The Sheboygan County Historical Research Center recently named Steven Rogstad, Director of Development.
Steven begins his new endeavor January 3, 2018 and looks forward to county involvement promoting history and the Research Center. Steven’s duties will include fund and donor development, media relations and community outreach.
A familiar face in Sheboygan County, Rogstad has delivered very popular lectures and courses on Abraham Lincoln for the Center over the past six years.
In his leisure time, Steven serves as Chairman of the Racine Heritage Museum board of directors, and as Vice President of Preservation Racine, Inc. He has taught Lincoln-related topics at numerous educational institutions, including Carroll College, University of Wisconsin-Parkside and the Kenosha Civil War Museum.
The Sheboygan County Historical Research Center (SCHRC), located in Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin, specializes in the preservation and storage of written records of all of Sheboygan County and the surrounding area.
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The Sheboygan County Historical Research Center (SCHRC) houses more than 1 million documents and 500,000 images, making it one of the largest private collections of local history in the State of Wisconsin. SCHRC specializes in the preservation and storage of written records of all Sheboygan County and the surrounding area. This nonprofit organization receives no public tax money, and has nurtured and grown this impressive collection for more than 30 years due to the generosity of members, donors and volunteers.Type your paragraph here.
518 Water Street
Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085
Steven Rogstad, SCHRC's new Director of Development
February 19th, 2018 through March 5, 2018 for archiving.
Since 1983 -- 2250 history articles have been written for local newspapers, 95,000+ phone queries were answered 3500+ volunteers have worked tirelessly to save history, 1659 educational programs have been offered; 59 this year alone. 105 books and brochures about Sheboygan County have been published 165,000+ researchers have been helped. Researchers came from 32 states, Canada, England, the Netherlands, Mexico and Germany.