Documentary for Purchase
The Children Remember
Life at the Minnesota State Public School for Dependent and Neglected Children
Kathleen Laughlin/producer, director, editor;
Maxine Ronglien/executive producer;
Michael Maas/project director; Harvey Ronglien/historian; Kevin Kling/narrator; Mike Hazard/writer; Ed Matney/camera; Ted Golbuff/sound; Robert Hughes/composer
In 2002, "The Children Remember" documentary video, a project that spanned more than two years, was complete. The Minnesota State Public School Orphanage Museum Board of Directors, led by Maxine Ronglien, Michael Maas, and Harvey Ronglien worked diligently with the talented Kathleen Laughlin on this stunning documentary video, which captures the personal stories of past State School wards, family members, and staff.
Winner of BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
Fargo Film Festival, March 2003
Selected as ONE OF BEST OF FEST
Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival, April 2003
Learn firsthand from the children who lived this history. If you would like to order a copy of this 87-minute documentary and hear these candid and sometimes tragic stories told directly from those who lived it, there are four ordering options: Online, U.S. Mail, Phone, or at the Museum.
VHS TAPE price is $15.00 (shipping and handling included)
Click the BUY Now button directly below to order one or more VHS tapes:
DVD price is $30.00 (shipping and handling included)
Click the BUY Now button below to order one or more DVD:
ORDER BY PHONE: You may order with a Visa or MasterCard by calling 507-774-7369
ORDER BY MAIL: Please send your name and mailing address, along with a check or money order for $15.00 (VHS) or $30.00 (DVD) per video to: State School Orphanage Museum, 540 West Hills Circle, Owatonna, MN 55060
The documentary was funded in part by the Minnesota Historical Society's Grants-in-Aid Program, and by corporate and individual donations.
*"The Children Remember" is also for sale on location at the State School Orphanage Museum (cost is $5 less per video since there is no shipping).