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The Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum located in Walnut Grove, Minnesota, is a new contributor to Minnesota Reflections. The Museum serves the greater Walnut Grove area as a research and genealogy resource for local history and as the repository for historical artifacts from the area. While Laura Ingalls Wilder is undoubtedly the area's most famous resident, the Museum's mission includes the collection, preservation, and display of all aspects of local history. The grounds inlcude nine buildings including a 1870s railroad depot, an onion-domed home from 1904, the Masters Hotel built in 1876, and several buildings devoted to the display and understanding of local history.

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We are excited to announce a new contributor to Minnesota Reflections, the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum located in Walnut Grove, Minnesota. The Museum serves the greater Walnut Grove area as a research and genealogy resource for local history and as the repository for historical artifacts from the area. While Laura Ingalls Wilder is undoubtedly the area's most famous resident, the Museum's mission includes the collection, preservation, and display of all aspects of local history. The grounds inlcude nine buildings including a 1870s railroad depot, an onion-domed home from 1904, the Masters Hotel built in 1876, and several buildings devoted to the display and understanding of local history.

View the collection here. 

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Greta Bahnemann
Metadata Librarian, Minnesota Digital Library
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