Cass County Historical Society Museum
Cass County Historical Society Museum
Cass County Historical Society Museum
Cass County Historical Society Museum

Exhibits 2017

(Comprised of objects from the Permanent Collection of Cass County Historial Society)

Farmall Tractor Volunteer Maurice Hammons sits on the Farmall Tractor

 

Through Dec. 31

 

 

Isaac Wiles and the Great Seal of Nebraska
A shortened version of the exhibit will continue through the year in the front display case.

 

Aug. 29 - Oct. 29

Memories of Korn Karnival

Photographs and memorabilia from past Fall Festivals.

 

Through Oct. 29

Cass County and World War I

This exhibit of recently donated items pertaining to World War I will continue through October.

 

Oct. 31 -

Jan. 6, 2018

Advertising Cass County
Calendars and souvenir china from the late1800s and early 1900s will be displayed along with a brief history of the businesses they advertised.

 

Oct. 31 - Jan. 6, 2018

Photographs by Emil Weyrich
Weyrich was a pharmacist in Plattsmouth and operated Weyrich and Hadraba Drug Store on Main Street from 1909 until the early 1940s. One of his many hobbies was photography. For this exhibit we have chosen photos that relate to life in Cass County.

 

Invitation to the first meeting of the Historical Society in 1936.
Mrs.Campin's class in the cabin with Diane Berlett as tour guide.

Cass County Historical Society Museum
646 Main Street 
Plattsmouth, NE 68048
 
Phone: 402-296-4770

Email: ccohsm@windstream.net

Where to Find Us

Museum Hours & Admission

Winter Hours (November-March): 12pm to 4pm, Tuesday-Saturday; closed Sundays, Mondays, and major holidays.

 

Summer Hours (April-October): 12pm to 4pm, Tuesday-Sunday; closed Mondays and major holidays.

 

Admission is $2.50 for adults, free for museum members and children under the age of 12.

Current Exhibits

Our exhibits change regularly. Have a look at our current exhibits.

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