Wham-O—Includes standard stock/retail discs (except for golf discs) from Wham-O and its licensees (e.g. Irwin Toys, Towa Trading, Farusa-Denmark, Faulker). All Frisbee® discs are included here, even when made under the Kransco or Mattel names.
World Ultimate Championships—All titles of World Ultimate Championships (e.g. WUCC, WMUCC, WJUC, WCBU). Individual titles may be broken out into their own galleries if sufficient numbers of discs are added.
North American Series—Typically known as the North American Series (NAS), but actually went by three names. National Championship Series (NCS) in the early years, and North American Flying Disc Series in the later years. This gallery includes discs from events that made up the NAS, in addition to the NAS disc series.
Regional Clubs/Associations—Discs produced by or for any form of regional (country, state, or other localized region) club, association, or similar group. Organization may be single-sport focused or may encompass multiple disc sports.
Ultimate—Sub-galleries related to ultimate organizations.
Holidays—Discs that celebrate holidays, Christmas, Halloween, Fourth of July, etc.
Locations—Discs that promote places (landmarks, parks, resorts, towns/states/countries, schools, etc.).
Personalized—Discs with personal announcements (e.g. weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, birth announcements).
Teams—Discs that promote demonstration teams and competitive freestyle, golf, and all around teams.
Tobacco & Alcohol—Discs that promote tobacco (smoke, chew) and alcohol (beer, wine, liquor).
Tour Support Discs—Discs made for the financial support of a player(s). These support discs, often identified as "Team" or "Series" discs, designate the player(s) via name, PDGA #, or representative artwork.
Other—Discs that promote a person/place/thing that does not fit an existing category. If a substantial number of discs are known to exist for a specific subject, contact the gallery curator about possible gallery addition(s).
Ads—Advertisements related to flying discs or flying disc activities.
Articles—Articles published in mainstream press (i.e. not a disc-specific publication) related to flying discs, flying disc sports, or the people behind them.
Books—Books of any kind about flying discs or featuring flying disc activities.
Brochures—Brochures related to flying discs or disc sports, including instructional manuals, rules, tournament flyers, marketing brochures, etc.
Catalogs—Sales catalogs for flying discs and related items from manufacturers or retailers (e.g. Wright Life, Disc Wares, Disc Covering (Discovering) the World).
Documents—Flying disc-related documents, such as patents, contracts, legal documents, theses, government studies, etc.
Magazines—Magazines, newsletters, journals or other periodic publication related to flying discs or any disc sport(s).
Posters—Posters related to flying discs or flying disc tournaments/events.
Tournaments—Paperwork from tournaments (programs, player instructions, results, etc.).
Other—Other miscellaneous flying disc items, such as license plates, stickers, decals, bricks, etc.
Sign up to Contribute—The sign up page contains the Contributor Request and Agreement form that must be filled out to contribute. The form can be completed on line, or a PDF version may be downloaded and filled out manually.
How to Contribute—Outlines the steps to contributing to the Flying Disc Museum, contains contributor resources (guides describing FDM standards, glossary, etc.), and outlines the Contributor Recognition Program.
Contributor Recognition—The Wall of Fame recognizes those that have reached the various contribution levels that have made the Flying Disc Museum into the resource that it is. Additionally, all contributors that opted to have their information published are listed.
About the FDM—A brief discussion on the purpose of the Flying Disc Museum.
Who is the FDM?—The people involved in creating and managing the Flying Disc Museum.