Rad Plzen cis. 9 Z.C.B.J. (SD10-6)

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Rad Plzen cis. 9 Z.C.B.J. (SD10-6)
Morse Bluff, Nebraska ZCBJ from SW 1.jpg
Morse Bluff ZCBJ hall, now occupied by an American Legion post
Rad Plzen cis. 9 Z.C.B.J. (SD10-6) is located in Nebraska
Rad Plzen cis. 9 Z.C.B.J. (SD10-6)
Rad Plzen cis. 9 Z.C.B.J. (SD10-6) is located in the United States
Rad Plzen cis. 9 Z.C.B.J. (SD10-6)
LocationOff Nebraska Highway 79, Morse Bluff, Nebraska
Coordinates41°25′52″N 96°45′58″W / 41.43111°N 96.76611°W / 41.43111; -96.76611Coordinates: 41°25′52″N 96°45′58″W / 41.43111°N 96.76611°W / 41.43111; -96.76611
Built1911
ArchitectEt al., Shavlik, J.P.
Architectural styleRenaissance Revival
NRHP reference #86000440
Added to NRHPMarch 20, 1986

The Rad Plzen cis. 9 ZCBJ (SD10-6) is a building located in Morse Bluff, Nebraska that was built in 1911.[1] It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on March 20, 1986. The building historically served as a meeting hall for the Czech community. It was the meeting hall for the ZCBJ Lodge Plzen, a branch of the Zapadni Ceska Bratrska Jednota.[2] The ZCBJ Lodge Plzen was originally organized on June 6, 1880 as a branch of the Czech-Slovak Protective Society, but was incorporated into ZCBJ in 1897.[3]

The ZCBJ evolved into the Western Fraternal Life Association (WFLA). As membership in the Morse Bluff area declined, the organization found it increasingly difficult to maintain the hall. In 2001, the building was transferred to Morse Bluff American Legion Post 340; the WFLA retained the right to use the hall, as long as it continued to operate in the area. Beside Legion and WFLA activities, the hall is rented out for events such as wedding receptions, reunions, and graduation parties.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rad Plzen cis. 9 Z.C.B.J. (SD10-6)". National Register of Historic Places. Retrieved 2011-09-02.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form" (PDF). National Register of Historic Places. Retrieved 2011-09-02.
  3. ^ "Nebraska National Register Sites in Saunders County". Nebraska State Historical Society. Retrieved 2011-09-02.
  4. ^ Arneal, Nathan. "Bluffs landmark turns 100". North Bend Eagle. 2010-08-18. Retrieved 2011-10-31.

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