Anyone can be a member of the Roseville Historical Society. Memberships are annual and include, individual for $25, family for $30, and corporate for $100. The CarnegieMuseum also accepts monetary donations and historical artifacts.
From Roseville Historical Society archives, a check written by Roseville citizen Charles W. Decater in 1918
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Become a member of the Roseville Historical Society
The Roseville Historical Society appreciates your membership. As a non-profit organization we rely on your support to continue to serve the public in our endeavors to preserve and protect the history of Roseville.
Single membership is only $25 per year. If you are a household with multiple members we encourage you to increase your membership to the household level at $35 per year. This also gives you voting capability of two votes in our board member elections.
The corporate level membership of $100 shows support of our efforts at the business level, which we highly value. When this level of membership is desired, we will work with you individually as a corporation to ensure we meet your level of interest of involvement with the Society.
All memberships receive our bi-monthly newsletter, updates regarding board activities, and early announcements of events.
Thank you for supporting the Roseville Historical Society!
Donate money or collectables to the Roseville Historical Society
COLLECTIONS AND POLICIES
The Roseville Historical Society welcomes donations to the Carnegie Museum. Items should be Roseville related and preferably have a direct link to a Roseville family or business. A Collections and Policies committee reviews each donation and makes the decisions about display and archiving.
Our collection of artifacts is large and varied. With a nod to our railroad past, one room in the museum is completely dedicated to our local train history. Other areas include a small military display, historic medical and musical instruments, as well as kitchen items and tools that played an important part of our past. Early Roseville maps and documents, along with 100 years of Roseville newspapers are available in our archives.