Rose Garey shared pieces of heirloom furniture from her collection at the Nebraska City History Harvest event held at the Lewis and Clark Missouri River Basin Visitors Center on September 12, 2010.
Rose Garey, Nebraska City History Harvest, 2010
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Rose Garey shares the story of her family's "Grossmutters" doll chest with the History Harvest graduate student assistant Leslie Working. You can find this and other stories on the History Harvest YouTube Channel.
Rose Garey shares the story of a mahogany decorative piece with UNL History Harvest graduate student assistant Leslie Working. You can find this and other stories on the History Harvest YouTube Channel.
Ms Garey's family owned this mahogany decorative piece, probably made out of scrap furniture, for over a century. Made in Culbertson, Nebraska around 1900 it came to Rose Garey's grandfather in exchange for a three-piece suit. For interviews and…
Ms Garey's "Grossmutters" doll chest has been in her father's family for generations until his aunt gave it away to a neighbor's girl in Culbertson, Nebraska right before death. When Ms Garey's father came from Germany in the early 1900s to live with…