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This framed photograph of Camp Dodge Iowa was brought into the Custer County History Harvest.

This is a funeral booklet for Jessie W. Hinkle. The booklet was brought into the Custer County History Harvest by Ann Payne.

This is the funeral program for Ralph Joseph Hinkle. The program was brought in by Ann Payne at the Custer County History Harvest 2016.

This 1995 death certificate for Adelene Schneider was brought in by Ann Payne to the Custer County History Harvest.

This is a 1994 death certificate for William Hinkle. He was a member of the Hinkle family who lived in Cumro, Nebraska. Presently, Cumro is a small, unincorporated community, in the south east corner of Custer County.

This is a 1933 death certificate for Marguerite Hinkle. She was a member of the Hinkle family who lived in Cumro, Nebraska. Presently, Cumro is a small, unincorporated community, in the southeast corner of Custer County.

This button supporting women's suffrage was brought into the Custer County History Harvest by Dee Adams.

A photograph of a Sellers and Co. baking center.

A human statue of liberty photography taken at Camp Dodge in Des Moines Iowa. The photograph feature 18,000 officers and men who were stationed at the base.

An 1889 land grant for Andrew Loudon. The land in Custer County was granted to Loudon and the document was signed by President Benjamin Harrison. Donor information is on release form number 27.
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