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Kyne House Museum

Built by Lincoln resident Timothy Kyne in 1885, the Kyne House is furnished entirely with furniture and other decor from that era. One of the first limestone houses built in the county, the Kyne House is listed on the Kansas Registry of Historic Places and is part of the Lincoln County Historical Museum Complex.

Address: 214 W. Lincoln Ave, Lincoln
Listed in the Register of Historic Kansas Places: 06-30-1979

See the nomination for this historic limestone building, and others in Lincoln County on the Kansas State Historical Society website.

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