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Join us as we embark on an exciting year of projects, programs, publications, and preservation efforts. To make a secure online tax-deductible donation with a credit card, please click the button above. You may note the level of membership ($20 individual, $35 family) or your donation over those amounts by using the “Add special instructions to the seller” link on the last online page. Thank you for your support!

Join online

Membership in North Yarmouth Historical Society entitles you to notification of events and programs and a subscription to The Gazette. Thank you!


Membership Level
Joining or Renewing?



Join by mail

If you would prefer to mail your membership application, you can use the form below. Just download and print it and mail to us with the appropriate amount.

NYHS Membership Application

Donate

Giving to North Yarmouth Historical Society at a higher level helps us reach out to all ages with projects, programs, publications, and preservation efforts. Your gift automatically entitles you to membership benefits: notification of events and programs and a subscription to The Gazette. Thank you!




 

Donate items

Many of our documents and artifacts have been donated to North Yarmouth Historical Society, and we are deeply grateful to our donors.

If you own items that you think might be appropriate for our collections we would love to hear from you.

Please note that all items must support our mission of collecting material that is related to the history and culture of North Yarmouth, and not duplicate other items already in our collections. We are looking for items that are associated with individuals, buildings, businesses, and other organizations with North Yarmouth connections. We might also be interested in items that could be used in exhibits—farm related items, period books or objects.

We will take “temporary custody” of your donation and a final Gift Form will be signed by both you and NYHS, whereby you will transfer full title to North Yarmouth Historical Society.

The IRS considers it to be a conflict of interest for collecting institutions to supply monetary appraisals for items donated to their collections, so it is the donor’s responsibility to obtain such an appraisal if you so desire. We can supply a list of appraisers to contact, if you need such services. We supply this list as a service, and it should not be construed as an endorsement of any person or business.