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Show Your Civic Pride and
Commitment to Preserving Our History


Become a Museum Member

Your Membership Dollars Support
  • Operation & Maintenance
  • Special Events, Lectures & Presentations
  • Preservation of Historic Documents & Photos
  • New Exhibits


Benefits of Membership
  • Free Museum Admission
  • Free or Reduced Admission to Special Events
  • Discount on Gift Shop Purchases
  • Biannual Newsletter
  • Advance Notice and Invitation to Special Events

Membership Levels

         Individuals
Individual   $15  / Year
Couple       $20  / Year
Family       $25  / Year

Golden Supporter $100  / Year

Organization / Business
Lead             $   30
Zinc              $   50
Silver           $ 100
Gold             $ 500
Platinum  $ 1,000 or more


Make Checks Payable to: "Staff House Museum"

Membership payments & other Donations can be sent to:

The Staff House Museum
P.O. Box 783
Kellogg, ID 83837

The Shoshone County Mining & Smelting Museum is registered with the State of Idaho as a nonprofit corporation and qualifies under IRS Code Section 501 (C) (3) as an educational organization.
State of Idaho tax code at chapter 30 of title 63 also provides tax credits for contributions to the museum.


Consider Planned Giving

There are many options for Planned Giving

  • Bequest: Leave a legacy by making a gift through your will
  • Donate a Life Insurance Policy or name the Shoshone County Mining & Smelting Museum as beneficiary.
  • Contribute to the Staff House Renovation Fund

Planned Giving helps ensure the long-term financial health of the Museum and helps you plan your philanthropy in the context of your personal financial situation.






Museum Market Place

Memorial Bricks still available at the Compressor

          
            

    


We still have a limited number of memorial brick locations available at the East end of the Compressor display.
These can be purchased for $60.00 per brick with a check made out to "Staff House Museum".

Text is limited to 2 lines consisting of 17 letters and spaces per line.

To order send your requested text neatly printed along with your check to:

Shoshone County Mining & Smelting Museum
P.O. Box 783
Kellogg, ID 83837

Be sure to include your Name, Address and day time phone; and or e-mail address.
New bricks are installed every 30 to 60 days weather and engraving schedule permitting.





Books For Sale


Our Gift Shop offers a good selection of books on
mining & local history and several by local authors.


Jackie Fields has penned an excellent memoir on pioneer woman Jessie Colby
set against the back drop of the 1910 fire that impacted much of the Inland Northwest.


Jackie is a board member and long time museum supporter.
All profits from this book go to the museum.

To order online click below.

http://www.thebookpatch.com/BookStore/jessie-colby-and-the-great-pine-creek-fire-of-1910/fd60eacc-0839-4d34-b7fc-f60d0002020f?isbn=9781620301654

       Jessie Colby and the
Great Pine Creek Fire of 1910
               $6.95


Uncle Bunker is Back

Ray Chapman's "Uncle Bunker" has been reprinted and is now available at the Gift Shop for $18.85 plus tax.
100% of profits from this book go to the Museum.

Find these and others in the Gift Shop