Winona County Historical Society Begins COVID-19 Documentation Project

We are all experiencing a historic time as we navigate the effects of the COVID-19 health crisis. Local history is your history and The Winona County Historical Society is hoping you can share your story for future generations.

While the WCHS can’t preserve everything, they are interested in collecting stories, observations, images, sound or video files of COVID-19 effects on Winona County. In the future, they hope to collect objects, diaries, and other documentation too.
Selections of submitted material through this form, or by email or mail, will be shared publicly though the WCHS website and social media accounts. A staff curated representative sampling of submitted materials will be housed in the WCHS Laird Lucas Library and Archives for future study.

More about the History Center

Located in historic downtown Winona, the Winona County History Center is made up of the old Armory (1915) and the award-winning contemporary Laird Norton Addition (2010), and houses three floors of exhibits, The Museum Shop, multiple programming and event spaces, the Laird Lucas Library and Archives and more!

Explore our past in interesting and fun exhibits, both permanent and traveling. Also, attend the many programs and events offered. Find your roots or delve into historical research in the Laird Lucas Library and Archives.

Call or visit us online to learn more and to get a calendar of exhibits, programs, activities, workshops and events.


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