The museum is in the process of digitizing the entire collection of more than 10,000 items. Access is provided online. Brigham City Museum Online Collections Access.
Anyone wishing to view a specific artifact at the museum must submit a request to our collections specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org at least two weeks (ten business days) in advance of the requested visit date, with object identification numbers, the number of people who will be visiting, and the purpose of the visit (scholarly research, personal, etc.).
The purpose of this policy is to clarify the scope of the collections of the Box Elder Museum of Art, History, and Nature; define acquisition, care, management, and use of collections according to professional best practice standards; ensure interpretation in keeping with the mission of the museum; and maintain consistency in care and management through future staff changes.
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have historical significance in helping Brigham City to become the city it is today.
Mayor Dennis Fife started this project as a way to fill the gaps in the books on the history of Brigham City. Prior books have been good attempts at recording the basics of local history. But in most cases, they have lacked citations, and sometimes have included less than historical histories. They also have a tendency to peter out around 1900, as if nothing historical could possibly have happened since then.
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