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The Enderlin Historical Society and Museum focuses on the oral histories and genealogy pertaining to the City of Enderlin and its surrounding community. It collects artifacts and items including historic local photos, athletic trophies, school yearbooks from 1906, Enderlin area memorabilia, and early family histories.

The Museum was incorporated by the local citizens after the city?s 75th anniversary in 1967. Ever since, it has occupied several locations before finally finding its permanent home. It first occupied the Fignal, ND Depot from the Soo Line Railroad. Because of vandalism, the Museum transferred to Lot 29, Block 2, where it rented out the garage and lot space for holding activities. It moved to the Masonic Temple in 1990 and it remains there until today. Improvements were made with the help of volunteers and donations were made in order to come up with the impressive exhibits.

In order to continue the high quality of preservation for Enderlin?s local history, the Museum hold fundraising events to improve storage materials, professional standards of operation, and development of quality exhibits and educational programs.
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