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Donated Artifacts

Donate Artifacts to the Jim Crow Museum


The Jim Crow Museum is the largest publicly accessible collection of segregation and racist artifacts in the United States. These objects are used to teach tolerance and promote social justice. The Museum is free and open to the public; therefore, the Museum is largely dependent on donations-financial and in-kind-to enhance its work.

The Jim Crow Museum welcomes artifact donations that advance the Museum's mission. Acceptance of artifact donations is at the discretion of the staff.

If you would like to donate artifacts, please get in touch with us at [email protected] and include a photograph and any relevant information to assist with our review.

After accepting a donation, we will send paperwork, including a deed of gift and donation record, to acknowledge the donation. Please note that due to the number of donations we receive and the time-intensive nature of ensuring proper documentation, receipt of this paperwork may be delayed. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out.

Thank you for considering a donation to the Jim Crow Museum.

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