Regency era ice skaters depicted in historical art

Since 2013, Skate Guard has been taking readers on an incredible journey through the captivating and glamorous history of figure skating. And here's the best part: the blog will always be a 100% free resource for everyone to enjoy. However, if you're looking for a way to show your support in a tangible way, the best way to do so is by purchasing one of my books and leaving a review on the retailer's site where you got your copy.

Another way you can further lend your support to the blog's efforts to preserve, study and document figure skating history is by making a donation of any of the following items to the Collections:

- skating magazines
- club and section newsletters
- books
- journals or scrapbooks
- show or competition programs
- photographs
- competition protocols (pre-2000 only)

I am happy to accept donations of VHS tapes but unfortunately cannot accept BETA tapes or film reels.
Please note that I am unable to accept donations shipping from outside of Canada moving forward.

If you would like to make a donation, please contact me directly. Thank you for your support!

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