Thank you to these organizations for your generosity toward the museum!
The Jarman Baby Book is a publication about the history of the babies born at Jarman Hospital in Tuscola, Il.
The hardcover book with dust jacket is 648 pages. The cost is only $10.00 per book. If you would like to purchase a book and have it shipped to you, there is an additional $9.00 cost. Please make checks payable to Douglas County Museum. Please also write on the check "Jarman Baby Book." Checks can be mailed to:
Douglas County Museum
700 S. Main St.
Tuscola, IL 61953
The Douglas County Museum is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that runs on the donations of individuals and businesses. Please consider making a donation to the museum so that we may continue to serve the people of and visitors to Douglas County for current and future generations. All donations are tax-deductible. To donate using Paypal, click on the link above! You can also shop on Amazon and support the museum at the same time! Just click on the Amazon Smile box above.
Membership is a great way to help the Museum with a small yearly fee. A membership to the Museum gets you discounts on events, programs, and rentals. You will also get a monthly newsletter and other important announcements by email or post office mail. Most importantly, you are supporting a local non-profit and the care of important artifacts so they are around for generations to come!
You may also pay your membership dues through Paypal. Just click on the donate button!
Download a Membership Form!
Do you have an item that fits the Museum's mission statement that you feel would be of value to have in our collection? Please call or stop in and see us at the Museum.
There is a form for you to fill out giving us temporary custody of your item after which the item will go before our Collection's Committee and our Board of Trustees. If we feel it fits our mission and we are able to properly store and care for the item, we will have you fill out a Deed of Gift. Please make sure you have the time to fill out paperwork.
*Note: Due to space and coverage, we are not accepting any World War II dress uniforms at this time into the collection.
Do you have an interest in historical research, collections management, educational programming, or something else? There are many different volunteer and internship job openings at the museum. We are very flexible as to when and how often you can come in. If you can donate your time for events only, maybe once a month, or can come every week, we will work with you to find the right job.
We currently could use someone with carpentry skills for making basic slotted storage shelving!
Stop in and see our Director, Anna, or feel free to get in touch with us using the Contact Form. We look forward to hearing from you!
There are many ways that you can help the museum provide for the people of and visitors to Douglas County. Whether you make a financial contribution, volunteer your time, become a member, attend an event, submit a pledge, serve on a committee, or just come on in and see us, you are helping the museum succeed and continue to grow for future generations to be able to enjoy.