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Saskatchewan LGBTQ2+ History Collection

The LGBTQ2+ History Collection is a permanent collection of objects telling stories about LGBTQ2+ life in Saskatchewan. The WDM is committed to preserving and sharing stories of the LGBTQ2+ communities history through this collection. This collection will be used for exhibits, research and education.

The Museum believes that people’s lives are enriched by connecting with Saskatchewan’s diverse histories and that people gain a sense of place and belonging when their histories are shared through the WDM. With your help, we will support the collection, conservation and interpretation of the province’s LGBTQ2+ history.

We are looking for

  • Clothing and accessories
  • Event souvenirs
  • Activism and protest material
  • Flags and banners
  • Marriage and family documentation
  • Magazines, love letters and diaries
  • Your stories and ideas

Souvenir pin from the Imperial Sovereign Court of Regina’s Coronation. WDM-2017-S-43

How to donate material

Phone: WDM Curatorial Assistants at 1-306-934-1400 or email lgbtq2@wdm.ca

 

 


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