Living History A most dynamic and entertaining way of engaging audiences of all ages and backgrounds in the adventure of historical discovery. Living legacy's help communities and visitors learn the richness of the cultural differences that shaped the early years of history in our community.
Meet Our Living History Presenters:
Alice Whitney-wife of Wheelock Whitney, a successful businessman. Alice Whitney hosted Eleanor Roosevelt at her home in St. Cloud.
Sam Pandolfo-Creator of the 'Pan Town" car. His flamboyant personality makes him a delight to hear.
Sam Pandolfo & Alice Whitney
Father Francis Xavier Pierz -Responsible for attractingg large numbers of German Catholics to settle in central Minnesota. Newspapers out East published articles written by Father Pierz. He wrote glowing descriptions of Minnesota's mild climate, soil, and it's large tracts of free land.
June Marlow -Many of the classic childrens comedies, the Little Rascals, starred St. Cloud’s own June Marlowe as the teacher, Miss Crabtree. Travel to the Stearns History Museum and meet (living historian) June Marlowe as she presents her childhood memories of growing up in St. Cloud and her rise to stardom.