Policies & Documents

As a public trust, grounded in the tradition of service and organized for the benefit of the public it serves, the Sharlot Hall Museum boards of trustees ensures that Museum staff, volunteers and trusters are governed and operated by the law and ethical principles set forth.
The Sharlot Hall Museum Collections Policy for management of the object and archival permanent collections of the Sharlot Hall Historical Society is available online via PDF download.
The 990 Exemption for the Sharlot Hall Historical Society is available online and open for public inspection via PDF download. Click on the PDF icon to download. This document is the fiscal year 2017 Federal Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax.

To nominate a woman for the TMWRose Garden, all nominees must have lived in Arizona prior to Statehood Day, Feb. 14, 1912.  The form must include a completed biography, and should be sent to the Museum Research Center.

Adopted by Board action in November 2020, the Society’s Strategic Plan identifies objectives and strategies associated with the Museum’s financial stability, collections stewardship, programming, exhibits and education, information technology, partnerships, marketing, and public and media relations.
Adopted by Board action in September, 2017, this policy describes the museum’s digital privacy policy.
This policy pertains to the Prescott Historical Society and details its non-discrimination policy.

This policy pertains to the Sharlot hall Historical Society and details its non-discrimination policy.

This is the official nomination form for the prestigious Sharlot Hall Award. For details, click here.

This document details the Prescott Historical Society budget for fiscal year ’24.