Albert H. Hagen - Phyllis Day Collection, available at the Center for Western Studies, consists of correspondence and photos. The collection contains two large rolled photographs along with various photos of school children of the 1800's and other miscellaneous photos. Some of the letters are general (some written in Norwegian), while others focus specifically on the Dugout School. It also contains newspaper clippings and periodicals, stories, and translations from what is most likely Norwegian. Albert H. Hagen was a Norwegian immigrant who lived most of his life in the Irene, SD area. He came to America with his family when he was nine years old. Phyllis Day of Sioux Falls was Albert H. Hagen's granddaughter.
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