Cass County Courthouse
Unlike most courthouses I've been to, this one has almost no security. There's a couple Sheriff's officers patrolling about, but there's no metal detectors, no X-ray equipment, no pulling off your shoes to get in.
The one side is kind of hard to read because of the angle of the sun. It says "Courthouse, 1891, Wm. Gray, Arct., OJ King, Cont."
Courthouse and Law Enforcement Center
Cass County War Memorial
Historical Marker commemorating Company A of the First Nebraska Volunteer Infantry
Former site of the Farmers State Bank
Now occupied by a couple law offices.
Another former bank.
I don't know what bank it used to be, but now it's an insurance agent's office, a barber shop and several other storefronts. This town is big enough it actually has a traffic light!
The H. Boeck building
Completed in 1886. I'm not sure what used to occupy this building, but now it's law offices, a real estate company and several vacant storefronts.
Rockwood Hall, a Masonic Lodge
Former site of M.E. Smith & Co. Dry Goods
Former site of Bates Book Shop, H.M. Soennichsen Mercantile Store and the Plattsmouth Journal newspaper
The first two are long gone, but the Journal still exists, though its offices are now located across the street and are much, much smaller.
Ghost ad for Bates Book Shop
You can clearly see an ad for 7 Up painted over an ad for Coca-Cola.