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Bradshaw Town Hall - NHR


category : National Register
Bradshaw Town Hall - NHR The Bradshaw Town Hall, a two-story brick
municipal building constructed in 1902-3, is a good
example of the town hall, a building type that became
common in many Nebraska communities in the early
twentieth century. The hall served as a public meeting
place for local civic and governmental activities. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it is
now a community center.


Address: Main Street

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Recharge Lake

Outdoor water recreation is new to York at Recharge Lake. The experimental groundwater project has provided a site for ice skating in the winter and fishing, small boating, and swimming in the summer. The small lake is stocked with bluegill, bass, catfish, and Northern Pike.

York, NE Recreation

Anna Bemis Palmer Museum

The Anna Bemis Palmer Museum, considered one of the finest historical museums in Nebraska, is a perfect relaxing location where visitors can slip

York, NE Museums

Yorkshire Playhouse

The completion of the Yorkshire Playhouse in downtown York was a milestone for the community and the many volunteers and donors

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York Library Building - NHR

Constructed in 1901-02 in York, the library is a fine example of educational architecture. Designed by Marrison H. Vail, the building incorporates elements

York, NE National Register

Bradshaw Town Hall - NHR

The Bradshaw Town Hall, a two-story brick municipal building constructed in 1902-3, is a good example of the town hall, a building type that became

York, NE National Register

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