Enderlin Historical Society & Museum

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Enderlin Historical

Society and Museum

315 Railway Street

Enderlin, ND 58027

email: info@enderlinmuseum.org

The Museum The Museum is a majestic old building with a rich history from when it served as the Masonic Temple.  It was built in 1927 of pressed red brick with white stone coping in modern Colonial style. It is 35 by 85 feet and cost $26,000.00 to build.  It contains two floors and the lower level was built with a specially constructed “dance floor” which the architect designed with a footing of cinders, air spaced to prevent buckling.  It originally was steam heated by the Soo Line roundhouse.  Currently, the building is unheated.
Museum Hours:
Open May through September (weather permitting)
 
Hours:  Thursday and Friday from 1 to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 9 to noon or by appointment as follows:

e-mail:  info@enderlinmuseum.org
phone:  701-437-3205; 701-799-0725;
701-793-9743 or 701-437-2953

2013-14 Board Members: (alphabetical)
Gary Adair
Hubert Bleese
Scott DeFehr
Gary Lindemann
Myrene Peterson
Susan Schlecht
Karlton Stordalen

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