Constructed in 1911 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the library is a good example of the Jacobethan Revival style. It was designed by the
architectural firm of Fisher and Lawrie of Omaha. Funding to build the library was provided by Andrew
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church is a fine example of Gothic Revival architecture. Board and batten construction
adds to its individuality, and the building has undergone only minor alterations since its construction in 1872. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Many of the homes in Ashland carry a legacy of their own with some residences dating back over 100 years, and a majority of these are still lived in. One of these historic homes is over 135 years old and is still lived in without much visible change in its exterior appearance.