Business Category Archive: Museums

Crispin’s Drug Store Museum

Jack Crispin, a long-time pharmacist who owned and operated Crispin Pharmacy in Lincoln for many years, opened Crispin’s Drug Store Museum in 2007. The museum, which is brimming with Crispin’s vast pharmacy artifacts collection, recreates the drugstore atmosphere at the turn of the 20th Century when pharmacists were transitioning from preparing ingredients and products from …

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Kyne House Museum

Built by Lincoln resident Timothy Kyne in 1885, the Kyne House, located at 214 W. Lincoln Ave., is furnished entirely with furniture and other decor from that era. One of the first limestone houses built in the county, the Kyne House is listed on the Kansas Registry of Historic Places and is part of the …

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Lincoln County Historical Society

The Lincoln County Historical Society was organized in 1940 to collect and preserve historical material from the area and to promote the heritage of Lincoln County and its citizens. The main museum provides exhibits, programs, and educational tours. Hours are Tuesday and Thursday 1 to 4 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. by donation. Donations go towards upkeep and improvement of …

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Marshall-Yohe House

The Marshall-Yohe House, at 316 S. Second St., in Lincoln, was constructed in 1 895 by Lincoln builder Henry Casserly. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the three-story, Queen Anne-style Victorian sits on a rustic native limestone foundation. The home features Lincrusta wainscoting in the main floor parlor, and an eight-foot, stained-glass stairway …

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Post Rock Scout Museum

Opened in 2004, Lincoln resident Kathie Crispin, a life-long Girl Scout and leader, created the Girl Scout Museum with her own collection of scouting memorabilia. Dedicated to the preservation of historical  artifacts of various scouting organizations,  the museum features exhibits devoted to Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Pioneer Girls, Campfire Girls and other similar youth organizations. …

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Yesterday House Museum

Yesterday House Museum, owned and operated by the Sylvan Historical Society houses historical artifacts, displays, photos and other items related to the history of the town of Sylvan Grove, established in 1876. The museum is also home to an extensive barbed wire collection with more than 500 varieties on display. Hundreds of photos, newspapers and …

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