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Museum Items Needed for Donation

Each year, around 180,000 visitors pass through the doors of Hill Aerospace Museum to experience the USAF legacy and the story of Hill AFB, American aviation, and flight in the State of Utah. Many of these people are drawn to the museum's exhibits, which often employ personally donated artifacts, documents, and photos to tell the stories of the people associated with our aircraft. The emotional impact of these exhibits is made possible especially through the generosity of individuals who donate personal effects that allow others to experience a visceral connection with a moment in history.

Each year, around 180,000 visitors pass through the doors of Hill Aerospace Museum to experience the USAF legacy and the story of Hill AFB, American aviation, and flight in the State of Utah. Many of these people are drawn to the museum's exhibits, which often employ personally donated artifacts, documents, and photos to tell the stories of the people associated with our aircraft. The emotional impact of these exhibits is made possible especially through the generosity of individuals who donate personal effects that allow others to experience a visceral connection with a moment in history.

Each year, around 180,000 visitors pass through the doors of Hill Aerospace Museum to experience the USAF legacy and the story of Hill AFB, American aviation, and flight in the State of Utah. Many of these people are drawn to the museum's exhibits, which often employ personally donated artifacts, documents, and photos to tell the stories of the people associated with our aircraft. The emotional impact of these exhibits is made possible especially through the generosity of individuals who donate personal effects that allow others to experience a visceral connection with a moment in history.

Many visitors, veterans, and museum supporters express a desire to donate these and other kinds of gifts to the museum in order to help us perform our mission of preserving and interpreting Air Force and Hill AFB history well into the future. The museum welcomes and appreciates such donations.

The museum would like to obtain the following items to support our exhibit and educational plans. If you can help by donating any of these objects, please contact the museum at (801) 777-6818.

  -- items related to early aviation in Utah
  -- World War II era barracks lockers, desks, tables, chairs, and bunks
  -- World War II bomb carts/trailers