Historical and Architectural Resources of Wayzata MN
Produced by: The Wayzata Heritage Preservation Board and Historical Society, 2003
This 105 page survey is packed full of information about Native Americans and the Dakota Sioux of the region. It documents the early settlement of Euro Americans, the Gilded Age, Neighborhood development, and the changing face of Lake St. It is packed full of historic appendices for continued investigation.
Produced by: The City of Wayzata, 2003
Renowned storyteller Bob Gasch narrates highlights of Wayzata’s 150 year history on location with historic photographs from The Western Hennepin Co. Pioneer Museum, the Wayzata Historical Society and the Minnesota Historical Society. Under one hour.
Picturing Lake Minnetonka
Author: James W. Ogland
A pictorial history of the Lake Minnetonka area, including Wayzata, as shown by postcards over the years.
Map of Lake Minnetonka
A collection of aerial photographs of the Lake Minnetonka area, date ca. 1940. Donated to the Historical Society by Mark Hurd.
History of Wayzata 1854–2004
Author: Charles Schoen
Produced by: Wayzata Historical Society, 2004
Long time character, walking history expert Chuck Schoen continues to tell the story of the evolution of this small town with a unique perspective. Photos and maps of the last fifty years of growth were combined with revisions of the centennial publication. New photos are scattered throughout this section. First edition
Gifts & Other Items
An assortment of postcards are available containing various scenes from the Wayzata area
$ .50 each