Objects, photos, videos, music, audio recordings, documents, or stories of historical significance to Sault Ste Marie, or the Algoma region
Artifacts that we don't already have in our collection
COVID-19 related stories, artwork, or artifacts to be used in years to come
Think you have something you can see in the museum?
Send and email to our Assistant Curator, Ric Datson, firstname.lastname@example.org. What to include in the email:
Your name & phone number
A picture of the item you wish to donate
A written physical description
As much historical significance you know about the item
We are collecting history being made right here, right now!
COVID-19 Rapid Responce
The Sault Ste. Museum is looking for your help in documenting the COVID-19 pandemic and how it is affecting the people and communities in the Algoma District. The Sault Ste. Marie Museum aims to collect the stories and artifacts of the city of Sault Ste. Marie and the Algoma District, with emphasis on items that were made by or used by our community. We are looking for your help to document and illustrate how COVID-19 has affected us close to home. While everyday has become a significant time in our personal history, we are asking for your help to document this time.
We don’t have a single artifact or document in our collection on the subject. We know that there is a loud and proud LGBTQ+ community in the Sault and there has been for many years but our collection doesn't represent that.
If you have a story, documents, photos, digital items or physical objects you want to share or donate please email email@example.com
These donations help us keep the museum running and provide education and the preservation of our local history. If you would like to make a monetary donation you can click one of the buttons below. (The first will bring you to our website, the other will direct you to our partnership Giving Tuesday page)