Category Archives: Preservation

It has been awhile

The museum was closed during the winter months and it will soon be opening as Spring is right around the corner. To read the latest newsletter visit our Newsletter page. Inside the latest newsletter you can read how to care … Continue reading

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William Hedke and Family

William Hedke was born on 16 Jul 1843 in Posen, Prussia, Germany and died 30 Jan 1891 at Randolph, KS.  He married on 12 Dec 1867 Ernestina Hoefner, who was the daughter of Julius and Augusta Hoefner.  She was born … Continue reading

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Save Your Family Photographs

SAVING YOUR/OUR HERITAGE Every year, May is recognized as the month to save our heritage and museums, archives, historical societies, etc., around the world takes a look at their disaster preparedness plan. You can save your heritage by taking care … Continue reading

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Six Reasons to Save Old Buildings by Julia Rocchi

The wording on this blog is by Julia Rocchi that was posted on the Preservation Nation Blog, dated March 10, 2014. Six Reasons to Save Old Buildings 1.  Old buildings have intrinsic value. 2. When you tear down a building, … Continue reading

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