About the Online Archives
The office archives and the online archives consist of family history files of hundreds of people who have lived in and around the Viborg area over the past nearly 150 years. We recently acquired digital files of Viborg High School yearbooks from 1950 - 1989, and Hurley High School yearbooks from 1951 - 1989, as well as the 2001 VHS Alumni Album.
About the Museum Library
The Museum Library has many submitted family histories and family photo albums for research, but not online. Other resources available include complete sets of Viborg Enterprise newspapers from 1958 - current editions, centennial books (Centerville, Chancellor, Davis, Hurley, Marion (including Monroe and Dolton), Irene, Parker, Viborg, and Wakonda), Turner County atlases beginning in 1897, Clay, Lincoln, Turner, Union, and Yankton county farm and home directories, most Viborg High School yearbooks from 1916 - present, Turner County Pioneer History by W. H. Stoddard (published in 1931) and other county resource books.
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Museum Gift Shop
Visit our museum gift shop during open hours for a wide selection of Danish and Viborg collectibles.
* Inspirational books by Joy Ibsen
* Greeting cards
* Refrigerator magnets
* Danish jewelry
* Danish flags
* Danish Blue Christmas plates
* Danish Blue Mother's Day plates
* Danish Children's Day plates
* Viborg Centennial plates
* Viborg T-shirts
* Museum T-shirts
* Viborg postcards
** We now also have:**
"Friends of Viborg" medallions (2006-2019)
Viborg 125th anniversary Danish-American cookbook
Viborg 125th anniversary glass steins (2 styles)
Viborg 125th anniversary glass apothecary jars
"I Love Viborg" coffee mugs
Viborg plastic tumblers (red or white)
Viborg drink cozies
The Daneville Heritage Museum now has a Facebook page! Come check it out at
Please go check out the new virtual exhibit "Spreading the Word: The Dana College Theatre Troup Tour of 1942" by the Danish American Archive and Library! Viborg is the main focus of the "South Dakota" section of the online exhibit, as the theatre troup did a performance of their play "The Word" by Kaj Munk at Viborg's DBS Hall. Many thanks to Catrine Giery for displaying a photograph of the DBS Hall in the exhibit! Click on the link below to check it out!