CUSTER — Her grandfather, C.C. Gideon, designed and oversaw construction of the State Game Lodge and the large, historic log house known as Valhalla that served as the summer home for U.S. Sen. Peter Norbeck and his family in Custer State Park.
Cabin shouldn’t be perk
A unique piece of South Dakota history named Valhalla sits in the middle of Custer State Park. For many years, use of this historically-significant summer home of a former South Dakota governor and U.S. senator, Peter Norbeck, has been restricted to a select few South Dakotans — mostly governors and their inner circle of family, friends and colleagues.
We think that’s wrong and urge Gov. Mike Rounds and Custer State Park officials to change the policy.
August 28, 2010
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