Danish-American Heritage Society, organizations, museums, history, language societies
If the newly formed Danish-American Heritage Society is to accomplish what it so boldly visualizes it must focus on two primary aims.
It must somehow convince, it not thousands, then at least a substantial number of Danish-Americans of the importance of its stated purposes, so that the Society can be adequately supported and become a vital force. Secondly, it must solve the difficult problem not only of collecting archivalia, but of maintaining central depositories, museums, or at least some kind of cultural service center. Swedish-Americans have their fine institute at Minneapolis, Norwegians their St. Olaf's and Decorah, and Finnish-Americans have Suomi College at Hancock, but where in this age of ethnic awareness does one turn to learn something about Danish-Americans?
"Looking Back And Looking Forward,"
The Bridge: Vol. 1:
1, Article 5.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/thebridge/vol1/iss1/5