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Great Gift Items from the New Richmond Heritage Center

New Richmond City Afghans in
3 color choices for your selection.
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AFGHANS (see above) ~ $45/$8

Cranberry Red * Navy Blue  *  Multi-color

 


 A large slice of New Richmond can be found in the farmhouse at the Heritage Center. You will see item price/shipping price for each item. 

BOOKS:

“They Built Their City Twice:A History of New Richmond” ~ $25/$5

By Mary Sather

A general history of the community from 1855 to 1998 when the book was published.  Includes 211 pages with 170 photos, most of which were selected from the Heritage Center archives.

 

From Sharing Memories:

A series of articles by Mary Sather, memories of her

student nursing days, collected from

The New Richmond News ~ $6/$2

 

“The New Richmond Tornado of 1899

A Modern Herculaneum” ~ $16/$5

By Anna Epley

Written at the time of the tornado by a local school teacher this book follows the aftermath of the disaster looking at the socioeconomic impact as well as the human factor.

 

“Remembering Rural Schools

of St. Croix County” ~ $10/$5

By St. Croix County Extension Homemakers

A brief history of each of the many rural schools scattered across the county including mapped locations and photographs of each.

 

“Not To Be Forgotten...1899 Cyclone

A Testimony of Survivors” ~ $5/$3

Personal memories, written and submitted by family members, of those who were most affected by the disaster.

 

“Sesquicentennial Tales

150 New Richmondites” ~ $15/$5

Edited by Mary Sather

This is a collection of brief biographies of New Richmond residents from the past 150 years.  The pieces were collected from several sources and edited for interest and readability.

 

“New Richmond Wisconsin – The First 150 Years”
Created and published by The New Richmond News
~ $20/$5

Showcasing New Richmond in glossy historic photographs with many of the highlights of life in this community depicted

 

“Doughboy

The History of Doughboy Industries 1856-2008 New Richmond, Wisconsin” ~$18/$5

Local resident Jim Reppe has compiled the history of the Roller Mills/Doughboy business from 1864 – 2008.  This massive research project on local history is a great read!

 

The Neighborhood Series:

 Book #1

“Moving West – The First Suburb” ~ $20/$5

By James Reppe & Mary Sather

As New Richmond population grows so does its boundaries – westward towards the old fairgrounds and the new hospital.

 

Book #2

“Up On the Northside” ~ $20/$5

By James Reppe & Mary Sather

Many of the blue-collar workers of the local mills, both lumber and flour, settled in the section of town which is still referred to as the Northside.  A close-knit community allows a look inside through the pages of this book.

 

Book #3

“Over On the East Side” ~ $20/$5

By James Reppe & Mary Sather

East of Knowles Avenue just off downtown is one of the oldest neighborhoods in New Richmond.  This book takes a closer look at the history of this section of town which includes many of the early public gathering places.

Book #4

"Down On the South Side" ~ $20/$5

By James Reppe & Mary Sather

“Down on the South Side” is the fourth book in the “Neighborhood Series” of New Richmond’s local history.  The south side is the city’s most recently expanded growth.

Book #5

"Historic New Richmond Downtown 1899-2009 " ~ $20/$5

By Mary Sather & James Reppe

“Historic New Richmond Downtown 1899-2009 ” is the fifth book in the “Neighborhood Series” of New Richmond’s local history. 

 

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Memberships may be purchased at the following levels:

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