An Angel on Snowshoes

Dr. Kate Pelham Newcomb was dedicated to reaching patients when the winter roads were impassable.

Visit the Dr. Kate Museum

The Dr. Kate Museum is the repository for memorabilia for Dr. Kate Pelham Newcomb, the 1953 Million Penny Parade, Geometry teacher Mr. Otto Burich, AV-W High School and grade school and the Town of Woodruff.

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Dr. Kate Musem Events

From time to time, the Dr. Kate Museum offers raffle tickets for museum fundraisers or hosts special events.  Come join the Dr. Kate Museum for some family fun.

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Dr. Kate Scholarship

The Museum Awards a $1,000 scholarship

each year to a graduating Lakeland Union High School student who graduated from the Arbor Vitae-Woodruff Elementary School and is pursuing a career in either teaching or the medical field.

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Get Involved, Become a Member

Donate local historical items or contribute to the scholarship or operating fund We need your skills and ideas. If you like to landscape, design, work on the computer, meet nice people, or just give something back to your community, please give us a call at 715.356.6896. Membership Form

Contact Us

923 2nd Ave
Woodruff, WI 54568
(715) 356-6896
dr.katemuseum@yahoo.com

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Museum Hours

2nd Monday in June until Labor Day
Monday - Friday 11am - 3pm
By Appointment During Off Season.

Officers

President: Mike Doud
Vice President: Gary Simmons
Secretary: Lori Berryman
Treasurer: Evelyn Lee
Board Member At Large: Cy Timmens
Currator: Marsha Doud

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The Dr. Kate Museum is the repository for memorabilia for Dr. Kate Pelham Newcomb, the 1953 Million Penny Parade, Geometry teacher Mr. Otto Burich, AV-W High School and grade school and the Town of Woodruff.

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Dr. Kate Pelham

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Northwoods Museum

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Dr. Kate History

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Woodruff memorabilia

Million Penny Parade

Penny Parade

Mr. Otto Burich

AV-W school

Woodruff High School

Town of Woodruff

World's Largest Penny