throw an old box of things away until you have contacted someone on the museum committee!

The Village of Maryville