to join the first transcontinental railroad in the United States.
The pin was donated to the museum by her granddaughter, Isabella Kelsay, and many of the pieces in the exhibit were given to the museum by her children, grandchildren, and extended family. We are inspired by both our namesake and founder and honored that the Rogers family continues to be involved with the museum. If you would like to join the Millicent Rogers Museum family, I encourage you to become a member or sign up as a volunteer. Funds from our membership program help us to care for our collection and share the arts and cultures of the Southwest in special exhibits, such as Santa Fe Indian School Style, Storytellers: Teaching Heritage through Song and Story, The Supernaturals: Contemporary Katsinas from the Collection, and, of course, Millicent as Visionary.