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Hello Electrology Enthusiasts⚡️
As most of you know, Electrology began in 1876 thanks to Dr. Charles E. Michel. It’s been 140 years since the inception of Electrology, and there is no society or museum to retain the history of Electrology. Time is passing us by, and, for every day we delay, we might lose more of this valuable history.
The International Electrology Museum (IEM) is in the process of creating our brick and mortar Electrology Museum. Our goal is to cover the complete history of Electrology/Electrolysis by collecting artifacts and memorabilia as far back to the beginning as possible. We know some of the earlier history can’t be restored and is permanently lost, but there is still a substantial amount of material and information available that can be gathered and salvaged. From this point on, we want to preserve the remaining history that is out there in a beautiful location the my be able to host future continued education events and display our preservation goals.
We are reaching out to the Electrology community for support of this endeavor: the electrologists, the vendors, the manufacturers, and the organizations. We need the help of everyone ever associated with Electrology: the active, the retired, people that were with businesses and organizations that no longer exist, or with anyone that has been associated with any of the mentioned. Thanks to the likes of Lorenzo Kunze, Mike Bono, Patsy Kirby, Skip Mahler, Mike Roy, Patricia Stefanski, Pat Maki, Pat Merkes, Jim Paisner, Linda Weller, and Frances Listou, we are off to a fantastic start with the materials and information they have provided.
IEM is asking everyone to commit to a financial donation to help preserve the rich history of Electrology. If you can’t commit to a direct donation, we are also able to receive donations through Amazon Smile. When you shop Amazon smile listed as "Arizona Aesthetics" follow this link below and sign up for Smile. Your regular shopping turns into an added bonus because Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to your favorite charitable organization. Your smile purchase using the link below helps International Electrology Museum the funds needed to provide continued education to professional electrologists while providing affordable care to those who need it most.
If you know of anyone out there that was ever associated with Electrology, make sure they get a copy of this letter, or provide us with their contact information and we will get this letter sent to them.
International Electrology Museum is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, EIN 81-2085028. Most donations to our organization are tax deductible. Check with your financial advisor to see if your donation is deductible.
IEM is committed to creating this museum and is determined to make this a successful undertaking. Any suggestions on what to include in the museum are welcome. Please show your support of the Electrology Museum with a generous donation.
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