Mission

Our core values of heritage, community, and philanthropy are reflected in our archives, exhibits, educational programs, and partnerships.

Mission Statement:

The Moulton Museum actively archives, restores, and preserves Orange County historical artifacts. We are committed to sharing the collection with the public through exhibition and events. We are expanding the collective understanding of the ranching era and its lasting impact on the economic, social, architectural, and cultural fabric of Orange County.

We are working to keep the history of Orange County and its ranching era alive. The Moulton Museum will be opening summer 2021. It will have rotating exhibits that feature Lewis F. Moulton’s ranching legacy, Nellie Gail Moulton’s artwork, daily life, business culture, and local history. The museum actively archives, restores and preserves Orange County historical artifacts from farm implements and buggies to documents, artwork and images of the period. The archive contains family photos, maps, furniture, ephemera, personal papers, and corporate history.
 
The Moulton Museum is committed to sharing its collection with the public. Expanding the collective understanding of the ranching era and its lasting impact on the economic, social, architectural and cultural fabric of Orange County is at the core of the Moulton Museum’s mission. Support us by becoming a partner with your charitable donation. We are a 501c3 non-profit.
 

If you are interested in helping the Moulton Museum pursue its goals, please contact Jared Mathis at 949-450-6285.

We are supported by The Moulton Company. Visit their site to learn more about the history.

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