History Center

The Southwest Minnesota Regional Research Center began in 1972 as a joint venture of the Minnesota Historical Society and members of the History Department of Southwest Minnesota State University.

As an official public records repository established to serve the 19 counties of southwestern Minnesota, it is one of eight regional research centers in the state of Minnesota. The mission of the center is to preserve historical documents and encourage research and knowledge gathering on southwestern Minnesota. The Southwest History Center has reason to be proud of its activity level and involvement in outreach, publications, and research. The History Center is often referred to as a model organization and the coordinator is often asked to provide information and guidance to other archival and historical organizations.

Location

The Southwest Minnesota Regional Research Center is located on the campus of Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall, MN. The archives are housed in the Social Science Building (Rooms 137, 139 and 141).


Southwest Minnesota Regional Research Center

Last Modified: 6/23/17 5:08 PM