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Name Gage County (Neb.)

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Image of RG0742.AM - RG0742 Bookwalter, John Wesley, 1839-1915

RG0742.AM - RG0742 Bookwalter, John Wesley, 1839-1915

The collection consists of one volume recording rents collected on land in Kansas and Nebraska in 1906 owned by John Wesley Bookwalter. The volume includes names of renters, acres planted and yields of various crops.

Image of RG4064.AM - RG4064 Burlington and Missouri River Railroad. Railroad Structures

RG4064.AM - RG4064 Burlington and Missouri River Railroad. Railroad Structures

This collection consists of one oversized folder containing ten drawings. The drawings are of buildings and structures built by the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad in Nebraska. The drawings in this series are copies taken from the original vellum or linen produced by the railroad.

RG2451.PH - Collection, Photograph

Approximately 54 photographs; The Resettlement Administration was a New Deal program created to assist tenant farmers across the United States. This collection consists of photographs related to the Resettlement Administration in Nebraska and to agriculture during the Great Depression. This collection consists of photographic prints, 1930s. The photographs relate to the Resettlement Administration in Nebraska and show farms and farm families from locations throughout the state. Photographs of dust storms and drifts of dust are also included.

RG2483.PH - Collection, Photograph

Approximately 29 photographs; This collection consists of photographs related to Daniel Freeman's family and homestead in Gage County, Nebraska. Most of the photographs were taken by Roswell Studio, Beatrice, Nebraska. This collection consists of photographic prints, negatives, and glass plate negatives, ca.1860-1961; mostly 1900s-1920s. Included are photographs of Daniel Freeman, his homestead in Gage County, Nebraska, and his family. There are also photographs related to the Homestead National Monument.

RG2800.PH - Collection, Photograph

Approximately 200 photographs; This collection relates to the life, family, and career of Albert Lamborn Green, agent to the Oto Indians in Gage County, Nebraska. It includes written recollections and artwork depicting the life of the Oto and the early history of Beatrice, Nebraska. This collection consists of photographic prints from the 1860s-1940s, with an emphasis on 1860s-1880s and the 1920s. The prints depict members of Albert Lamborn Green's family and sketches drawn by Green. Images related to American Indians are included. Of particular interest are Green's drawings of the Nemaha Agency, ca.1870, and an Oto village. A stereograph of an Iowa Indian bark house is included. Also of n

RG3082.PH - Collection, Photograph

This collection consists of photographs related to Beatrice, Nebraska, the county seat of Gage County. This collection consists of photographic prints, 1860s-1910s and undated; mostly 1880s. The photographs show residents, homes, school buildings, street scenes, and the exteriors of businesses in Beatrice, Nebraska. One photograph shows a building designated as the Immigration Office of Gage County & Real Estate Office.

RG3413.PH - Collection, Photograph

The Nebraska Hall of Agricultural Achievement was organized on January 20, 1916. The purpose of this association is "to gather and compile the history of achievements in agriculture in the territory and state of Nebraska." The membership, limited to fifty, is composed of persons either actively engaged in farming or actively promoting the interest of agriculture. Upon vote of the membership, portraits of individuals are selected to hang in the hall of fame located at the University of Nebraska College of Agriculture, Lincoln, Nebraska. A portrait of inductees is included in the photograph component of this collection. This collection consists of photographic prints and nine portraits of in

RG3724.PH - Collection, Photograph

Approximately 10 photographs; The Kilpatrick brothers were businessmen involved in ranching and contract construction work for railroads and other development companies. This collection relates to the businesses they operated. This collection consists of negatives and photographic prints related to the Kilpatrick brothers' businesses. Of particular interest are photographs showing railroad grading and construction work. A photograph of the Kilpatrick brothers and one of their ranches near Silver Creek, Idaho, is also included.