Stuart House (Stuart, Neb.) [RG3760.AM]


RG3760.AM: Stuart House (Stuart, Neb.)

Registers: 1885-1897
Stuart, Holt County, Neb.: Hotel
Size: 6 volumes on 2 reels of microfilm


The Stuart House, a hotel in Stuart, Nebraska, was run by Mrs. Sarah S. Bigelow during the 1880s and 1890s. The date of its founding is not certain. According to Andreas’ History of Nebraska (1882), there was a hotel in Stuart, but no name is given.


This collection of the records of the Stuart House in Stuart, Nebraska, consists of six volumes on two reels of microfilm. These volumes date from 1885-1897 and contain the signatures of individuals who stayed at the Stuart House. Also included are many advertisements for both local and national businesses, which are printed around the edges of the regular pages or on the blotters bound with the registers. Note: This collection is on microfilm only. The original volumes are not held by the Nebraska State Historical Society.


Reel 1

  1. 1885, May 31 – 1887, Jan. 17
  2. 1887, May 14 – 1889, July 11
  3. 1889, July 12 – 1890, Oct. 30
  4. 1890, Oct. 31 – 1892, Mar. 25

Reel 2

  1. 1892, Mar. 28 – 1894, Feb. 14
  2. 1894, June 19 – 1897, Nov. 22

Subject headings:

Holt County (Neb.) — Businesses
Hotels, taverns, etc. — Nebraska
Stuart House (Stuart, Neb.)
Stuart (Neb.) — Businesses

Revised 11-02-2007 TMM

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