Traveling Trunk

Reservation Form

The Holocaust Resource Pack
The Front Lines: A Soldier's Life in World War II
World War II on the Home Front
Georgia in World War II
Propaganda and Political Cartoon
Women in World War II
American Hero: Franklin D. Roosevelt (3rd Grade)
American Hero: Eleanor Roosevelt (3rd Grade)

Traveling Trunk Rules and Regulations

  • Trunks may be used by any school, religious institution, home school group, public institution,
    or other organization for educational purposes.
  • Trunks must be requested at least 7 days in advance. Trunks are available on a first-come,
    first-served basis. A member of the museum staff will contact you to confirm the details of your reservation.
  • Trunk reservations may be made up to one year in advance. Trunks may be borrowed for a period
    of 1-30 days.
  • Organizations may borrow a trunk and a traveling exhibit simultaneously.
  • Trunks must be used with adult supervision and stored in a secure location.
  • The individual who signs the trunk reservation form is responsible for the safety and use of
    trunk contents.
  • The individual who signs the trunk reservation form agrees to report any damage to or loss
    of trunk contents, and agrees to pay for replacement contents if needed.
  • The borrower agrees to not hold the Museum of History and Holocaust Education liable for any
    injury or harm that results from the use of the trunk or its contents.
  • The trunk should be returned with contents packed correctly in accordance with the packing
    instructions included with each trunk.
  • Unless alternative arrangements are made in advance, the borrower is responsible for returning the trunk
    to the museum on the last day of the reservation.

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