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Jiménez-Frei said anyone in the community is welcome to donate to the archive, just as this handmade cross stitch was donated to the archive by history student Katie Boucher.

The responsibility to preserve

Story by Zane Klavina, Staff Writer
May 11, 2020
Madeline Jagodzinski, a student in John Mann’s public history course, speaks about the Schlegelmilch guns during the tour inside the historic Schlegelmilch House.

‘Guns, Bikes and Women’ (Oh my!)

Story by Lea Kopke, Freelance Writer
April 30, 2019
Dan Ott, students, performers and community members share their experiences of, and connections to, Eau Claire’s musical history through “The Sounds of Eau Claire.”

Exploring Eau Claire’s rich musical past

Story by Timothy Spierings, Freelance Writer
September 19, 2018
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