A clear view at Pioneer Museum To safeguard valuable artifacts at Pioneer Memorial Museum, five glass doors have been installed to prevent thefts. Some beautiful items have been taken in the past, and nine more doors are planned, officials say. Money for the doors ($1,100 each) was raised at a program presented by Brigham Young University's Young Ambassadors. Installed by carpenter Joe Sargent, the doors are three-sided with an oak frame and safety glass and allow visitors to see more of the room, said Norma Jones, public relations director. Many Daughters of Utah Pioneers members contributed money, and public contributions are needed for the additional doors. "We believe the doors are a great asset to the museum, a monument to our pioneer ancestors," said Edith Menna, the DUP's national second vice president. Contributions may be sent to Museum Doors Fund, DUP Museum, 300 N. Main, Salt Lake City, UT 84103.