July 9, 2020



COVID-19 Community Documentation Project

Saturday, May 23

The Harbor Springs Area Historical Society is committed to preserving materials that will help future historians, residents & visitors make sense of these uncertain times. They are seeking donations of items like written accounts of day-to-day life, scrapbooks, journals, letters; photographs – showing yard signs, grocery store shelves, family activities, daily life; artifacts – cloth masks, empty hand sanitizer bottles, items from local businesses, etc. Set the items aside & donate to the Harbor Springs History Museum at a later date. Any questions can be sent to: beth@harborspringshistory.org.

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