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June 26, 2009

Flour Power: The Richard Ferrell Collection

Filed under: Podcasts and Slideshows — John Fulton @ 1:31 pm

Avid collector and donor Richard Ferrell describes how he got into collecting and the lessons he learned on the way to amassing the Richard Ferrell Flour Milling Industry History Collection, now a part of the Historical Society’s collections.

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3 Responses to “Flour Power: The Richard Ferrell Collection”

  1. Dick Ferrell Says:

    Hats off to the staff members in Collections for blending my ramblings into an interesting podcast. I have been impressed from day-one with each and every person involved in the process of acquiring and documenting my collection. I sincerely hope the collection and the Mill City Museum venue will inspire further study of the flour milling industry of Minnesota and the Great Northwest.

  2. Karin Ferrell Says:

    “Congrats” way to go Dad!! :-)

  3. Norman Reed Says:

    Richard has helped me, a fledgling flour milling collector, with my collecting. It is great that the Mill City Museum is using his great stuff.



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