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Support the Moravian Historical Society

We invite you to join us  in making a meaningful difference in the work of the Moravian Historical Society. Your tax-deductible contribution offers immediate resources that are directed to the current needs of the Moravian Historical Society, including support for our programs and for our talented staff.

Thank you for your dedication to our mission and all that you make possible!


Help preserve the past for future generations.

Whether through membership, donations, volunteerism, or sponsorship, your support enables us to care for our significant collection of more than 20,000 objects and rare documents, offer educational programs for youth, and present public scholarly programs on wide ranging topics.

  • Your $50 might provide funds for a child to attend Hands-On History Camp. 

  • Your $200 might support our community programming, such as the Annual Arts & Crafts Festival. 

  • Your $500 might provide resources to research and mount a special exhibition.

  • Your $1000 might assist in our ongoing efforts to digitize collections from the archives and make them available to researchers and the public.

  • Your $5000 might help conserve an historical item for our collection.

The Moravian Historical Society is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, EIN 24-6025569—contributions to which are tax deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law. The official registration and financial information of the Moravian Historical Society may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll-free within Pennsylvania. 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement. 


Are you interested in donating an item to our museum collection? Please contact our curator with questions or complete and return the form by clicking the button above.

Anne Elizabeth Frankenfield Howlett (1936-2024), passed away peacefully in Pullman, WA after a brief illness. She will be greatly missed by her family and the communities whose lives she touched.

She spent decades volunteering at the Moravian Historical Society and the Moravian Archives, happily organizing old manuscripts, poring over photographs, and assisting curators and researchers in preserving the history of her people.


In Memory of Anne Howlett

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