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Certificate for Albert More, a family ancestor of Terrence and Sara Holoubeck. The certificate is original, paper, and stamped with United States Seal. The certificate was issued as part of the 1873 Timber Culture Act by Congress to encourage…

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.…

A Surveyor's Map of Kearney circa 1978. It was too large to be scanned, so it had to be photographed. It was brought into the Harvest by UNK's own Dr. Roger Davis.

An original, paper Baptism Certificate in German. Certificate has two dates: March 31, 1900 and possibly June (?) 4, 1900. Some of the information is handwritten in German, and indicates that the Baptism either took place or was recognized in…

The stones were architectural decorative elements originally located on the facade of the Kearney, Nebraska, Opera House which opened on May 1, 1891. The Opera House hosted entertainment, graduations, and other community events until May 14, 1932,…

This framed photograph was brought to the harvest by Carol and Ken Fritzler of Broken Bow, NE

This framed photo was brought in by Carol and Ken Fritzler of Broken Bow, NE and donated to the Buffalo County Historical Society

Colored postcard with a picture of the Buffalo County Courthouse. It is addressed to Mr. J. W. Frey of Omaha, Nebraska.

Colored postcard of the old Buffalo County Courthouse in Kearney, Nebraska. The postcard is addressed to Mrs. Ernest Danielson of Sutherland, Nebraska.

A Tin Glasses Case owned by an Edward Halcks of Dobytown, Nebraska. Date inscribed is September (10th?) 1879
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