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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Collections Carousel – Valentine’s Day Cards of Sylvia Moran, 1930

    These charming New Deal-era Valentine’s Day cards were given to Sylvia Moran, a young Morrison County teacher, by Marguerite and John Bellamy. Marguerite and John grew up in Morrison County, Minnesota, and were probably Sylvia’s students. Donated to the Morrison County Historical Society in 1990, they are part…

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Collections Carousel – Photos of O. A. Churchill Store/Muske Implement Building, circa 1985

Until its demolition in 1988, the O. A. Churchill Store, also known as the Muske Implement Building, was the oldest standing commercial structure in central Minnesota. Built in 1855 at the northeast corner of First Street and Broadway in downtown Little Falls, Minnesota, the building housed the store during the…

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