Visitors to the Finney County Historical Museum in Garden City can view images and artifacts spanning a century of Southwest Kansas agriculture in the current exhibit at the Front Door Gallery. The display, “Helping Feed the World 100 Years,” marks the 100th anniversary of the Finney County Farm Bureau Association, an education, advocacy and service organization with approximately 1,100 members. The Front Door Gallery is a small space just inside the museum’s entrance, where displays change repeatedly. Exhibit hours run from 1 to 5 p.m. seven days weekly. Admission is free and the museum is located at 403 S. Fourth in Finnup Park, adjacent to the entrance arches at Lee Richardson Zoo. The exhibit includes a brief chronology of the local Farm Bureau association, coupled with 20 photographs and 18 artifacts linked to Southwest Kansas farming over the past 100 years, with a focus on irrigation, crops and cattle.