NRHP: Balcony House

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Balcony House

Balcony House

NRHP Reference #: 00000767

NRHP Listing Date: 20000705


1006 Court, Imperial, Chase County, Nebraska

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The Balcony House, located in Imperial, is significant for its association with transportation and more specifically the Detroit-Lincoln-Denver Highway. Built as a rural school in the 1880s, the building was closed in 1921 and relocated to Imperial. That same year it was converted to a hotel at a tourist camp along the Detroit-Lincoln-Denver Highway.

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