Carnegie Library

category : Carnegie Libraries
The Loup City Township Carnegie Library is significant for its association with the philanthropy of the Carnegie Corporation in donating funds that allowed small towns across the United States to be able to afford to have their own free standing public library. This property is also significant in the area of architecture as a Neoclassical Revival building designed by the prominent Lincoln architectural firm of Fiske and Meginnis. The Classical Revival building was constructed in 1917 and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Address: Loup City, NE

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Bowman Recreation Area

Bowman Lake is a 23-acre area lying adjacent to the Loup River and features a 20-acre manmade lake. It is located one mile west of Loup City Bowman Recreation Area offers picnicking, fishing and primitive camping. There are 10 non-pad sites without electricity available.

Loup City, NE Outdoor Recreation

Sherman County Courthouse

Sherman County was organized in 1873 during a period of pronounced settlement in the state. Loup City was selected as county seat and a courthouse was built the following year. However, it burned down the day it was completed. A brick courthouse was constructed in 1878. In 1919

Loup City, NE Historic Courthouses

Loup City Public Golf Course

The Loup City Public Golf Course is a 9 hole course settled one mile west of Loup City. This par 36

Loup City, NE Golf Courses

Sherman County Historical Society Museum

The museum collection is housed in several buildings that have been saved from around the county and moved to the museum site on the edge of Loup City. These include the Hawk Schoolhouse, the Ohlsen/Jenner House and the Austin School.

Loup City, NE Museums

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