|Name||Stefan, Karl, 1884-1951|
|Places of residence||Nebraska (Madison), Norfolk|
|Spouse||Stefan, Ida (Rosenbaum), 1885-1956|
|Children||Stefan, Don Richard, 1913-1918|
The bulk of this collection consists of the correspondence relating to the Lincoln Aeronautical Institute from 1938 until its liquidation in 1945. This correspondence reveals the efforts of E.J. Sias, president, to establish a training program for discharged veterans. Correspondents include: J.S Hoffsinger, 1943-1945; E.H. Reitzke, 1944-1945; Karl Stefan, 1944; A.L. Miller, 1944; G.W. Rosenlof, 1944; C.S. Boucher, 1944; William R. Enyart, 1940; C.N. Suffill, 1943; and Max Kier, 1944. Additional correspondence relates to an effort to establish a feeder system of air transportation throughout the state of Nebraska, along with speeches and advertisement material on the value of air transpor
Cigar box label for Printer Devil cigars. There is a photograph of W.J.A.G. announcer Karl Stefan. Printed by F.M. Howell & Co., Elmira, N.Y.
Richard Jerome Tanner was a Wild West show target shooter, and later, a physician in Norfolk, Nebraska. This collection relates primarily to people and events on the frontiers of Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming, and the Dakotas and to Tanner's medical work. This collection consists of photographic prints and negatives dating from 1865-1945, mostly the 1920s-1930s. Included are photographs of well-known frontier figures, such as William F. (Buffalo Bill) Cody, Christopher (Kit) Carson, R.W. (Deadwood Dick) Clarke, and many others. Images of Native Americans and of cowboy activities are included. The collection contains images of period entertainments, such as circuses and Wild West show