The Freedom Heritage Museum is interested in collecting and preserving the history of the Evansville Tri-State area around the time of the Second World War with a focus on the contributions of both individuals (people who were born, or raised in this area, or were residents of this area during the war) and groups (businesses, factories, corporations, and organizations based in the area during the war) in the area to the war. The collections include both objects and documentation.
Artifacts accepted into the collection generally meet the following basic criteria:
1) The artifact must have a documented significance to the history of the Second World War.
2) The person donating the artifact must have a valid and/ or legal title to it.
3) The artifact must be in good and stable physical condition.
Does the Freedom Heritage Museum do appraisals?
No. The Freedom Heritage Museum does not provide authentication and appraisal services because the IRS regards museums as interested parties. Please consult an accredited appraiser in your area. To find a licensed appraiser in your area, contact the American Society of Appraisers, the International Society of Appraisers, or the Appraisers Association of American for a referral.
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