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Name Lincoln County (Neb.)

Associated Records

Image of RG0721.AM - RG0721 Nebraska Farmer

RG0721.AM - RG0721 Nebraska Farmer

This material is arranged in one series: 1) Sod House letters, 1957-1958. It consists of letters to the Nebraska Farmer written by pioneers in 1957 and 1958, relating their experiences in the late 19th and early 20th Century. The letters were printed in a series titled, "I Lived In A Soddy," and relate primarily to building and living in sod houses. Correspondents also wrote about contemporary social and religious life; discussed farming experiences, including crops raised and yields obtained for different years; and other related aspects of agricultural life. For copies of the letters consult the "Sod House Letters" volume in the Library Collections.

RG2344.PH - Collection, Photograph

This collection relates to the Oregon Trail's route through Nebraska and monuments erected along its path. This collection consists of photographic prints and negatives, 1904-1973 and undated, mostly 1910s-1920s. Included are scenes from locations in Nebraska through which the Oregon Trail proceeded. There are also numerous photographs showing markers and monuments erected along the trail and dedication ceremonies for the markers.

RG3558.PH - Collection, Photograph

Approximately 800 photographs; Butler Buchanan Miltonberger was Regimental Commander of the 134th Infantry Regiment, a General in the United States Army, and Chief of the National Guard Bureau. This collection relates primarily to his service in World War I and World War II and to the 134th Infantry's activities in Europe during World War II. This collection consists of photographic prints, ca.1916-1948 and undated. These photographs relate primarily to Butler Buchanan Miltonberger's service in World War I and World War II. Included are photographs related to the U.S. Army, 134th Regiment, and photographs of Dwight D. Eisenhower and Harry S. Truman. A few family photographs are also includ

RG4022.PH - Collection, Photograph

Approximately 120 photographs; Born at North Platte, Nebraska, in 1886, Keith Neville pursued a variety of business, political, and civic interests throughout his life. Neville was elected governor of Nebraska in 1916. There are also photographs and home movies relating to Neville's family life. This collection consists of over one hundred photographic prints and negatives of the Neville family in portraits and at leisure. Many of the photographs show areas around Lincoln, Nebraska, 1944-1948, such as Pioneers Park, Antelope Park, the Sunken Gardens, the University of Nebraska east campus, the State Capitol, photos of the Nebraska governor's mansion (ca.1918), family vacations, and childre