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Piano Player at Morback House     December 2, 2006
No matter what you do at Morback House, history is watching.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

What days and hours is the Morback House open? Admission cost?

jaycee said...

Morback House Museum is open Wednesdays and Saturdays, from 1:00 to 4:00. There is no admission fee.

Shirley Slanker said...

Am looking for names of Lutheran Churches that would have served the Sherwood, Oregon area in the early 1900's. Am looking to locate former Illinois residents by the names of Ludwig and Christine Graue. Ludwig is buried in Sherwood but am still looking for Christine (Degener) Graue his wife. I am with the Franzosenbusch Heritage Historical Society outside of Chicago, Illinois.

Anonymous said...

You can find the contact names, phone number and e-mail for St. Paul Lutheran Church in Sherwood at this site:
http://www.stpaullcms.net/

jaycee said...

Ah yes. Graue is a familiar name. Saint Paul Lutheran Church is the place to inquire. If you need more help contact the blog meister: ClydeList@cs.com

Lilly Morgen said...

Shirley--

What do you know about the Graue family so far?

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