1112 C Street: American Foursquare home built in 1902 by B.G. Dawson.
1016 D Street: Gothic-Georgian Revival 1910 Showhouse built by architect W.F. Gernandt.
822 E Street: Italiante home built in the 1870s.
1007 E Street: Bungalow-style home built in about 1925.
1014 E Street: Eclectic-style home built in the early 1920s by the Busboom Bros. as a speculation home.
1023 E Street: Neo-Classical Revival home built in about 1900 by J.W. McDonnell, local businessman.
703 Fourth Street: Queen Anne home built about 1900.
721 Fourth Street: Italiante home of C.H. Denney, built in about 1875.
907 Fourth Street: Kesterson Home Italiante style, built in 1879 by Col. Thomas Harbine bought in 1885 by horsebreeder J.C. Kesterson.
915 Fifth Street: Queen Anne style home built about 1890.
615 Sixth Street: Early boarding house built before 1904.
827 Sixth Street: Eclectic-style home built in 1910 by George Cross, Fairbury postmaster and owner of The Fairbury Gazette.
911 Sixth Street: Tudor Revival Home built in 1920 by W.F. Cramb, Editor of The Fairbury Journal.
1109 Sixth Street: Eclectic-style home built by banker Luther Bonham in 1923.
Come visit us in Fairbury, Nebraska
The Kreyciks began raising elk in 1986 as an alternative agricultural venture. The venture has expanded to include a buffalo ...
Get a taste of the fun from the Roots Tour - a tour of historic straw and hay bale homes in Nebraska. See a 100 year old bale removed from a house from 1913. Organized for US and international...
The historic Peter Peterson Farm, home to Robert and Carol Workman since 1974, has been restored to it's 1895 grandeur. Take a video tour.
Sutherland's Depot was built in 1894 and served the community until the early 1970's. Since then it has been repurposed a number of times and has been derelict in a cornfield for nearly 20...
No one injured tonight in a fire that broke out at a historic Nebraska City home near First Avenue and Sixth Street.
http://www.nebraskahistory.org/sites/rock/ Sept. 12th 2011 During this visit, I finally decided that I was going to hike around the entire Chimney Rock formation! I followed the trail to the...
The Crook House Museum, located in the Miller Park neighborhood in the Fort Omaha Historic District of North Omaha, Nebraska, is the authentically restored home of General George Crook. It...