The Albion United States Post Office, built in 1937-38, is a one-story, red brick building with simple Colonial Revival details built from standardized plans in the 1930
The Neihardt Center has been constructed for the study and preservation of the works of John G. Neihardt. The memorial room repeats the symbolism of the Hoop of the World and chronicles Neihardt'
"The Gallery" includes two main floor galleries. Exhibits of local, regional and national artists. Home of the Fremont Area Art
Located on the West side of the Dodge City Restaurant in downtown Dodge.
- Artist, Terry Taylor, July, 2001
This 140 ft. mural on the north side of the museum building was painted by Keith Knutson of Niobrara and Blane Berg of Verdel. It was funded by the Historical Society and represents
This scene shows the Pawnee Indian Village which was located one mile south of Genoa, Nebraska from 1858 to 1878
This unique replica of the world-famous Stonehenge was constructed of old cars in 1987
The mural located in downtown Gordon created in 1991 expresses the pioneer growth of the area in the late 1800s and early 1900
Bess Streeter Aldrich was one of Nebraska'
If you enter Elmwood from the south, one of the first things that will catch your eye is the attractive mural painted on the south side of Lou'
The Old Avoca Schoolhouse built in 1912
In Geneva is the Geneva United State Post Office, a one-story, five-bay Georgian Revival-style building, constructed in 1939-40
This vivid mural, painted by Greg Holdren in 1998, shows activity in the town of Exeter in the early 1900s.
When Exeter was incorporated in 1879
A 74-foot mural on the north wall of the former Franklin Township Building in Ohiowa is "a picture worth a thousand words."
The Campbell Bros. Circus and other highlights of historic Fairbury are captured on this mural on the side of Globe Rexall Drugstore in downtown Fairbury.
Eugene Manlove Rhodes was born in a double log, "dugtrot" cabin in Tecumseh on January 19, 1869
In 1993 this 100
Displayed on the exterior walls of two downtown businesses are two outdoor murals painted by artist, E. Henke, 1991-1999 depicting the light-hearted lifestyles of Syracuse'
The Pawnee City United States Post Office is a one-story, brick Colonial Revival-style building constructed in 1940-41
The Frawley Fountain has been the focal point of the City Square since the late 1800's. The fountain was placed on the east side of the park by
Midwest Park Arboretum in the northeast part of Stromsburg has more than 75 different varieties of
Visit the Gallery and Museum that people are talking about. Mentioned
A scene of early century Deshler is painted on the side of one of Deshler's downtown buildings.
- Gretchen Wiseman, 1997
The completion of the Yorkshire Playhouse in downtown York was a milestone for the
Aspen Art Gallery
2727 W. 2nd, Suite 440
Features sculpture, prints, paintings, and art of
The Pony Express galloped through the West in 18
Israel's matriarch, Rachel, was heard weeping for her children during the jewish exile and again during Herod'
A highlight of the Ruth Armstrong Theater is the Dick and Kaylyn McBride Mural. what a story it tells! This beautiful 2000
At the southeast corner of the square is the Minden Post Office. It was completed in 1937 in the style called by some "WPA Moderne". The mural over the postmaster'
Greeting visitors to Holdrege is the beautiful 12' bronze sculpture, "Promise of the Prairie", by native artist, George Lundeen. It is a promise for today and tomorrow;
One of only twelve public buildings in the state of Nebraska which commissioned murals for its lobby, Red Cloud Post Office houses three works by the western artist, Archie Musick, 1941.
These murals displayed inside the Keya Paha County Courthouse were created by Shirley Nelson in 1984
While visiting Harrisburg, you're welcome to stop by the Banner County Bank and appreciate the creative work in this mural of art in Banner County'
One of the most rare and valuable collections of art in western Nebraska, the Chappell collection features works by Rembrandt, Aaron Pyle, and unusual oriental art.
William Henry Jackson, frontier photographer and artist, was an early photographer of the American West, as well as an accomplished artist. He traveled the Oregon-California Trail in 1866 and 1867