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RG1564.AM:  Frank Honisky, 1900-1973



Blueprint drawings:  1930s or 1940s

Wilber, Saline County, Nebraska:  Carpenter, cabinet maker

Size:  Three sheets



BACKGROUND NOTE



Born November 9, 1900, at Pierce, Nebraska, Frank Honisky was the son of Anton and Mary (Synovec) Honisky.  Frank worked with his father as a carpenter, and later the family moved to Wilber, Nebraska.  Frank married Matilda Hynek on March 21, 1929, at Council Bluffs, Iowa.  They made their home in Wilber where Frank continued working as a carpenter and cabinet maker.  Frank Honisky died on April 13, 1973.  He is buried in the Wilber Czech Cemetery at Wilber, Nebraska.



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



The collection consists of three sheets of blueprints showing design plans created by Frank Honisky for a house and barn for Ed Neuman of Wilber.  The drawings are undated, but the house was probably built in the 1930s or 1940s.



INVENTORY



Item




  1. Plan for Ed Neuman’s barn

  2. Plan for Ed Neuman’s house

  3. Measurements for windows and doors



  



Subject headings:



Architecture — Designs and plans

Honisky, Frank, 1900-1973

Neuman, Edward, 1904-2002

Wilber (Nebraska) — Buildings



 



TMM     01-07-2019