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Help make history! Be a part of creating the first Northwest Airlines collections at the Delta Air Transport Heritage Museum.
You may not realize it, but we collect not only the records and memorabilia of Delta Air Lines, but also those of the airlines that have merged with Delta in the past. Please help us build a Northwest collection and save the history of this important airline.
Benefits of donating your artifacts to the Delta Museum:
Any and all items from Northwest, Republic, and its airline family are welcome! Uniforms, meal service items, airplane models, print ads and other promotional items, timetables, employee and onboard magazines, annual reports—anything you think can help us tell the story of Northwestâ€™s pioneering history would be greatly appreciated.
To make a donation, please contact Archives Manager Marie Force at (404) 714-2371 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to Spirit tours, the Museum offers interior tours of the DC-3 on the second Tuesday of each month at noon.
Unable to visit when the aircraft are open? Take a self-guided tour! Tour brochures are located throughout the hangars.
Museum admission is free of charge, but donations of $5 per person are greatly appreciated. Anyone interested in visiting, but does not have appropriate ID to get onto the Delta campus should contact the Museum at (404) 773-1219 or email@example.com.
The Delta Air Transport Heritage Museum is your source for vintage Delta merchandise. However, if we can't meet your shopping needs, please visit www.shopformuseums.com, an online shopping fundraising tool that's free to use at your favorite online retailers, including even Delta Air Lines. By making online purchases with participating retailers through www.shopformuseums.com, a percentage of your purchase total will be donated to the Delta Heritage Museum. If you're going to shop online, why not do some good in the process?