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Collection Number RG1138.AM
Collection Name RG1138 First Plymouth Congregational Church (Lincoln, Neb.)
Identifier Church records
Size and Materials 1 folder and 8 aperture cards
Title First Plymouth Congregational Church collection
Date or Date Span 1911-1968
Year Range from 1911
Year Range to 1968
Scope & Content This collection consists of various records relating to the First Plymouth Congregational Church of Lincoln, Nebraska. Included in the collection are eight aperture cards containing blueprints, plans, and specifications for the church located at 20th and D Streets in Lincoln (Magonigle-McLaughlin, Architects, New York; Theodore H. Joseph, Electrical Engineer, New York; George E. Strehan, Construction Engineer, New York; Olsen Construction Company, Lincoln, Neb. Dedicated April, 1931). These materials date from ca. 1929-1930. Also included in the collection is a folder containing a 1911 church bulletin, a "Women of First Plymouth" Year Book dating from 1940-1942, and an invitation to the 1968 celebration of the completion of extensive remodelling of First Plymouth Congregational Church.
Finding Aids First Plymouth Congregational Church finding aid
Related units of description See the NSHS Library collections for various publications by and about the First Plymouth Congregational Church.

See the audio component [RG1138.AU] for an LP album, "Cathedral Pageantry," 1979.

See the moving image component [RG1138.MI] for two 16mm reels of home movies showing scenes of the outside of the church on its first day of service and on Easter Day, c. 1934-1935.
Subjects Architects
Architectural drawings
Congregational churches
People Magonigle, Harold Van Buren, 1867-1935
Search Terms Architecture -- Designs and plans
Congregational Churches -- Nebraska -- Lincoln
First Plymouth Congregational Church (Lincoln, Neb.)
Lancaster County (Neb.) -- Churches
Lincoln (Neb.) -- Churches
Magonigle-McLaughlin, Architects (N.Y.)
Olsen Construction Company (Lincoln, Neb.)