Contribute to Museums with Flag Conservation Programs!


A tattered Confederate second national flag leans against the broken carriage of a cannon.

Below is a list of Museums
with active flag conservation programs.
The conservation of these flags is expensive.
It is a major strain on the financial resources of most museums.
But without conservation,
these cherished relics will continue to deteriorate,
until they are eventually lost to future students of history.
We encourage you to help these fine establishments
keep this part of our heritage alive for succeeding generations.
  • Alabama Department of Archives and History
    Robert B. Bradley
    624 Washington Avenue
    Montgomery, Alabama 36130-0100
    Phone: (334) 242-4435, ext. 269
  • Confederate Memorial Hall
    Patricia Ricca
    929 Camp Street
    New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
    Phone: (504) 523-4522
  • Confederate Relic Room & Museum
    John Bigham
    920 Sumter Street
    Columbia, South Carolina 29201
    Phone: (803) 898-8097 Fax: (803) 898-8099
  • Georgia Capitol Museum
    431 State Capitol
    Atlanta, Georgia 30334
    Phone: (404) 651-6996Flag Conservation in Georgia can be aided by purchasing the following items:
    The book Confederate Flags in the Georgia State Capitol Collection sells for $23.00 [postage included].
    The video Flag Conservation in the Georgia Capitol Museum sells for $20.00 [postage included].
    The Georgia Flags poster sells for $10.00 [postage included].
    Send orders to Dorothy Olson at the address above. Make checks payable to the Secretary of State of Georgia.