A walk through history


Shelby County Historical Society Vice President Faye Spangler, center, gives a tour of historic buildings in downtown Sidney to a group of Emerson Elementary School students from Kay Straman’s third-grade class, Thursday, Oct. 26. After talking about The Spot and how it started as a mobile eatery Spangler drew the children’s attention to across the street where the Peoples Federal Savings and Loan Association Building sits. Spangler talked about the popularity of the building with tourists and how it was designed by the famous Louis Henri Sullivan. The students were shown pictures of how buildings in the downtown area used to look like and told what they had been used for.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Shelby County Historical Society Vice President Faye Spangler, center, gives a tour of historic buildings in downtown Sidney to a group of Emerson Elementary School students from Kay Straman’s third-grade class, Thursday, Oct. 26. After talking about The Spot and how it started as a mobile eatery Spangler drew the children’s attention to across the street where the Peoples Federal Savings and Loan Association Building sits. Spangler talked about the popularity of the building with tourists and how it was designed by the famous Louis Henri Sullivan. The students were shown pictures of how buildings in the downtown area used to look like and told what they had been used for.

Shelby County Historical Society Vice President Faye Spangler, center, gives a tour of historic buildings in downtown Sidney to a group of Emerson Elementary School students from Kay Straman’s third-grade class, Thursday, Oct. 26. After talking about The Spot and how it started as a mobile eatery Spangler drew the children’s attention to across the street where the Peoples Federal Savings and Loan Association Building sits. Spangler talked about the popularity of the building with tourists and how it was designed by the famous Louis Henri Sullivan. The students were shown pictures of how buildings in the downtown area used to look like and told what they had been used for.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/10/web1_SDN102717SpotWalk1.jpgShelby County Historical Society Vice President Faye Spangler, center, gives a tour of historic buildings in downtown Sidney to a group of Emerson Elementary School students from Kay Straman’s third-grade class, Thursday, Oct. 26. After talking about The Spot and how it started as a mobile eatery Spangler drew the children’s attention to across the street where the Peoples Federal Savings and Loan Association Building sits. Spangler talked about the popularity of the building with tourists and how it was designed by the famous Louis Henri Sullivan. The students were shown pictures of how buildings in the downtown area used to look like and told what they had been used for. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News