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Name Morton, Joy, 1855-1934

Associated Records

Image of RG1013.AM - RG1013 Morton, Julius Sterling, 1832-1902

RG1013.AM - RG1013 Morton, Julius Sterling, 1832-1902

This collection consists of original papers, microfilm, and oversized scrapbooks relating to the life and activities of Julius Sterling Morton, including materials relating to his early education; family history; political, agricultural and business activities; and to his writing, research, and publishing career. Also present are papers relating to Arbor Lodge and Arbor Day. The collection is arranged in two Subgroups comprising a total of twenty-one Series: SUBGROUP 1: MICROFILMED RECORDS SERIES 1: Incoming Correspondence, 1849-1902 SERIES 2: Incoming and Outgoing Correspondence, 1850-1902 SERIES 3: Outgoing Correspondence, Bound Letterpress books, 1874-1902 SERIES 4: Farm

RG1013.PH - Collection, Photograph

This collection consists of material relating to the life, career, interests, and family of Julius Sterling Morton. Much of the material relates to his political and journalism careers. Many of the photographs in this collection are of government officials from the nineteenth century. Also included are photographs of Arbor Lodge and Morton family photographs, as well as family albums.

Image of RG1013.PH000031-000011 - Print, Albumen

RG1013.PH000031-000011 - Print, Albumen

A group portrait of J. Sterling Morton surrounded by his four sons and their wives as well as his sister Emma.

Image of RG2158.PH000033-000012 - Negative, Glass Plate

RG2158.PH000033-000012 - Negative, Glass Plate

This is the Humane Fountain located around 9th and "M" Streets in Lincoln, Nebraska. It shows the fountain with three men standing next to it. One man (identified as Joy Morton) holds a tin drinking cup. In the background can be seen buildings, an automobile and street railroad car.

Image of RG2294.PH0-000032 - Print, Photographic

RG2294.PH0-000032 - Print, Photographic

The Nebraska City Library building, Nebraska City, NE. This library was a gift to the citizens of Nebraska City from Joy Morton, son of J. Sterling Morton.