60 years later, Ike's stay at Glendalough celebrated
Burt Hustad of Battle Lake remembers an early September day in 1952, as an 18-year-old, when Dwight Eisenhower waved to him and his brother, Roger, while entering Glendalough. At that time the land was privately owned and was four decades away from becoming a state park.
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