Rights, Reproduction, and Use
Images from the collection are available for personal or commercial uses. All use of Museum collections are regulated through use agreements and a fee structure.
Researching at the Museum
An advance appointment is required for research at the Museum. Fees are associated with accessing the collection, photograph use, and photocopies.
Researchers are encouraged to start at Fox Valley Memory. Genealogists are encouraged to visit the Appleton Public Library and the Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives where family history is most available.
To schedule a research appointment, inquire about fee structures (or see below), and request a use agreement for images, please contact Curator Emily Rock at: firstname.lastname@example.org or
920-735-9370 x. 115.
The Museum holds artifacts and archival materials that document the social, cultural, economic and technological history of Appleton, the Lower Fox River Valley, and Outagamie County. International and national figures with ties to the area, such as Harry Houdini, are also represented with materials that shed light on their lives.
Altogether, the collection includes 20,000 3-D artifacts, 800 cubic feet of manuscripts, 2,000 volumes of published works, 350 maps, and 35,000 photographs that document regional history.
Appleton has the strongest representation in the collection.
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