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Name Rosewater, Edward, 1841-1906
Born 1841
Deceased 1906

Associated Records

Image of RG1033.AM - RG1033 French, William M. DeCoursey

RG1033.AM - RG1033 French, William M. DeCoursey

The collection consists of reminiscences of William M. DeCoursey French of Omaha, Nebraska. The reminiscences describe his life as an assistant enrolling clerk in the State government in Lincoln in 1869; his efforts to have a school for the deaf built in Omaha (1869-1871); and a history of railroads being built in Nebraska in the 1860s as well as rail travel to and from Omaha. As he discusses the deaf school, French mentions various men who were instrumental in getting the school built, including David Butler, James Bonner, and Edward Rosewater. He also writes about a news item concerning the marriage between Charles Cook and Matilda Reed, which was written by James Bonner and Stanley Livings

Image of RG2632.AM - RG2632 Allen, William Vincent, 1847-1924

RG2632.AM - RG2632 Allen, William Vincent, 1847-1924

This collection consists of two boxes of manuscript material containing correspondence (1889-1924), speeches (1893-1898, 1903), biographical information, newspaper clippings (ca. 1893-1934), scrapbooks (1893-1897), and a few miscellaneous items. The bulk of this collection consists of correspondence, speeches, and clippings relating to William V. Allen's career in the U.S. Senate 1893-1901. The scrapbooks contain news and editorial comments printed during his first term in the Senate, 1893-1897.

Image of RG2411.PH0-004772-4 - Print, Photographic

RG2411.PH0-004772-4 - Print, Photographic

Portrait of Edward Rosewater.

Image of RG2411.PH0-004772-1 - Print, Photographic

RG2411.PH0-004772-1 - Print, Photographic

Edward Rosewater, seated in chair

Image of RG2411.PH0-004772-2 - Print, Albumen

RG2411.PH0-004772-2 - Print, Albumen

Portrait of Edward Rosewater.

Image of RG2411.PH0-004772-3 - Print, Photographic

RG2411.PH0-004772-3 - Print, Photographic

This is a studio portrait of Edward Rosewater.