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Driven By History

Transportation touches all of our lives, with tales and traditions carried from generation to generation. If you have a story, an artifact, or passion relating to the history of transportation in Western New York, please contact the museum.

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The Pierce-Arrow Museum graciously accepts the generous donation of vehicles, artifacts, and more that enable us to illustrate our shared history. Together, this history can be saved, cared for, and put on display for future generations.

We are always on the lookout to preserve any original artifact, big or small, produced by Pierce-Arrow, Thomas Flyer, and other Western New York automakers. We are particularly interested in acquiring Pierce-Arrow items such as photographs, factory badges, literature, pins, uniforms, tickets, trophies, awards, paintings, etc.

If you do not want to donate the original, arrangements can be made to make copies or photographs.

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Many of our visitors have relatives or friends who were employed in the auto industry here in Western New York. The Pierce-Arrow Museum is always eager to gather such stories and recollections. Most primary records have been destroyed. If your father, mother, grandfather, grandmother, uncle, aunt, etc. worked at the factory, we would like to hear about them. We have indexed employee names that appear in the factory newsletter (1918-1922) and other sources and may have a news item about your relative.

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As a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization, the Pierce-Arrow Museum accepts monetary and in-kind donations which may qualify as charitable deductions for tax purposes. Consult your tax advisor or the IRS to determine deductibility. A grand museum expansion is planned so that much more of our collection can be displayed—but this cannot happen without the support of people, like you, who understand the importance of preserving transportation history.