Archive for the 'People' Category

McCabe Hotel

We continue our exploration of North Platte Streets, McCabe Avenue to be exact. Two weeks ago, readers learned about the life of Dr. Nicholas McCabe, and last week we examined the historic McCabe building, built in 1913. This week we look at the McCabe Hotel, located at 404-406 North Dewey Street, the building directly North of the McCabe building, now housing Good Life on the Bricks.

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McCabe Building

Last week we looked at the life of Dr. Nicholas McCabe and this week we are the McCabe building. I had originally thought I would post this week about both the building and hotel; however, the post got to be rather lengthy, so I split them up. Next week, we will look at the McCabe Hotel.

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Dr. Nicholas McCabe

Have you ever wondered about some of the names on streets or buildings? Well, today we are looking at Dr. Nicholas McCabe and next week, we will look at the history of the McCabe Building at 400-402 North Dewey Street and the McCabe hotel. But let’s start with the man, Dr. Nicholas McCabe.

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John E. Evans

Today, we look at another early pioneer, patriotic American, and Civil War Veteran: John E. Evans. We also look at the home he lived in, which is now located at 302 Dixie Ave. So read on!

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Richard “Dick” Neve

Richard “Dick” Arthur Neve was born on June 2, 1905 to Samuel and Lucinda (Drew) Neve in Merna, Nebraska. Dick’s father, Samuel was married twice and he had four children with his first wife, and THIRTEEN (13) children with his second wife, Lucinda; Dick was the youngest child

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