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Fullerton's First 100 Years (1879-1979)

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Illustrations
and Photographs

(did not appear in orginal book)

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Book Cover, illustrated

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Pawnee Village at Loup Forks, NE - 1870

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Trading Post, Pawnee Reservation, Genoa, Nebraska

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Early Day Land Office.

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1885 Scene of Fullerton

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Home of Randall FULLER. Used as Wesleyan University.

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Randall FULLER

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Mrs. Randall FULLER

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Lover's Leap.

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Big tent at Chautauqua.

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Official Chautauqua Song..

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Boat landing near Chautauqua grounds.

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Nance County's first court house.

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New Nance County Court house with old one partially visible in the rear.

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First newspaper office.

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Fullerton Mill on the Cedar River after turn of the century.

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1917 paving of Main Street.

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Red Cross Hospital.

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Main Street looking North.

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Fullerton Drum and Bugle Corps

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Early Fullerton Depot.

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Barefoot Club of the 1930's.

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New Federal Building and Post Office.

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Scenes from pageant on Chautauqua grounds during 1967 Nebraska Centennial.

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Nursing Home.

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In the Rose Garden of the White House, President Nixon congratulates Richard and Robert SANTIN (seated L to R), of Fullerton, Nebraska, after they received the President's Trophy as Handicapped Americans of the Year. With them is Harold Russell, chairman of the President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped. Although severely disabled by muscular dystrophy, the Santin twins run a successful two-way communications installation and service business. They received the award on Thursday, April 15, 1971.

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Fullerton's new fire hall.

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Old fire siren before it was moved in 1973.

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Inside view of Nance County Historical Museum at Fullerton.

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New school addition.

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High School, Fullerton, Neb.

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Primary School, Fullerton Neb.

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High School Fullerton, Nebr.

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Grade School Fullerton, Nebr.

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Present school addition.

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Bicentennial flag raising.

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Old Nance County Court House demolition.

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Court house demolition.

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New Court House

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1979 Centennial Photo

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1979 Centennial Photos

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Lions Club installing new street signs

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Early photo of Presbyterian Church.

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Early Episcopal Church later used by Mt. Calvary Church

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First Methodist Church.

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Fullerton United Methodist Church

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Peace Lutheran Church

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First Catholic Mission Church 1887.

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St. Peter's Church

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First Church, 1894, and Sisters' Convent, 1895.
(Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church - Krakow)

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Evangelical Church, Fullerton, Ne.

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North Star United Methodist Church.

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First post office which is now Coast-to-Coast store.

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Wedding picture of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McNEFF.

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Ruben Dean and Justine BUMGARDER (sic).

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BISHOP: Back row: Earl D. Bishop, Ivy I. Bishop, Albert Bishop, Roy M. Bishop. Front row: Alice May Bishop, Father, Miles L. Bishop, Robert N. Bishop, Mother, Mary J. Bishop, Woodrow W. Bishop, & Preston S. Bishop.

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Michael and Clara FITZGERALD

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REED: Mrs. James Reed, James Reed, Vane Reed and Davis Reed.

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Mr. and Mrs. Charles HAWTHORNE's 50th Anniversary

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Henry and Sophia SHOTKOSKI

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George and Clara HAWTHORNE, 50th wedding anniversary.

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Daniel and Ann BRIDLAND

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Charles and Mary ADAMS

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Mr. and Mrs. Joe GABRIEL, Richard, Margaret, Walter and Esther.

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John RUSSELL

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Frederic, Joseph, Leslie, Jake, Mary and Mary WHITNEY.

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Arlineus BROWER 1811-1895

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Martin Irenius BROWER 1847-1920

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Robert Clark BROWER

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Mr. and Mrs. John William PENRY

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McCRAY: Back row: Hubert, Myrtle, Neil, Edith and Hubert.
Front: Grandma McCray, (Mrs. Rob McCray ).  

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Rush Jacob HOY

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The Frank WOZNIAK Family.

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DOWNING - From left to right: Mrs. Martha Dean Downing (Mrs. James F.) 1853-1935, William F. Downing 1877-1972, James Franklin Downing 1845-1922, Mrs. Margaret Nunn Downing (Mrs. William F.) 1890-.

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Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. KSIAZEK

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Winter 1931-1932

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Eleven mallards killed near Belgrade by Joe McKILLIP.

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Mr. and Mrs. Anton PELIKAN's 30th anniversary November 1953.

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Ben J. AINLAY

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Mr. and Mrs. Charles GRAFFT

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RIEKEN sod house. Perle, Gib, and Belle. Grandpa in the background with his first mule.

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Joe MOORE, Belgrade, Ne.

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Mr. and Mrs. William WETOVICK

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Mr. and Mrs. William MYERS

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AUGUSTUS: Standing: Lillian Augustus, (mother), and Valerie Augustus, (daughter). Seated: Dale Augustus, (son), and Arthur Augustus, (father).

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The Peter UZENDOSKI Family.

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