Last updated: 6/23/2011
Enderlin, North Dakota
Street Address
315 Railway Street
Enderlin, ND 58027
Mailing Address
13296 55th ST SE
Enderlin, ND 58027
phone: 701-437-3205
e-mail: info@enderlinmuseum.org
web: enderlinmuseum.org
Hours
May 15 through Sept. 15
Thursday - Friday1 PM - 4 PM
Saturday9 AM - 12 PM
or by appointment at 701-799-0725
Admissions
Free will donation
Staff
Susan Schlecht, Museum Co-Director
phone: 701-437-3205
Myrene Peterson, Museum Co-Director
phone: 701-437-2408
Description

The Museum is housed in the majestic former Masonic Temple building in downtown Enderlin. Our museum houses artifacts depicting the early days of the Soo Line Railroad in Enderlin when it served as the division point. We also have a grand history of baseball and have many displays depicting the glory days! Our vision is to develop exhibits relating to the early businesses to better preserve our past for future generations.

History

The Museum was built by the Masonic Liberty Lodge #49 in 1927 solely financed by the members. At one time they had well over 100 members. After membership declined, in 1982 they were forced to surrender their charter and sold the building to the Enderlin School District who in turn sold it to the Enderlin Historical Society in 1991.

Artifact Collections

Extensive artifact and photograph collection relating to Enerlin and the surrounding community.

Research Collections

Family histories and school yearbooks dating back to 1906

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