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Name Nebraska State Capitol

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Image of RG0716.AM - RG0716 Humphrey, Frederick Blaine, 1876-1952

RG0716.AM - RG0716 Humphrey, Frederick Blaine, 1876-1952

The Frederick Blaine Humphrey collection is arranged in three series: 1) Writings; 2) "Corn Eaters Club of America," and 3) Miscellaneous. The material in the Frederick Blaine Humphrey collection relates primarily to state and national political and economic issues of the 1920's.

Image of 11517-1 - Pamphlet, Symbolism of the Sculpture

11517-1 - Pamphlet, Symbolism of the Sculpture

One page pamphlet folded in half with printing on all four sides. On the front is a black and white photo of a sculpture. The pamphlet is tan with black ink and is titled "Symbolism of the Sculpture, Paintings and Mosaics of The Nebraska State Capitol."

Image of 11668-1-(2) - Book; Book on Nebraska Capitol, 1926

11668-1-(2) - Book; Book on Nebraska Capitol, 1926

Brown booklet with the title "The Nebraska Capitol." The front cover has a drawing of the state capitol building in black and white ink. At the top is a drawing of pioneers traveling with a covered wagon, and the bottom is a corn field with pumpkins. These two pictures are also on the back. Inside are black and white drawings and information about the capitol building on cream paper. Copyrighted by The Nebraska State Capitol Commission 1926.

Image of 13000-4000 - Nebraska: The Nation's Most Beautiful Capitol; Brochure

13000-4000 - Nebraska: The Nation's Most Beautiful Capitol; Brochure

Brochure for the state of Nebraska. The front is light blue with "Nebraska" as the title written in brown cursive. Below that is a black and white photograph of the capitol building and a drawing of the state of Nebraska. Inside are pictures, maps, and information about the state of Nebraska. Distributed by the Division of Nebraska Resources, State Capitol, Lincoln.

Image of 13000-4215 - Booklet, Governor's Suite, Nebraska State Capitol

13000-4215 - Booklet, Governor's Suite, Nebraska State Capitol

White pamphlet with a thin border on the cover and the title "Governor's Suite, Nebraska State Capitol." Reception to the People of Nebraska. Given by Governor and Mrs. Adam Mcmullen. New Years Day, 1928. Inside are black and white drawings and information about the Governor's Suite.

Image of 13339-2-(1-2) - Cover, First Day; Nebraska Statehood Stamp, with card

13339-2-(1-2) - Cover, First Day; Nebraska Statehood Stamp, with card

White envelope with a sepia-toned design on the proper right half. The design depicts the Nebraska Capitol Building and official Centennial medal surrounded by names of famous individuals and Native American tribes. Lettering above the design reads "Nebraska / Centennial / 1867-1967." Beneath the design is "Official First / Day Cover." Nebraska Statehood five cent postage stamp in upper proper left corner. Stamp depicts a ear of corn with a cow in front of it. Hand stamp beneath postage stamp reads "First Day of Issue." Postmarked at upper center "Lincoln, NB / Jul / 29 / 1967." Informational card included with envelope gives an overview of the history of Nebraska statehood, the Capitol

Image of 13339-3-(1-2) - Cover, First Day; Nebraska Statehood Stamp, with card

13339-3-(1-2) - Cover, First Day; Nebraska Statehood Stamp, with card

White envelope with a sepia-toned design on the proper right half. The design depicts the Nebraska Capitol Building and official Centennial medal surrounded by names of famous individuals and Native American tribes. Lettering above the design reads "Nebraska / Centennial / 1867-1967." Beneath the design is "Official First / Day Cover." Nebraska Statehood five cent postage stamp in upper proper left corner. Stamp depicts a ear of corn with a cow in front of it. Hand stamp beneath postage stamp reads "First Day of Issue." Postmarked at upper center "Lincoln, NB / Jul / 29 / 1967." Informational card included with envelope gives an overview of the history of Nebraska statehood, the Capitol

Image of 7294-5060 - Booklet, The Capitol Lincoln, Nebraska

7294-5060 - Booklet, The Capitol Lincoln, Nebraska

Booklet with a plain tan cover with the title "The Capitol, Lincoln, Nebraska." Inside are black and white pictures of different architectural parts of the capitol building with descriptions. The edges of the papers are intentionally jagged.

Image of 7294-5061 - Flyer, Symbolism of the Sculpture, Paintings and Mosaics of the Nebraska State Capitol

7294-5061 - Flyer, Symbolism of the Sculpture, Paintings and Mosaics of the Nebraska State Capitol

One page pamphlet folded in half with printing on all four sides. On the front is a black and white photo of a sculpture. The pamphlet is tan with black ink and is titled "Symbolism of the Sculpture, Paintings and Mosaics of The Nebraska State Capitol."

Image of RG1234.PH000004-000006 - Print, Photographic

RG1234.PH000004-000006 - Print, Photographic

The construction of the first State Capitol Building in 1868. A horse drawn buggy with a number of passengers sits in front of some of the partially constructed first floor walls.

Image of RG1234.PH000005-000003 - Cyanotype

RG1234.PH000005-000003 - Cyanotype

The second Nebraska State Capitol Building in Lincoln, NE.

Image of RG1234.PH000027-000003 - Print, Photographic

RG1234.PH000027-000003 - Print, Photographic

A crew of men installing railroad tracks for the construction of the new Nebraska State Capitol. The old Capitol is in the background.

Image of RG1234.PH000033-000005 - Print, Photographic

RG1234.PH000033-000005 - Print, Photographic

An interior view of offices likely on the tenth floor of the Nebraska State Capitol building looking north. The room is filled with desks and file cabinets.

Image of RG2183.PH001926-000107-14 - Negative, Sheet Film

RG2183.PH001926-000107-14 - Negative, Sheet Film

A crew of men working on the foundation of the tower of the new Nebraska State Capitol.

Image of RG2183.PH001927-000107 - Negative, Sheet Film

RG2183.PH001927-000107 - Negative, Sheet Film

A view of the new Nebraska State Capitol under construction. The center tower is not yet visible.

Image of RG2183.PH001930-000210 - Negative, Sheet Film

RG2183.PH001930-000210 - Negative, Sheet Film

The Nebraska State Capitol building nearing completion. The dome at the top is not finished and some scaffolding is visible around the lower part of the tower.

Image of RG2183.PH001932-000729 - Negative, Sheet Film

RG2183.PH001932-000729 - Negative, Sheet Film

A close-up of the maquette (scale model) of Ezekiel, one of the figures to be carved on the new Nebraska State Capitol. Bas relief sculpture,

Image of RG3474.PH0-006816 - Negative, Glass Plate

RG3474.PH0-006816 - Negative, Glass Plate

Shilling Flats at 14th and K Streets in Lincoln, Nebraska. Stephen A.D. Shilling, 1337 K Street, Lincoln, Nebraska, ca. 1906. This is a two story concrete block apartment house with balconies as porch roofs. A little girl sits astride one porch rail. The Nebraska State Capitol is pictured at the left photo margin. Sky is blocked out on the negative. Condra # 36-152-06

Image of RG3882.PH0030-0036 - Negative, Sheet Film

RG3882.PH0030-0036 - Negative, Sheet Film

The old Nebraska State Capitol building.

Image of RG5118.PH000007-000004 - Print, Photographic

RG5118.PH000007-000004 - Print, Photographic

The pierced carving on the balcony rail in a private reading room in the Nebraska State Capitol law library.