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Okoboji, Iowa
We provide art opportunities to the community with traveling shows, permanent collection, classes, foreign and classic films. We also have a gift gallery.
Lamoni, Iowa
Allison, Iowa
Historic House
This one-room school house was built in 1888, painted yellow in 1916, and moved to the county courthouse lawn in 1957.
Allison, Iowa
Historic House
This building was moved to present site and rebuilt from a two-story stagecoach stop to a revised, small one-room cabin
Sioux City, Iowa
Permanent photographic exhibition of Sioux City history and temporary exhibitions on a variety of Sioux City topics
Wapello, Iowa
Historical Society
Decorah, Iowa
The Luther College archives holds primary source material of enduring value related to the college, its faculty, alumni and founding congregations. Over 1,800 linear feet of institutional records, personal papers, photographs, and other media are available for research projects, curricula development, and special events. The archives endowment fund provides additional support for special projects. The reading room is located on the third floor of Preus Library.
Decorah, Iowa
Anthropology, Archaeology, Culture, History, Library, University
Luther College is the home of five distinct collections which provide students and faculty with access to original materials for instructional and research purposes. Together, the Luther College Archives, Anthropology Collections, Fine Arts Collection, Geology Collection, and the Hoslett Museum of Natural History contain well over a million items, ranging from rare eggs to fine art, ancient fossils to arrowheads, and insects to college memorabilia.
Decorah, Iowa
Art, Culture, Library, University
The Luther College Fine Arts Collection presents fine art works to students and the larger community. While many of the artists represented in the Collection originated from the upper midwest, exemplified by College Artist Orville Running, most notable works were created by artists outside that area. Collection concentrations include works by California potter Marguerite Wildenhain; German Expressionist Gerhard Marcks, and New York artist Frans Wildenhain.
Decorah, Iowa
The Collection is supervised by Fine Arts Collection Curator, Kate Elliott, with assistance from Gallery Coordinator, David Kamm. Numbering over 1,500 works, the Collection contains art dating from ca. 500 BCE to the present but focuses on art produced in the 20th century. While many of the artists represented in the Collection originated from the upper midwest, exemplified by College Artist Orville Running, most notable works were created by artists outside that area.
Decorah, Iowa
Natural History
Houses collections of minerals, rocks, fossils. Special collections include the Marguerite Wildenlain Collection of minerals and rocks and the Wallace Skarshaug Collection which includes a fine suite of plant fossils from Mazon Creek. Our main strength is in the Cambro-Ordovician of the Upper Mississippi Valley.
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