Beckwith Cottage Organ from Royalton Area
Brown’s Syrup Tolu, Tar and Wild Cherry
“Buckles & Snaps'” Underpants
Crazed or Crazy: America’s Recurring Love Affair with the Crazy Quilt
Ed Tanner’s Snowsuit
E. I. Horsman Company “Brother” Doll
Family Photographs: Windows into Your World
George Wilson’s Journals
Hobson’s Anti Skeeter
Identify Your Photos
Kiewel Copper Steam Whistle
Lisle Family Quilt
Love Letters – Carl Johnson & Ellen Quarfoot
Minnesota Highway Patrol Uniform
My Life as an Artifact
The Artifact as a Primary Source
Threads of Identity
Threads of Identity slideshow (pdf document of photos of clothing from MCHS collections)
Yesterday’s Swimwear…Or Today’s?
“Yes! We Have No Bananas” (A discussion of the sheet music for this song)
Do you have any information on a “supposedly” teacher that strangled a student with a necktie at the Pierz Schools back around 1989?
Conversation was brought up and want to know if it legitimate or not.
Hi, Gaylen – I am personally unaware of the situation you describe. Confirming it might be a little tricky if the police were never called or no charges were ever filed. If the incident was handled internally by the Pierz School District, because it involved a juvenile, news of it would probably never make the public record.
If, however, law enforcement got involved, it’s possible that the case made the newspapers. We have the Morrison County Record on file for 1989 should you want to come search it for any mention of such an incident. (No need to make an appointment; just come during our open hours.)
Tracking down stories like these make history both fascinating and a little frustrating. If they make the public record, we’re golden. If not, we’re stuck with the rumor.
By stopping in, Gaylen, you helped to solve the mystery. Because the student was choked to death, the case was considered a murder and we have files on most (if not all) of the murders in Morrison County.
I have a picture story by Lee Mero…One Chistmas back in Grandgather’s time. It’s in a red velvet packaging. Could you tell me in what year it was publlished? Thanks
Sounds like a fabulous piece. You have me totally intrigued!
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