This is a nice attraction that reflects a side of Kearney history not often explored. This home, a mansion in its day, was built by a real estate speculator who went bust after a few years. Though the lower level of the home showcase's the home at its Victorian peak of elegance (including painstaking restoration of the original wall etchings), the curators and guides also emphasize the structure's role as part of the Tuberculosis Hospital's campus in its later years. It made for a fine visit. Kudos especially to our well-informed student guide; excellent job.
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