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A drawing depicting the Notre Dame Sisters with children at the Hessoun Orphanage in Fenton, Missouri where they first began their ministry in the United States in May of 1910.

Photograph of the Notre Dame Sisters who arrived in the United States in 1910.

Front: Candidate Anna Eisenmeier (Sister Cecilia), Sister Caroline, Sister Januaria, Sister Symphorosa, Mother Qualberta, Msgr. Anthony Polansky.

Back: Candidate…

This Westerville High School book was brought into the Custer County History Harvest by Gaylord Slingsby. The book provides the history of Westerville High School, which was open from 1921-1956.

This 1918-1919 season pass allowed admission into all of Broken Bow High School's home football and basketball games in 1918-1919. The front of the object details the price of the pass and the publisher, while the back shows the high school's…

This 1920 photograph of the Arthur and Jenny Cooksley family was brought into the Custer County History Harvest by Kevin Cooksley. The photograph was taken in Broken Bow.

This 1899 photograph of the Alex Pirnie's daughters was brought into the Custer County History Harvest by Kevin Cooksley.

This 1914 photograph of the Alex Pirnie Family was brought into the Custer County History Harvest by Kevin Cooksley. The photograph was taken at the Pirnie homestead in 1914.

This 1900 photograph of the Alex Pirnie Family was brought into the Custer County History Harvest by Kevin Cooksley. The photograph was taken at the Pirnie homestead in 1900.

This 1917 photograph of the Alex Pirnie Family was brought into the Custer County History Harvest by Kevin Cooksley. The photograph was taken in Broken Bow.
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