Clark County Museum has started to document and catalog the items left at the "Welcome To Fabulous Las Vegas" sign after the tragedy that occurred at the Route 91 Harvest Festival on October 1st. As part of the collection, they are asking those who left something at the memorial to share their story behind the items that were left.
The October 1st collection at the Clark County museum is made up of tens of thousands of artifacts that help to tell the story of how the community reacted to the mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival.
If you or someone you know left an item at the memorial at the Las Vegas sign, please fill out this form: Clark County Museum 1 October memorial items information form.
Images of the items that have already been cataloged can be found on the website.
50 years of preserving #local #History. One of the current projects for the #ClarkCounty Museum is cataloging the thousands of memorial items left for #1October victims. Later this year, an exhibit on "How We Mourned" will debut at the museum. #VegasStrong #ClarkMuseum50 pic.twitter.com/kvWLEhWFGo— Clark County Nevada (@ClarkCountyNV) April 26, 2018