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WOODEN PLAQUE – 75 Ar Hilsen Fra Sondre Land, on back is written: “Laget av. Regnovold Einders 2860 Odnes, Norge”, received at Concordia College, 1985.  Photo

 

LANDINGS LAGET GROUP PHOTOGRAPHS –mounted on poster board with ID and a copy in 3 ring notebook.

 

WOOD CARVING - The Tired Woodcutter, 11-1/2" height, 12" length.  Received from Sondre Land Kommune at the Lands Museum Celebration, Dokka, Norway, 1989.  Accepted by Lag President Calvin Pederson  Photo

 

NORDRE LAND KOMMUNE BANNER – Miniature white, blue and gold banner, hanging on stainless steel pole, mounted on 2-1/2” square marble base, received from Nordre Land Kommune during Utvandringsstevenet in 1989, accepted by Lag President Calvin Pederson.  Photo

 

SONDRE LAND KOMMUNE BANNER - Miniature white, blue and yellow banner, hanging on stainless steel pole, mounted on 3-1/4” square marble base.Received from Sondre Land Kommune during Utvandringsstevenet in 1989, accepted by Lag President Calvin Pederson. Photo

 

LANDINGS LAGET BANNER (Replacement) – Banner for stevne and parade use plus two bases; made by Odessa Jacobson, Alice Miller, and Alice Rothman; the original banner was placed with Vesterheim Museum, Decorah, Iowa in 1985. Photo

 

LAND PENNANT – Red, white, and blue; 29” wide at top, 67” long, received in 1989. This is used at registration and genealogy room table during the Stevne. Photo

 

90 YEAR ANNIVERSARY BANNER   Photo

 

HAND CARVED WOODEN FORK and SPOON - Intricately carved salad service fork and spoon, received in 1989 from Alastair Brown in Dokka; the year 1983 is carved on the underside of spoon and fork handles. Accepted by Lag President Calvin Pederson.  Photo

 

HAND CARVED WOODEN SPOONS – Three (3) intricately carved spoons, to accompany fork and spoon above  Photo

 

PEWTER VIKING SHIP – A gift to Landings Laget courtesy of Past President Helen Vinje in 1988, Wahpeton, ND. Accepted by Lag President Alf Swenson Photo

 

SMALL WOODEN BOWL – Marked 005-1986 Etnedal by Tus, 1988, a gift from Nordsinni Choir in 1988 at Wahpeton, ND. Accepted by Lag President Alf Swenson Photo

1910 Dania Hall, Minneapolis, Minnesota, courtesy of Orin Sather  Photo

1911 Minnehaha Park, Minneapolis, Minnesota, courtesy of Calvin Pederson   Photo

1923 Fergus Falls, Minnesota, courtesy of Sharon Wilson Photo

1926 Decorah, Iowa, courtesy of Virgil Thorstensein Photo

1928 Hillsboro, North Dakota, courtesy of Irvin Halbakken Photo

1929 Madison, Wisconsin, courtesy of Carl Rognholt   Photo

1930 Mayville, North Dakota Photo

1948 Bagley, Minnesota, courtesy of Dick Shager  Photo

1952 Hillsboro, North Dakota, Photo

1989 Lands Museum, Dokka, Norway, courtesy of Calvin Pederson

1994 LaCrosse, Wisconsin-Norskedalen, courtesy of Paul Anderson  Photo

1995 Wahpeton, North Dakota, courtesy of Paul Anderson   Photo

1996 Forest City, Iowa, courtesy of Paul Anderson  Photo

1997 Wahpeton, North Dakota, courtesy of Paul Anderson Photo Photo

1998 Wahpeton, North Dakota, courtesy of Paul Anderson  Photo

1999 Decorah, Iowa, courtesy of Paul Anderson Photo

2000 Wahpeton, North Dakota, courtesy of Paul Anderson Photo

2000 Dokka,Norway Lands Museum Photo

2001 Rapid City, South Dakota, courtesy of Paul Anderson  Photo

2002 St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota, courtesy of Paul Anderson Photo

2003 Winona, Minnesota, courtesy of Paul Anderson Photo

2004 Willmar, Minnesota, courtesy of Paul Anderson   Photo

2005 Stevne/Tour of Land, Norway Photo

2005 UW Whitewater, Wisconsin, courtesy of Paul Anderson Photo

2006 Sioux Falls, South Dakota, courtesy of Paul Anderson Photo

2007 Wahpeton,North Dakota, courtesy of Paul Anderson Photo

2008 Stevens Point, Wisconsin, courtesy of Paul Anderson  Photo

2009 River Falls, Wisconsin, courtesy of Paul Anderson Photo

2010 LANDINGSLAGET CENTENNIAL Winona, Minnesota, courtesy of Paul Anderson  Webpage

2011 Fargo, North Dakota, courtesy of Paul Anderson Webpage

2012 Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, courtesy of Paul Anderson Webpage

2013  St Cloud, Minnesota, courtesy of Paul Anderson Webpage

2014 Wahpeton, North Dakota, courtesy of Paul Anderson  Webpage

2015  LaCrosse, Wisconsin, courtesy of Paul Anderson  Webpage

2016 Austin, Minnesota, courtesy of Paul Anderson  Webpage

 

LARGE BLACK ROSEMALED BOWL – Painted by Kari Engevold and Lathed by Osvald Fredlund of Nordre Land; “A gift in memory of those who emigrated to America and a greeting to their descendants of today from the people of Torpa and Nordre Land, Norway. “Congratulations on your 75th Anniversary”, received at Concordia College,29 June 1985, presented by Arvid Sandaker. Photo

PLATE – “LANDINGSBJORNEN BEAR, 1994” a gift from Alastair Brown, Director of Lands Museum in Dokka, Norway, presented by Finn and Lilly Hanvold at the 1995 Stevne in Wahpeton, ND. Photo

BUTTON COLLECTION – Framed collection of Landings Laget Buttons and Ribbons: 1917, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1926, 1927, 1932, 1935, 1936, and 1954. Courtesy of Calvin Pederson. Photo

1910 & 1995 BUTTONS – Framed Shadowbox – Landings Laget 1910 button, courtesy of Gilman and Vivian Goplen, 1995 button and frame courtesy of Paul and Joan Anderson, presented at Forest City, Iowa in 1996. Photo

PORCELAIN FLOWER VASE – Received from Rolf Odegard, Mayor of Nordre Land Kommune, presented by Geir S. Loeng,Dokka, Norway, at the Stevne in Wahpeton in 1997.  Photo

NORSE-AMERICAN CENTENNIAL – 1925 - Pennant and Pin, donated by David Benson at the 1997 Stevne in Wahpeton ND (Myrtle Benson and Peggy Timm attended this event). Photo

NORSE-AMERICAN CENTENNIAL – 1925 - Ribbon donated by Oscar and Joel Lund at the 1997 Stevne in Wahpeton ND. Photo

SQUARE TABLECLOTH - 1998 - Gift from Ingvald Eid of Brandbu, Norway, presented at the 1998 stevne in Wahpeton ND.  Photo

1915 REGISTRATION RIBBON & PIN - Courtesy of Verna Leedahl, presented at the 1998 stevne in Wahpeton ND. Photo

SKETCH - by Per Einbu, 2000. "Parishioners Walking to Church,"  Accepted by Lag President Oscar Lund during visit to Land. Photo

BOOK "Rose Painting in Norway" by Randi Asker, donated by Arvid Sandaker at 2000 Stevne in Norway  Photo

PRIMSTAVEN - hand carved wooden stick from Norway, used as a calendar before one could buy printed almanacs. (See brochure for a more detailed explanation.) Given to Landings Lag in 2000 by Alastair Brown, Curator of Lands Museum, Dokka, Norway, accepted by Lag President, Oscar Lund. Photo

PORCELAIN DOLLS - dressed in their official Bunads from Land. The Landingsdrakt costume for the girl doll was made by Karen Emilie Dillerud from Nordre Land. The Mannsbunad on the boy doll was made by Marit Os from Sondre Land. Given to Landings Lag in 2000 by the Mayor of Nordre Land, Rolf Odegard and the Mayor of Sondre Land, Reidar Eriksen, at the Lands Museum Dokka, Norway, accepted by Lag President, Oscar Lund. Photo

BRONZE MINIATURE LOGGING STATUE – Rolf Odegard Mayor of Nordre Land was represented by Geir S. Loeng who presented the Logging Statue to the Landings Lag in 2001 at Rapid City SD accepted by the Lag President, Sandy Hendrickson.  The mayor’s committee for cultural affairs said: “The municipality of Nordre Land wants to acknowledge the way the Landingslaget in America has preserved Norwegian culture in general, and especially the “Land culture” in the United States. Nordre Land wants to reward Landingslaget for its excellent and extensive work through ninety years, and present to the lag a miniature of the logging statute in bronze made by the sculptor Erik Tandberg. Photo

HENNING WOOD CARVING- Statue of a Prillar-Guri given by Reidar Ericksen, Mayor of Sondre Land. Accepted by Lag President, Sandy Hendrickson at the Randsfjorden Gjestegård, Norway on June 4, 2005 at the 95th Anniversary of Landings Lag i America. Photo

HENNING WOOD CARVING- Statue of a man given by Liv Solveig Alfstad, Mayor of Nordre Land. Accepted by Lag President, Sandy Hendrickson at the Ankalterud Gård, Dokka, Norway on June 8, 2005 at the 95th Anniversary of Landings Lag i America. Photo

CANDLE HOLDERS- Two candle holders given by the Lands Museum, Dokka, Norway. Presented by Alastair Brown. Accepted by Lag President Sandy Hendrickson at the Bygde dag June 5th, 2005. Photo

FRAMED PICTURE of/from Landingsleiken, the youth dance troupe from Norway that performed at the Stevens Point stevne in 2008. The dancers signatures are on the side of the picture. Presented by the Dance Leader and accepted by Lag President Sandy Hendrickson. Photo

2008 STEVNE BANQUET CENTERPIECE crafted by Landingslag member Chuck Hauck Photo

2009 STEVNE BANQUET CENTERPIECE crafted by Landingslag member Chuck Hauck  Photo

2010 CENTENNIAL PLATE   Photo

LANDINGS LAG CENTENNIAL COFFEE MUG 100 Years Jubilee 1910-2010   Photo

CARVED AND PAINTED WOODEN PLATE-Gratulerer Fra Fellesraad til Landingslag 1910-2010, Given to Landings Lag in 2011 by Becky Lusk , accepted by Lag President Sandra Hendrickson at the 2011 Stevne in Fargo, ND  Photo

2012 STEVNE, BANQUET CENTERPIECE "Christmas in July" at Oconomowoc WI, donated by Paul Anderson Photo

SERVING TRAY: Painting  on the tray is a Winter Scene of Dokka in 1916, from the Lands Museum photo collection. Presented to the Lag President, Eric Goplin at the Ringlien Farm by Rune Selj of Sondre Land on the 2015 Tour To Norway.  Photo

SERVING TRAY: Painting on the tray is a summer scene of  Hov c. 1900 from the Lands Museum photo collection. Presented to the Lag President, Eric Goplin at the Riglien Farm by Rune Selj of Sondre-Land on the 2015 Tour to  Norway.  Photo

BUTTON:  Graphic depicting 'Norwegian letters' and inscribed "Landingslaget i Land, August 2015" and presented to tour coordinator Sandra Hendrickson by Geir Steiner Leong at the 2015 7-Lag Stevne in La Crosse WI.  Photo

BOOK: Haels Hemmat Bilder Fra Land. Presented to Sandra Hendrickson at the 2015 7-Lag stevne banquet in La Crosse, Wisconsin by Geir Steiner Loeng of Dokka ,Norway. The English translation is "Greet Home". A picture book of Land. Photo


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