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Wooden walking cane that has a hidden, detachable knife at the top. L.D. Powers, local Buffalo County enthusiast, carved the cane in January 1939. See associated article for further information.

An original, round Thermo-Scope used at the Ira C. Anderson Funeral Home (established in 1920) in Kearney, Nebraska (which is now the Horner, Lieske, McBride, & Kuhl Funeral Home in Kearney located at the intersection of 25th St. and Avenue A.…

Original stone spear points resembling Native American traditional weaponry and tools. Found by Merwyn Henderson.

Large group picture of the men who were boosters in Kearney in the early nineteenth century. The photograph was taken by Solomon D. Butcher.

Black and white postcard, photograph taken by Solomon D. Butcher of S. D. Butcher & Son Photography Studio. It shows an older man sitting in front of a farm house with a bunch of farming equipment and miscellaneous objects. It is addressed to Mrs.…

Black and white photograph of the Platte River Bridge near Elm Creek, Nebraska.

Colored advertisement on card stock with hand-drawings and paintings for the Opera House Bar

Humorous postcard meant to illustrate how fertile Nebraska's farmland was. Photograph has been altered by Solomon D. Butcher in order to make the potatoes in the cart look gigantic.
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