Your tax-deductible gifts enable us to care for our unique collection, create dynamic exhibits, and provide educational and entertaining programs for children and adults.
Checks should be made payable to:
Historical Foundation of Hillsborough and Orange County
and mailed to:
201 N. Churton Street
Hillsborough, NC 27278
Please provide your mailing address and email with the check and let us know if you are making the gift in memory or honor of someone special.
Thank you to the Friends of the Museum for their support
Tonya and Jeff Brami
Steven Burke and Randy Campbell
Kaye and Joe Crawford
Catherine A. and Guido DeMaere
Glenn an Lizzie Dicker
Ernest and Suzanne Dollar
Owen Gwyn Jr
The Haverland Family
Debi Kadis Carmean
Vicky Kruckeberg and Carl Nold
Stefanie Levinson and Jake Bialos
Thierry and Lisa Murad
Pam Schwingl and Pat Mann
Marcena Ver Ploeg
1941 Hillsboro High School Ring donated by John L. Snipes
and Elgin Pocket Watch donated by Rebecca Wall
The museum collects items related to the history of Orange County and
we are delighted to accept new artifacts into our collection.
The museum does not have a chronological cut-off date for acquisitions.
The Orange County Historical Museum assumes that the donors and vendors are the sole and lawful owners of materials being donated or sold. The museum takes no responsibility in establishing ownership prior to or subsequent to a donation or purchase.
All donations are subject to formal approval by the Exhibits Committee of the Board of Directors. Upon acceptance, the material becomes outright and unconditionally owned by the museum and may be used in any manner within the professional discretion of the Orange County Historical Museum. This may include the eventual disposal through deaccessioning from the permanent collection if deemed necessary according to Collections Policy guidelines.
The Orange County Historical Museum cannot agree to exhibit material permanently, keep material permanently, or guarantee donor acknowledgement with material on exhibition or in other uses.
When the Orange County Historical Museum accepts an item into its collection it pledges to care and preserve the object to the best of its ability in perpetuity and provide access to the public when it does not endanger the safety of the item.