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The Minnesota Digital Library has added new content from a new contributor, the Danish American Center.

Multi-story brick building partially obscured by trees in the foreground. There is a light coating of snow on the ground and building roof.

The Minnesota Digital Library (MDL) has new content and a new contributor. MDL recently added a set of materials from the Danish American Center in Minneapolis. The images, newsletters, and brochures in this collection focus on the organization's Danebo home, a retirement residence for people of Danish descent which closed around the turn of the 21st century. The Danebo building, current home of the Danish American Center, was even visited by Danish royalty in 1939 when Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Ingrid of Denmark planted some trees on the grounds in honor of America's sesquicentennial. Browse all of the new content from the Danish American Center on the MDL website via this link.

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Molly Huber
Outreach Coordinator, Minnesota Digital Library
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