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Kelsey Opsahl, left, and Amy Degerstrom authored the 'Images of America: Detroit Lakes' book.

THE GOOD OLD DAYS

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The forward thinking of people who document and then donate history is not only what keeps the Becker County Historical Society and Museum in business, it also helped produce a pictorial book featuring Detroit Lakes.

"This is everybody's story of Detroit Lakes because it's everybody's pictures. And this couldn't have happened without those people," said Amy Degerstrom, the museum's executive director. "We were able to have photos from 1871 to modern day because of that."

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