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It was the year World War I began, though in Culver it was the year electricity arrived in town, the public library was launched, and an array of roads went from muddy wagon tracks to gravel, among other news of note. The entire year’s worth of Culver Citizen newspapers from 1914 is available, full-text and […]

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The entire year’s worth of Culver Citizen newspapers from 1974 is available, full-text and searchable, to add to our existing collection of more than 20 years’ worth of Culver newspapers, which can be accessed here. Choose a link below to start your trip back to 1974! 1974 Culver Citizen newspapers January-March, 1974 April-June, 1974 July-September, 1974 […]

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The entire year’s worth of Culver Citizen newspapers from 2013 is available, full-text and searchable, to add to our existing collection of more than 20 years’ worth of Culver newspapers, which can be accessed here. Choose a link below to start your trip back to 2011! 2013 Culver Citizen newspapers January-March, 2013 April-June, 2013 July-Sept., […]

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The entire year’s worth of Culver Citizen newspapers from 2012 is available, full-text and searchable, to add to our existing collection of more than 20 years’ worth of Culver newspapers, which can be accessed here. Choose a link below to start your trip back to 2011! 2012 Culver Citizen newspapers January-March, 2012 April-June, 2012 July-Sept., […]

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The entire year’s worth of Culver Citizen newspapers from 2011 is available, full-text and searchable, to add to our existing collection of more than 20 years’ worth of Culver newspapers, which can be accessed here. Choose a link below to start your trip back to 2011! 2011 Culver Citizen newspapers January-March, 2011 April-June, 2011 July-Sept., 2011 […]

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The Summer, 2014 edition of the Antiquarian and Historical Society’s “Culver History Quarterly” newsletter is now available, having appeared in the print edition of the Aug. 28, 2014 Culver Citizen newspaper. Updates on the Culver-filmed ‘Little Savages’ movie props exhibit at the museum, upcoming AHS events, a look back at AHS’ involvement in the recent […]

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The Vietnam War was winding down…Nixon hadn’t yet resigned…and Culver Community High School was just five years old, two drug stores in Culver still had soda fountains, and Culver Academy for Girls was just two years old. It was 1973 in Culver, and the entire year is available, full-text and searchable, to add to our […]

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 Summer is slowly fading away but we still have some exciting events to complete your summer! “Survivors of the Titanic”:  August 16, 2014                   Jeff Kenney will be giving another one of his informative Power Points on how the Titanic disaster had roots in Culver.  Culver was home to a survivor of the Titanic disaster and […]

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A look at the great crimes of Culver’s past is on tap for Saturday, July 12, starting at 10 a.m. as part of the annual meeting of the Antiquarian and Historical Society of Culver. The event will take place in the large meeting room of the Culver Public Library, 107 N. Main Street in downtown […]

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After months of planning and effort, the newly renamed museum has opened at 102 W. Jefferson Street, Suite B (south entrance of the First Farmers Bank and Trust Building in downtown Culver)! The museum can be reached by phone at 574-635-0053. We’re sharing space with the newly-opened Culver and Lake Maxinkuckee Visitor Center, and both […]

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