First and foremost, please accept our sincere thanks for your support. If you are a new donor, we welcome you into our organization. Thanks to you and others like you, we have grown in recent years, extending the History Center’s outreach to even more members of our community by offering new programs, exhibits, activities and special events.
Each year, we serve on the average of 3,500 residents, visitors and researchers. We serve all age groups from students to seniors. We have collaborative programs with the Cloverdale schools and the local service clubs. The Speaker Series Program and Forthright and Female Lecture Series are unique and on par with much larger Sonoma County museums. In 2014, we joined the international community in the commemoration of the start of World War One. Now, we hope you will join us in reaching our goals by giving generously. You will receive a receipt for your tax-deductible donation for tax purposes. We are a 501 (C) (3) Corporation, Tax I.D. # 68-0047998.
We have many fine programs under way and more planned – but we need your support. The Annual Appeal supports everything we do providing reliable funding for operating costs and programs..
One Time Donation
Digitization of the Historic Cloverdale Reveille
For some time we have been interested in digitizing the Cloverdale Reveille, the weekly newspaper that has continuously published and served Cloverdale from 1878 to the present. If we don’t act soon, we will lose this precious journalistic record of the past. We have made it our goal this year to raise funds to digitize the Reveille! Support our Historic Cloverdale Reveille Newspaper Digitization Project!
The Cloverdale Reveille has been published weekly since 1878. Today, the Cloverdale Regional Library has microfilm for some issues but the equipment is now marginally operational and the microfiche is deteriorating. The Historical Society has the original newsprint for most of the issues but the condition is too fragile to withstand handling. Not only would it be desirable to convert to more recent technology but specifically to a digitized version which is searchable by proper names, subject headings and other criteria. There is a wealth of information in each weekly paper and the historic issues give an insight into ordinary life in Cloverdale that will be lost forever. We appreciate your help in pursuing this important project.
Mail or Telephone Donation
Please send checks to:
Cloverdale Historical Society
215 N Cloverdale Blvd
Cloverdale, CA 95425
Or call us at: (707) 894-2067