1990’s

Anderson Barn Museum restoration is completed and opens to the public

Foundation publishes Wiley’s Did the Eagle Get You, Dr. Moss?

Bring Your Own Chair (later, History Speaks) lecture series is established

Walking Tours of the village are initiated

First annual Gibraltar 3rd Graders Tour

Sally Jacobson is hired as Foundation’s first curator/archivist

First Summer Social is launched to fund the newly established Heritage Endowment Fund

Sunday SingAlongs are reintroduced by George and Armella Norton

The Door County Letters of Anna and Anders Petterson and Horseshoe Island, The Folda Years are published

Foundation develops annual children’s event Children’s Day

Historic Svalhus is donated to the Foundation and is reconstructed on Anderson Barn museum grounds with the help of donors

Foundation initiates Door County Historical Resource Association to include all Door County historical societies

Foundation initiates the Partnership Committee, which includes the Village Administrator and the non-profits of Ephraim, as a means to encourage collaboration and communication

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