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Image of RG0870.AM - RG0870 Culbertson, Alexander, 1809-1879

RG0870.AM - RG0870 Culbertson, Alexander, 1809-1879

This collection contains miscellaneous research correspondence written in 1918, 1941, and 1950-1951. The letters relate to Alexander Culbertson, to his life as a fur trader in Montana, and to his family. Bibliographical sources are given for further information about Culbertson. Correspondents include A.E. Sheldon, Hugh Butler, Charles Kessler, W.R. McGeachin and Ernest S. Griffith.

RG3364.PH - Collection, Photograph

Approximately 27 photographs; This collection consists of photographs showing floodwaters and flood damage. This collection consists of photographic prints, 1913 and 1935. Most of the photographs show the 1935 flood of the Republican River in Nebraska and the resulting damage.

RG3831.PH - Collection, Photograph

Harlan County, Nebraska, separated from Lincoln County in 1871. This collection documents the towns and rural areas of Harlan County. This collection consists of photographic prints of sites in Harlan County, Nebraska. Many of these photographs document Alma, street scenes and public buildings, ca.1880-1910. Also included are postcards of a rodeo, 1910; the largest co-op creamery in the world in Orleans, Nebraska, 1932; and a dressmaker shop in Republican City, 1899.

RG4626.PH - Collection, Photograph

Approximately 30 photographs; This collection from former KFAB employee Robert R. Jensen relates primarily to newsworthy events in Nebraska during the 1930s and to Nebraska radio stations KFAB and KFOR. This collection consists of photographic prints, ca.1920-1979, mostly ca.1933-1936. Photographs are of radio personalities from KFOR and KFAB in Lincoln, Nebraska, and KOIL in Council Bluffs, Iowa. There are also photographs of radio stations and equipment, including transmitters, control panels and KFAB's mobile unit. A photograph of Franklin D. Roosevelt's campaign train in Fremont, Nebraska, is of particular interest.