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Construction Master Plan for the
Museum and Learning Center
at White Sands Missile Range

The Historical Foundationís primary mission is to raise money for a permanent Museum and Learning Center at White Sands Missile Range that will preserve and exhibit the artifacts and archival materials necessary to memorialize and document the events, organizations, corporations, and individuals who contributed to the history of outstanding achievements at White Sands Missile Range.

The Construction Master Plan developed for the Foundation by Studio D Architects provides a phased approach that accommodates expansion in approximately $1 million increments, ensures continuity of Museum operation with the addition of functionally complete increments and retention of the temporary Exhibit Hall until the start of Phase III construction.

Phase 0 is the completed Administration and Gift Shop addition that was jointly funded by the Foundation and White Sands Missile Range. The 7,971 square foot Phase I is an environmentally controlled Exhibit Hall and entrance lobby. Phase II provides a 10,948 Square foot additional Exhibit Hall space and a Theater. Phase III is a 8,743 square foot Resource and Learning Center, which will house the Archival Holdings and provide viewing and study areas for researchers and students.

Studio D Architects'
Museum Rendition
(click Images for large view)


Birdseye View from Headquarters Avenue


Museum Floor Plan


Rear Birdseye View

The vision of the Foundation is to raise $3 million for the expansion of the Museum and Learning Center at White Sands Missile Range. Its immediate goal is to raise $1 million for construction of the Master Planís Phase I. Your participation in this project will be greatly appreciated. The form linked at the bottom of this page can be used for memberships and donations, as well as, order books, DVDs, Logo Pins, Art Prints, and place orders for Signature Plaza bricks. Multi-year pledges are encouraged. Contact the Foundation President via e-mail at president@wsmr-history.org for information on Planned Giving.

Memberships

Individual Foundation memberships of $25 or more per year include a 10% discount at the Museum Gift Shop and a Quarterly Newsletter.  Click Here for Membership/Donation Form

Merchandise Sales

Books - Hembrillo $20
All others $10

Click on book name to see Front Cover and read synopsis.  

1.  Hembrillo: An Apache Battlefield
of the Victorio War

Thomas Laumbach (2000)

2.  The Trinity Experiments
Thomas Merlan (1997, 101 pages)

3.  Life at Trinity Base Camp
Thomas Merlan (2001, 142 pages)

4.  From Barren Desert to Thriving Community
William Boehm (1997)

5.  Jewels of the Desert
Collections from the first dump at White Sands Proving Ground Ė Duran, Finney, Laumbach, Ydurate, Eidenback, Boehm (1997)

6.  A Number of Things
Baldy Russell, Estey City and the Ozanne Stage; Historic Ranching and Mining on the US Army White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico (1994, 162 Pages)

7.  Home On The Range
Oral Recollections of Early Ranch life on the White Sands Missile Range, NM (1994, 111 Pages)

8.  Memories of Louise Coe Runnels: Alias "Bonita Lou" (1997 - 154 pages)

9.  School Days
Education During the Ranching Era of the US Army White Sands Missile Range, NM (1997)

V-2 DVDs - $25 Each




Art Prints - $25 Each
Framed prints are $95

Sentinels of White Sands
a Shari Reese Original
15x19 Full-color Limited Edition Prints
(click Image for large view)

Historical Foundation Logo Pins $5 Each

Click Here For Merchandise Order Form



Become a part of history with
personalized brick displays in White
Sands Missile Range's Signature Plaza
 

Brick sizes range from the standard 4"x 8" size to the largest size of 24"x 24"

l 4x8 inch $65 donation 14 char/line, 3 lines
l 8x8 inch $110 donation 14 char/line, 6 lines
l 12x12 inch $210 donation 21 char/line, 9 lines
l 24x24 inch $840 donation 42 char/line, 21 lines

Click here for a 4x8 or 8x8 inch Brick Order Form. For larger sizes and logo bricks, contact Bob Lipinski (575) 678-1644 or Pamela Vick (575) 522-4179.

(click Image for large view)




Other Tax Deductible Donations

Make donations to commemorate birthdays, anniversaries, or other occasions for family member or friends.  Or, make a donation in memory of someone.

Click Here for Donation Form