“Each man of the land comes and has his time. He lives and loves and laughs, and walks the land, and calls it his. After a time, one way or another, the man leaves. The land remains.”
Dorothy Darling Wagner
from “The Man of the Land” 1978
The Stevens County Museum is housed in the historic Carnegie library building, on the register of National Historic Sites. The Hall of Honor area is located in our board meeting/conference room.
It is fitting that it be named after men and women who have contributed and continue to contribute in some manner to what we collectively value as Stevens County history.
- It may be someone who has gained worldwide fame or recognition.
- It may be someone who has influenced youth through education and example.
- It may be someone who contributes through their talents and skills.
- It may be someone who quietly and humbly raises their family and practices good citizenship.
- It may be someone who provides goods and services.
With a $5,000 donation, which can come from an individual, a group of people, or an organization, the heritage of the person of your choosing, past or present will become a part of our “Men and Women of the Land” Hall of Honor. Please give thoughtful consideration to donating and nominating someone to the Hall of Honor.
Together we will preserve their history.
Current Hall of Honor Nominees:
Charles & Carol Berg
Doc & Helen Busch
Robert & Rebecca Darling
Bob & Marian DeWall
Ted & Phyllis Dosdall
Peter & Agnes Erdahl
Sivert & Ingeborg Erdahl
Anton & Rosethea Ettesvold
Paul Fehr, Sr.
Frank J. Fox
Friedrick & Louise Gausman
Pearl & Walter Hanse
Walter “Slim” & Lily Hokanson
John “Jack” & Lucy Imholte
C.B. & Margret Kloos
Ed LaFave, Jr.
Gerald & Lois Loher
Chester & Lorraine Marty
Lola & DeWayne Michaelson
Oscar & Maria Mumm
Howard & Helen Olson
Rev. F.E. Pasche
Don & Pat Quackenbush
Charles & Jenny Sather
Andrew & Dorothea Satter
Richard & Dorothy Wagner
Maurice & Rosalys Weiler
Leonard Wulf and Vi Wulf
To view the full videos created about the nominees CLICK HERE.
All videos are available to view at the museum Tuesday – Friday 9 am- 4 pm
If you are interested in more information please email info(at)stevenshistorymuseum.com