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Welcome to the Museums WikiProject! A chunk of this text has been stolen borrowed under GFDL ;) from other Wiki Projects.

  • Improve Wikipedia's coverage of museums.
  • Improve quality of existing articles
  • Expand smaller museums in non-English dominant countries where articles are little more than a sentence.
  • Create guidelines for articles about museums.
  • The project covers all articles about museums in a wide range of disciplines and locations throughout the world. By member consensus, it does not include aquaria, herbaria, zoos and other non-museum 'collections' because these are well-covered in other projects.
  • For those within the museum sector, and collaborations between Wikipedia and institutions, see Wikipedia:Advice for the cultural sector.



  1. Hafabe Art museums in NYC area or collections of Spanish art
  2. ChrisEngelsma Art and science museums, especially in Houston area.
  3. DiverScout (talk · contribs) (volunteer curator for small museum in UK, will concentrate on East Anglian, rail and WW2 content)
  4. Chris (クリス • フィッチ) (talk)
  5. John Carter (talk) 21:10, 18 March 2008 (UTC) - This is the first project I was ever told I was myself "within the scope of". I know I'm getting on in years, but still. :)
  6. LanceBarber (talk) 04:27, 19 March 2008 (UTC)
  7. MBK004 (talk · contribs) - military/ships
  8. Gimme danger (talk · contribs) - science museums and Chicago-area museums
  9. Minnaert (talk) 04:24, 21 March 2008 (UTC) - I mess around with museum articles... mainly in california
  10. Jpbowen (talk · contribs) – interested in museums internationally and especially online
  11. Bluegoblin7 (talk · contribs) - interested in most British Museums, especially Transport ones!
  12. Aqwis (talk · contribs) - interested in science museums and Norwegian museums in general
  13. Lquilter (talk · contribs) - science museums, categorizing
  14. RogoPD - public art collections in Europe
  15. Daniel Case (talk · contribs) - I have done many historic house museums here in the Hudson Valley as a by-product of doing articles for the U.S. National Register of Historic Places project, so it's really a formality. Good that we have this project. Daniel Case (talk) 20:09, 1 April 2008 (UTC)
  16. Dmadeo (talk · contribs) - I've done a lot of work on List of National Historic Landmarks in New York City, many of which are historic house museums, but also are the big boys such as the Met, etc.
  17. Musebrarian (talk · contribs) - history, industry and technology, Museum Informatics, Museology
  18. Blofeld of SPECTRE (talk · contribs) -Count me in, I won't be actively concentrating on museums but will be creating some articles on museums in places in the developing world in coordination with my other work, particularly Africa and Asia and countries of Central Europe.
  19. Appletrees (talk · contribs) - Mostly working on museums in South Korea, but North Korea seems to have interesting museums as well.
  20. Doncram (talk · contribs) - Ship museums, historic house museums, other historic site museums. Have been participating, may as well join. :) doncram (talk) 17:42, 3 May 2008 (UTC)
  21. BusterD (talk · contribs) - Another NYC-area museum member with a love for science museums and historical societies. BusterD (talk) 12:25, 17 May 2008 (UTC)
  22. Basketball110 (talk · contribs) - I can get info and pictures from all the museums in Romania.
  23. LordAmeth (talk · contribs) - Focusing on museums, historical sites, etc in Japan.
  24. Thomas Paine1776 (talk · contribs)
  25. Woland37 (talk · contribs) interested in museum stuff including organizations and whatnot
  26. Ridenm (talk · contribs) working on National Atomic Museum page
  27. MRacer (talk · contribs) - former museum volunteer and fine artist with an interest in art, world history and local history subjects as they relate here.
  28. nicg1883 (talk · contribs) – interested in museum and have created an article on the Holy Jesus Hospital Museum. English.
  29. Jordan Timothy James Busson (talk · contribs) I'll help out. --Jordan Contribs 17:54, 17 September 2008 (UTC)
  30. Ralphwiggam75 (talk · contribs) - art historian
  31. Fact-of-the-matter (talk · contribs) - Museum administrator
  32. jonallen1966 (talk · contribs) - I'm going to have a go at the Tokyo Museums
  33. Editorofthewiki (talk · contribs) - I'll help out here and there. ~EDDY (talk/contribs/editor review)~ 20:48, 20 January 2009 (UTC)
  34. Pharaoh of the Wizards (talk · contribs)
  35. Danwalk (talk · contribs) - Academic in the humanities primarily interested in art museums. Areas of particular interest are Spain and Massachusetts, USA.
  36. Thaliapap (talk · contribs) - Architect (M. Arch.) with special interest in museums, focusing in Greek Museums.
  37. Storye_book (talk · contribs) - I have no great expertise, but have been contributing in a small way to Leeds City Museum page, and have created several Yorkshire museum pages. I'm happy to take photographs where permitted.--Storye book (talk) 15:03, 11 May 2009 (UTC)
  38. Ssbautista (talk · contribs) - PhD student in Communication/Museum Studies studying digital media. Former art curator/critic/nonprofit administrator.
  39. IxK85 (talk · contribs) - curator at the Imperial War Museum in London.
  40. The Illusional Ministry (talk · contribs) - Will mostly be doing infoboxes.
  41. Hoverfish (talk · contribs) - Category work and cleanup in Greek Museums.
  42. Witty lama (talk · contribs) - 'Wikipedian in Residence' at the British Museum during June 2010.
  43. Sj (talk · contribs) - Frequent lurker in the Harvard Museums, and Museums of Science everywhere.
  44. BGinOC (talk · contribs) - Historical studies.
  45. FloNight (talk · contribs)
  46. Ryecatcher773 (talk · contribs)- BFA (Painting & Printmaking), minored in Art History; Worked at Landfall Press in Chicago. Main focus on Cleveland Museum of Art.
  47. Theo10011 (talk · contribs)
  48. Victuallers (talk · contribs) - been busy on Britsh Muiseum and National Porrait Gallery for 3 years or so. So time to join maybe?
  49. Codrinb (talk · contribs) - Archaeology and history museums relating to Dacia, Moesia, Thrace, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient Celts, Transylvania, Romania
  50. matthewcock (talk · contribs) - I run the British Museum's website, and active collaboration between the BM and Wikipedians.
  51. Farscot (talk · contribs) Working on Croatian topics, and have created/expanded articles on museums there
  52. kll2105 (talk · contribs) MA student in Digital Heritage, have created several museum/museum association websites and wiki articles
  53. Crofut (talk · contribs) In the Interpretive Projects department at the Connecticut Historical Society.
  54. PKM (talk · contribs) - Active on several GLAM projects; expertise in costume, textiles, Elizabethan era
  55. Star Mississippi (talk · contribs) - wow, somehow I'm not a member. NYC is my focus but I love all museums everywhere
  56. Jabberwoch (talk · contribs) GB; technology, ancient and new.
  57. Umanisti (talk · contribs) - community manager for small museum association in Italy (Associazione Nazionale Piccoli Musei)
  58. DebraHardy (talk · contribs) - BFA Art History, Minor in Art Education, headed towards MA in Museum Studies. Primarily interested in art museums and historic houses, primarily in New Hampshire and Illinois. Currently working on Currier Museum of Art.
  59. Pigsonthewing (talk · contribs) - Wikipedian in Residence at a number of museums, QRpedia expert.
  60. Arunram (talk · contribs) - contribute to Indian museum articles.
  61. Waitabout (talk · contribs) - Contribute to museums in Southern Africa.
  62. Blarcrean (talk · contribs) - Contribute to museums in South Africa
  63. Bahnfrend (talk · contribs) – technology and transport museums, particularly in continental Europe and Australia
  64. Daniel Mietchen (talk · contribs) – active in Science GLAM and WikiProject Open Access, working at Museum für Naturkunde Berlin
  65. Anwaraj (talk · contribs) Contribute to Museums in India
  66. NComparato (talk · contribs) Completing the list of Exhibition Halls for the American Museum of Natural History
  67. Faendalimas Researcher at the Museu de Zoologia da Universidade de São Paulo, work in Herpetology, as a taxonomist/ paleontologist.
  68. Riccarbi Architect registered in Italy and the UK, specialized in museum and exhibition design, former professor of exhibition design at the Polytechnic University of Milan and at the University of Bari
  69. Qetipa (talk) 01:16, 30 January 2015 (UTC) Museums professional based in Argentina, with international links in Brazil, Mexico, Britain, Germany, India and France.
  70. Luannasaurus (talk · contribs) - I'm new to Wikipedia. I work in a museums and would like to add articles about smaller British museums.
  71. Auchmill (talk) 22:36, 17 March 2015 (UTC) - Quite new to Wikipedia and writing articles about New Zealand artists and therefore art institutions as support info
  72. Smirkybec (talk) 16:47, 8 May 2015 (UTC) Based in Ireland, I'm interested in improving and expanding the coverage of museums here.
  73. Arthistorian1977 (talk) - Based in Israel, Native Russian speaker, with English and Hebrew full proficiency. Main interests are photography and mixed art.
  74. User:Ryanlintelman (talk) - history museums, Smithsonian museums, museums in Washington D.C.
  75. HistoryNeedsYou (talk) - museums in the UK
  76. MBlairMartin (talk) - Museology Graduate Student currently working with the Living Computer Museum in Seattle, Washington.
  77. VintageComputing (talk)
  78. Natropical (talk) I'm new to wikipedia. Worked in and with museums in the US and Mexico.

Languages SpokenEdit

If you're able to read or write in a language other than English in order to help expand articles in countries where English isn't primary, please leave your name here:

  • Craftyanthropologist (talk · contribs) - I can read and write in Polish and somewhat in French (English is my native language, so I'd be happy to do translations from Polish or French to English; I'd be less comfortable doing them the other way around).
  • Basketball110 (talk · contribs) - I can read and sort-of-write in Romanian. Basketball110 My story/Tell me yours 23:27, 21 May 2008 (UTC)
  • LordAmeth (talk · contribs) - I would be happy to read anything in Spanish or Japanese to double-check facts or help with expansion.
  • Lazulilasher (talk · contribs): French (fluent, second language) Lazulilasher (talk) 20:34, 6 August 2008 (UTC)
  • Fact-of-the-matter (talk · contribs) - I can read Spanish and could do research. I don't trust my Spanish grammar well enough to write articles in Spanish, but I can do research and review Spanish articles. I can also read french at a less than fluent level of comprehension. I know basic vocabulary and grammar in French but I am much better with Spanish.
  • Danwalk (talk · contribs) - Native English speaker with near-native fluency in Spanish.
  • Thaliapap (talk · contribs) - Native Greek speaker.
  • Goodness Shamrock (talk · contribs) - A native Dutch speaker; can also read German.
  • The Illusional Ministry (talk · contribs) - Native Swedish speaker; can also read German and all Scandinavian languages.
  • Codrinb (talk · contribs) - Native Romanian speaker; can read Italian, French, also some Spanish, Portuguese, Latin
  • ARG1900 (talk · contribs) - Native English speaker; can read German and French. Ger>Eng translator.
  • Star Mississippi (talk · contribs) - Native English speaker. Read Spanish, French and some Japanese.
  • Umanisti (talk · contribs) - Native italian speaker. Read english.
  • Bahnfrend (talk · contribs) – I translate from German, and also translate from many other languages with the assistance of Google translate.
  • Nomu420 (talk · contribs) - Native urdu speaker and reader. Can translate from many other languages.
  • *Anwaraj (talk · contribs) - Urdu
  • Riccarbi (talk · contribs) - Native Italian speaker with near-native fluency in English. Read French and Spanish. Can easily translate from Italian to English and vice versa.
  • Jpboudin (talk · contribs)
  • Qetipa (talk) 01:16, 30 January 2015 (UTC) Bilingual, native British English and native Castilian Spanish speaker. Can translate from Spanish to English. I can read Portuguese, French, Italian and a little German.
  • Natropical (talk) Bilingual English/Spanish
  • Martingggg (talk) Native spanish speaker can read french, english & portuguese

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Sutter County LibraryEdit

Sutter County Library (edit | talk | history | protect | delete | links | watch | logs | views) – (View AfD · Stats)
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Article has been tagged as non-notable since 2010. It's now 2018. Time to either get rid of the tag or the article. RJFJR (talk) 06:17, 16 July 2018 (UTC)

  • Delete, or merge/redirect to Sutter County, California. Non-notable library system consisting of only four branches. The article does not assert notability, and has little otehr than the list of branches and other factual details (only ref is to system/jurisdiction's own website verifying these bare facts). DMacks (talk) 06:23, 16 July 2018 (UTC)
Note: This discussion has been included in the list of Museums and libraries-related deletion discussions. Tyw7  (🗣️ Talk to me • ✍️ Contributions) 10:34, 16 July 2018 (UTC)
Note: This discussion has been included in the list of Education-related deletion discussions. Tyw7  (🗣️ Talk to me • ✍️ Contributions) 10:34, 16 July 2018 (UTC)
Note: This discussion has been included in the list of California-related deletion discussions. Tyw7  (🗣️ Talk to me • ✍️ Contributions) 10:34, 16 July 2018 (UTC)
  • Delete per nom. SEMMENDINGER (talk) 12:29, 16 July 2018 (UTC)
  • Keep. Library systems are "inherently notable" or the like, effectively, in usual practice. This is good practice, like for school districts, heading off creation of separate articles for each branch library or elementary school. Of course there will exist local coverage at least, because they are publicly funded (so there are budget debates in which cutting library hours is one of few discretionary spending items that can be found)) and they are public attractions so hours and so on are always covered in various places. This is a basic reference function for wikipedia. --Doncram (talk) 04:40, 17 July 2018 (UTC)
Or perhaps this should be "Speedy Keep" because there is no assertion by anyone (including me) that they have made any effort to find sources. wp:BEFORE. Don't waste our time. --Doncram (talk) 04:41, 17 July 2018 (UTC)
Excuse me, what are you citing for inherent notability? Wikipedia:Notability_(organizations_and_companies)#No_inherent_notability, for notability (organizations), seems to be the appropriate guideline but doesn't specifically site libraries and doesn't convey inherent or seem to convey presumption of notability. I don't find obvious references (not done looking for alternate names yet.) Does someone already have a reference? RJFJR (talk) 14:23, 17 July 2018 (UTC)
The article's statement that it is a library system suffices as an assertion of notability; some prefer more over-the-top assertions of specialness that in my view should not be required or much encouraged. --Doncram (talk) 17:15, 18 July 2018 (UTC)
I said "in practice"; that is my observation that in practice in past AFDs library system articles have been kept, and in my view that is a sensible practice. You and I may well have opposite views about the usefulness of including articles on high schools in Wikipedia; I happen to think it is stupid for Wikipedia not to do so automatically. Again this is an article about a library system, equivalent to a school system, which is a basic element of society, and is useful even for deletionists who wish to eliminate articles about individual schools and libraries. --Doncram (talk) 16:52, 18 July 2018 (UTC)
  • Delete: Library systems are not "inherently notable," and I'm an elected library trustee for my three-branch town. There is nothing whatsoever in this article that requires more than a couple sentences in the main county article, and if a local resident has to find out information like open hours, he or she can go to the library's website. Wikipedia is still not a webhost. Nha Trang Allons! 17:55, 17 July 2018 (UTC)
It's fine that you comment, but your association with the a library is not really a relevant qualification for judging what is Wikipedia-notable, and in general we don't kowtow to "experts" of any kind here. Your mileage may vary. To be clear, I was not suggesting that hours or telephone number or the like is appropriate in library articles, although external links to the library website can/should be included. --Doncram (talk) 16:52, 18 July 2018 (UTC)
The Sutter County Library website does strike me as relatively poor and odd in not including any history about the Yuba City library or the system, and its connection to the development of the area. I suppose there was never a Carnegie library there (there is no mention in List of Carnegie libraries in California), but it would be very natural for the website to give some history of the first public library being created and the development of the modern system. Perhaps a trustee could make a difference in seeing that the website be improved. --Doncram (talk) 17:15, 18 July 2018 (UTC)
  • Comment There are numerous hits in the Google searches, including 24 Google Scholar hits, though some turn out to be photo credits to the library for it providing historical photos of places and events in Sutter County. The main library may be a significant depository for local history resources. One hit is for an academic article which I am not successful at reading in full, "Libraries as 21st-century learning places", by Caroline Ward. Language Arts; Urbana Vol. 84, Iss. 3, (Jan 2007): 269-272. It appears to have a significant mention of a grant program at the library which could be included in the article, though it is not substantially about this library. (bits in search result: "… hospitals. They fol- lowed up by distributing books and toys to families and ran pro-grams on babies and books at | the library. In the Sutter County Library in Yuba, California, the | grant targeted a multilingual pop- ulation. The …"). --Doncram (talk) 16:52, 18 July 2018 (UTC)
  • Update: I called the library and they are very helpful.
    • They comment that a lack of readily available online info seems to be a function of the local paper, the Appeal-Democrat, somehow perhaps excluding its coverage from Google news, etc.
    • There was a 100th year anniversary of the library last year which would have coverage.
    • The director recommends a 1955 publication of the California Library Association, based in Berkeley, a book with rambling title "The County Free Library Organizing in California 1909-1918: Personal Recollections of Harriet G. Eddy". Harriet G. Eddy (currently a redlink, though there is a Harriet G. Eddy Middle School named for her mentioned in Wikipedia) was a dynamic character who went around starting all/many of the county library systems in California. The book has about two pages about the founding of the Sutter County system.
This is specific credible information that off-line sources/coverage exist, which in my view makes the AFD outcome clear. Further, this is just like for any other library system in the United States, all of which may be presumed to have wp:GNG coverage available off-line if not online. Wikipedia ought to embrace being a "gazetteer" or otherwise being comprehensive about high schools, libraries, book and newspaper publishers, and more similar topics. Cheers, --Doncram (talk) 17:50, 18 July 2018 (UTC)
  • Comment: You know full well that it's not sufficient to allege that coverage exists: those sources must be produced. (And, frankly, if my personal experience as a library trustee isn't pertinent, neither are your personal phone calls, and you know that full well too; since when did we ever take "I talked with the library director" as evidence of notability?) Nha Trang Allons! 15:07, 20 July 2018 (UTC)
Not so about "production" being required; the existence of offline sources definitely suffices for purpose of AFDs. I am sorry if my comments seemed too personally directed towards you. However, you did not speak to the existence of sources; my comments are explicitly about that, and yes, my saying I have verbal/interview report explicitly on one source is certainly fine here. If you were testifying that you had gone in and looked to see that source and what else might be available and it was all lies on my part, then that would be relevant and okay to present here (though of course you won't do that). And the one discussion could have gone further about other sources, but the one seemed to be a good starting point if I or you were to take on expansion of the article, which I could do by requesting the book interlibrary loan, and knowledge/recommendation about it certainly suffices for AFD decision purpose here). I did not perform wp:OR in writing stuff into the article, i am simply discussing availability of sources here in the AFD discussion. I do hope this does not turn you off from the opportunity of developing the article yourself. --Doncram (talk) 19:06, 20 July 2018 (UTC) P.S. Sorry I misunderstood the commenter's stated association; I thought they were associated directly with this library. Also, FWIW, our calling the library is an excellent approach towards developing all our library articles; i should be commended for taking the step. :) --Doncram (talk) 19:27, 20 July 2018 (UTC)
non-digitilized sources are certainly valid sources, note that the back issues of many newspapers have not been digitalized, nor have a surprising number of older journals and magazines.E.M.Gregory (talk) 21:29, 20 July 2018 (UTC)
  • Keep A county library system that celebrated its centennial in 2017, albeit in a poor, rural county with a very large non-English speaking population. I have added coverage from the Appeal-Democrat, a regional newspaper that is certainly a [[WP:RS]. I added a sampling of the articles that came in a proquest news archive search, which turned up articles that the McClatchy newswire picked up from the Appeal-Democrat. County libraries are significant, and it is therefore unsurprising that there is reliable news coverage of the range of activities that this library sustem sponsors.E.M.Gregory (talk) 21:29, 20 July 2018 (UTC)
  • Keep - County library systems, like school districts, are inherently notable as community centers, the subject of endless news coverage over launches, planning, expansion, tax bonds, and so forth. Each and every one would be a GNG pass with enough digging. Carrite (talk) 02:07, 22 July 2018 (UTC)

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  101. On 2004-05-10 Burlesque Hall of Fame


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Depending on how you look at it, we're (un)lucky to have a significant body of articles that need creating as proved by a look at the predominantly redlinks here:

Templates and UserboxEdit

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Stub TemplatesEdit

Below you can find a list of some of the more common stub tags. However, as of April 2014, the following applies per the helpful advice of User:Od_Mishehu:

  • "each state of the US (and Washington DC, which isn't technically a state, but is treated as one as far as stub tags are concerned) now has it's own museum stub tag. In stead of using {{Alabama-stub}} and {{museum-stub}}, please use ({{Alabama-museum-stub}}. Same goes for all the other US states (as one word in CamelCase, and GeorgiaUS for Georgia)."

Stub tags go at the very end, after the categories.


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Some resources which may be useful for those writing articles about museums:

Related projectsEdit

See alsoEdit