WCHS' 3rd Annual Online Auction has BEGUN! With
more than 27 items to choose from, what more could you ask for?
Click HERE to access our Online Auction
Give to the Max Day in Minnesota is over
for 2013. WCHS is so grateful for your continued support--thank you to these generous Give To the Max Day donors!!
(updated as of close of GTTM Day)
Thank you to the following donors who have collectively donated a total of $845: Steven CrowleyJan RiversJohn & Leanne NormanSally CusterJames LindbergPam LindbergKen GregornikBev BrownKathleen SchumacherJohn Lundsten
& Kay Tessmer
Jim & Mary Bischoff
Pamela Dickson Drs. Deborah & Joseph MahoneySally & Mark Stevens Erin & Matt Endress
Matching Grantor $ 500
TOTAL as of midnight $1345!!
the Wright County Historical Society
The Wright County
Historical Society is a non-profit corporation first organized in 1942 and reorganized in 1967. The general
purpose of the Wright County Historical Society is the location, discovery, collection and preservation of historical artifacts
and records and the dissemination of knowledge about the history of Wright County and its relationship to the State of Minnesota.
The museum, library and archives
are now located at 2001 Hwy. 25 North, Buffalo, MN. Five historic structures are included in
the collection including three log cabins, the 1908 Chatham Town Hall and the 1881 Welker one-room school.
The Wright County Historical Society serves
to collect, preserve, and share our history.
The Wright County Historical Society (WCHS) is a non-profit organization consisting of a museum, research library,
and extensive artifact and archival collections, and includes historic structures in multiple locations.
strives to create a dynamic place where people encounter, explore, share and learn about the past.
In pursuit of this Vision, the Wright County Historical Society will:
▪ Serve as the collective
historical memory of Wright County, Minnesota.
▪ Identify, collect, and preserve materials related to the history of Wright County
with consideration for other areas of the State when appropriate.
▪ Present exhibits that use historical materials to promote
understanding and appreciation for the history of Wright County, Minnesota.
▪ Provide a comprehensive genealogical research facility utilizing
cutting-edge technology and resources.
Connect to diverse audiences by providing a variety of learning formats,
educational activities, and history-related community services.
▪ Attract, retain, and develop talented professionals and volunteers, and enable them
to do excellent work.
▪ Maintain mutually beneficial relationships, opportunities,
and alliances with educational institutions, the business community, government, and other community organizations.
in fundraising activities, including the acceptance of donations as appropriate, to accomplish its vision.