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Name Lancaster County (Neb.)

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RG3827.PH - Collection, Photograph

Hallam, Nebraska, was platted in 1892. This collection of photographs documents the citizens of Hallam, the town's commercial buildings, and the surrounding rural area. This collection consists of photographic prints on proof sheets and is comprised of scenes from Hallam, Nebraska. Images show the town's businesses, including Flaker's store; the schoolhouse; graduation classes; the depot; and farm scenes.

RG3906.PH - Collection, Photograph

Clarence C. Duffield was a traveling salesman based in Lincoln, Nebraska. This collection is comprised of photographs documenting various subjects in Lincoln and throughout the state of Nebraska and the United States. This collection consists of approximately eighty photographic prints. Shown are the Invader Oil and Refining Company in Texas, ca.1910; Native Americans with tipis and horses, ca.1890; steam-powered threshing equipment, ca.1880; women working in various shops; parades and floats; and miscellaneous groups.

RG4241.PH - Collection, Photograph

Approximately 70 photographs; In the 1850s John Mitchell Langdon's family settled in Lancaster County, Nebraska, where his father manufactured salt. They moved to Seward County in the 1870s and were involved in lime and brick manufacturing. This collection relates to the Langdon family and to John Mitchell Langdon's experiences growing up on the Nebraska frontier. This collection consists of photographic prints, 1870s, 1900s-1910s, and undated. The photographs show members of the Langdon and Manning families; scenes from Seward, Nebraska; and the interiors and exteriors of homes.