In the Transportation lineup, from ox-cart to airplane, is the old stage coach and early day wood burner locomotive of 1850, with Harold Warp, founder of Pioneer Village in the foreground.
Skipper Warp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Warp, cutting the ribbon on opening day, June 6th, 1953 marking the opening of the Pioneer Village, Minden, Nebraska. See the article on this Village.
The old general store, with shelves piled high with merchandise of yesteryear, carried many of the forerunners of merchandise found in the hardware stores of today. See the article on the Pioneer Village.
This 1830 vintage kitchen is but one of 5 period kitchens found at Pioneer Village. The fireplace is built of stone from the old White House in Washington, D. C Standing in the kitchen is T. C. Jensen, who with Mrs. T. C. Jensen, are managers of the Villa
This natty-looking 1902 curved-dash Olds was the height of fashion at the beginning of the Automobile Era. At the wheelies Harold Warp (right side). Oscar Olson, the passenger, is chief restorer of these ancient items. See article on Pioneer Village.