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Museum to 'Add to the Archives' with orchard display

3:00 PM, Aug. 13, 2013
The north dormitory and cafeteria of the three-story Martin Orchard Building, then located on Reynolds Road (County HH) in the town of Sevastopol, is seen in this photo. The Door County Historical Museum is seeking items and help with identifications on artifacts related to orchards in Door County during an 'Add to the Archives' day Aug. 17.
The north dormitory and cafeteria of the three-story Martin Orchard Building, then located on Reynolds Road (County HH) in the town of Sevastopol, is seen in this photo. The Door County Historical Museum is seeking items and help with identifications on artifacts related to orchards in Door County during an 'Add to the Archives' day Aug. 17.
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The Door County Historical Museum will have one of its weeklong "Add to the Archives" events when it opens a "Door County Orchard Memories" display beginning Aug. 17.

The museum will collect any photos, related items or memories from people who were a part of those times and activities. These could be from someone's own picking days or from memories of other crews brought in to work. Photos can be scanned and the originals returned, and artifacts can be loaned to the museum for the duration of the exhibit.

These could include Native American, Jamaican and Mexican migrants who went from area to ...

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