Hidden Treasures PowerPoint

Tom Steman, archivist for St. Cloud State University and guest speaker at the Weyerhaeuser Museum this past week, has graciously provided the Morrison County Historical Society with a copy of the PowerPoint presentation he created for his talk. He has also given us permission to share it on our website.…

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Dig into Hidden Treasures April 11 with SCSU Archivist and Professor, Tom Steman

Hidden Treasures: Dig into the Past with St. Cloud State University Archivist and Professor, Tom Steman Curious what central Minnesota football legend and Little Falls educator, Louis Filippi, looked like while a student at St. Cloud State in the early 1940s? Want to know what your relatives were up to…

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Retirement Party for Alice Smuda

The Morrison County Historical Society is hosting a retirement party for Alice Smuda on Saturday, March 18, 2017, at The Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum in Little Falls, MN. Various members of the Smuda family have been involved with the Weyerhaeuser Museum since it opened in 1975. Many locals will…

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Collections Carousel – Delecto Banners of Doug Birk’s Parents, Del & Esther Birk

Among the many items donated to the Morrison County Historical Society by noted Minnesota archaeologist and museum friend, Doug Birk, were these De-lec-to banners from the Sylvester-Nichols Candy Company of Little Falls, Minnesota. The banners had somehow made their way further north to Pine River, Minnesota, where Doug’s parents, Del…

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