The house was privately owned until 1974 when it was designated on the National Register of Historic Places and as a National Historic Landmark. The residence was made into a museum by the Minnesota Association of Co-Operatives and given to the city of Granite Falls in 1979.

The Andrew J. Volstead House Museum is managed by the Granite Falls Historical Society, a volunteer based nonprofit dedicated to preserving the history of Granite Falls. The City of Granite Falls owns the historic structure.

2020 Members of the Granite Falls Historical Society

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Gold Members

Business Members

Family Memberships

  • Les and Sue Berquist
  • Merlin and Sylvia Buchholz
  • Pat and Butch Buschette
  • Bill and Terri Dinesen
  • Mary Gillespie and Mohammed Al-Otaibi
  • Greg and Lynn Holmstrom
  • Pat and Matthew Kubly
  • C.T and J. B. Lundell
  • Gene and Helen Stukel
  • Dave and Cindy Smiglewski
  • Todd and Nancy Trudel

Individual Members

  • Sharon Anderson
  • Verona Dalin
  • Gene Flaten
  • Avis Freitag
  • Rachel Hagen
  • Virginia Homme
  • Dorothy Ims
  • Marsha Johnson
  • Diane Ladner
  • Ruby Hieb
  • Margot Richter
  • Vonnie Saquilan
  • Chris Swedzinski
  • Beverly Tellefsen