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The mission of Le Sueur County Historical Society is to collect and preserve the story of Le Sueur County, telling its history through historic sites, a research center, collections, exhibits and educational programming.
Dedicated in 1967, this
National Register Building
serves as the flagship museum of Le Sueur County Historical
Society. The 1895
red brick schoolhouse overlooks a picturesque lake and holds a
artifacts and original works of art.
The museum is currently closed for a makeover.
Current renovation preparation work is supported
grants from the National Trust for Historic Preservation and
Historical Society. Building exterior restoration needs
include the roof’s
dutch gutter system, decorative fascia, mortar, brick and
restoration. Interior projects include restoring the lobby
and creating an art
gallery for original art and exhibits about international
artists inspired by
the beautiful lakes and scenic landscapes of the southern
region. The building also has undergone an engineer’s
evaluation for HVAC
system planning. The Society continues to seek grants to
and restore the museum building to its original grandeur.
The museum is currently closed.
The museum is located in Elysian, a small
located between Faribault and Mankato on Highway 60.
Go north of Highway 60 on 2nd
Street two blocks to the top of the hill.
The Society can be reached at
voicemail or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Web site is www.lesueurcountyhistory.org.
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