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Join GLAHS by becoming a Member

Click here to go to the Membership page

Donate for Grand Lake’s History

All donations for the Grand Lake Area Historical Society help to support the work of the society in preserving the historic buildings, artifacts and papers regarding the people, places and events of Grand Lake and the Grand Lake area.




Donate Online

Make a Donation to GLAHS: Click the Donate button to the right to contribute to GLAHS online. Enter the Donation Amount and the total will be updated to reflect your donation total. You can then use the “Continue” button under the section titled “Don’t have a PayPal account?” or you can log into your PayPal account. All major credit cards are accepted, as well as PayPal funds, and payments are safe and secure through PayPal.




Donate to the Smith Eslick Cottage Camp Project: You can donate specifically to the Smith Eslick Cottage Camp project by using the Donate button to the right. Enter the Donation Amount and the total will be updated to reflect your donation total. You can then use the “Continue” button under the section titled “Don’t have a PayPal account?” or you can log into your PayPal account. All major credit cards are accepted, as well as PayPal funds, and payments are safe and secure through PayPal.

Donations may be made anytime through ColoradoGives.org.  Every year, Colorado Gives picks one day in December to have a fund drive over a 24 hour period, called Colorado Gives Day. It’s a great time to make your end of the year donations or for any Grand Lake Area Historical Society projects.

 

Donate by Mail
Click here to download the Pledge Form to fill out with payment information and preferences.
Mail the completed form with your payment to:
Grand Lake Area Historical Society
PO Box 656
Grand Lake, Colorado 80447

Donate by Visiting the Museum
Admission to the Kauffman House Museum is $5 per person (free for Members). Children 12 and under are admitted free.

Donate Artifacts
Donations of artifacts and personal photographs and papers will be reviewed by the board with our accession policy for acceptance. Because we have limited space, items should have some relevance to Grand Lake area history.

In 2007, the museum received the doll collection of Rosemary Kauffman Wilkin. A number of the dolls are displayed in the museum and others will be on display for special events. We have also received from the Collins family many items from Rosemary’s Grand Lake home.

The family of Paul Gilbert has donated a valuable collection of photographs and slides of the history of Grand County.

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Make a donation or become a Grand Lake Area Historical Society member. With your help, the efforts to preserve and protect Grand Lake area's heritage will continue to move steadily forward... READ MORE

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Share your story or read other stories about Grand Lake, Colorado. Help contribute to Grand Lake’s historical records. Tell us all about your history in Grand Lake... READ MORE

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Get directions to the Kauffman House Museum and Smith Eslick Cottage Camp, as well as the Administration Office. See our museum hours, locations and contact information... READ MORE