On this website you get to visit the Satakunta Museum collections and discover the treasures of the museum storages. The digitalisation of the museum’s vast collections is under way, so new content is added on the website continuously.
For the time being the collection data only exists in Finnish. Further information can be requested from museum curator Johanna Jakomaa, tel. +35844 701 1059, johanna.jakomaa(a)pori.fi
The Jusélius heritage
The first entity published digitally out of the Satakunta Museum collections is the Jusélius collection, consisting of about thousand objects. The collection includes household objects from the turn of the 20th century from the home of a Pori tycoon, Fritz Arthur Jusélius (1855-1930). The collection was donated by the Sigrid Jusélius Foundation, and comprises a great number of toys that belonged to Jusélius’ daughter, Sigrid (1887-1898).
Among the people of Satakunta, the father and his daughter are especially known for their final resting place, the Jusélius mausoleum situated in Käppärä cemetery in Pori. After Sigrid died of tuberculosis at the age of 11, her father decided to have a unique memorial built as her burial site.
The photographs of the objects can be downloaded and published free of charge, but the source, Satakunta Museum, must always be mentioned. The photographs are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY 4.0). The photographs are not of printable quality. Files fit for printing must be specially ordered from Satakunta Museum.
Further information: museum curator Johanna Jakomaa, tel. +35844 701 1059, johanna.jakomaa(a)pori.fi
You can explore the collections of other museums, libraries and archives in the national view Finna.fi