Kaycee, a library staff member, has studied the history of many local buildings. Together, these photographic talks will feature the exteriors of about 40 homes built from 1874-1938. This is part 1 of a 2 part program.
The program will be offered two times:
Friday, March 10, 2017 at 12:00 pm at North Platte Public Library
Thursday, March 30, 2017 at 7:00 pm at North Platte Public Library
Program attendance is limited to 70, so please call and make seat reservations by calling the library at 535-8036, extension 3310.
During the entire month of March, the North Platte Public Library will have a photographic exhibit of homesteaders and early photographs of the town, prairie-scapes, and railroad. The exhibit will also include copies of historic photographs and descriptions of William Cody (Buffalo Bill), the developing North Platte Downtown and businesses, Fort McPherson, Schools and Churches, and more. The Library will have a three-dimensional exhibit with a plow, saddle and other early prairie artifacts on loan from the Lincoln County Historical Museum to help give modern day children and adults a sense of life on the prairie in 1867.