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Image of RG0866.AM - RG0866 Colby, Leonard Wright, 1846-1924

RG0866.AM - RG0866 Colby, Leonard Wright, 1846-1924

This collection contains correspondence, 1889-1941, primarily to Leonard Colby. Letters seek favors, employment, and letters of reference. There is also material on Colby's life, particularly his years in the military and as a Nebraska State Senator. A story about Colby purchasing a horse from U.S. Grant is included.

Image of RG1057.AM - RG1057 Barta, James R., 1918-2001

RG1057.AM - RG1057 Barta, James R., 1918-2001

This collection of papers of James R. Barta is arranged as follows: Series 1 - Correspondence, 1943-1946 Subseries 1: Correspondence from James, 1943-1945 Subseries 2: Correspondence to James, 1944-1946 Series 2 - Papers, 1941-1947 The materials in this collection relate to James R. Barta's service in the United States Army Air Corps during World War II. The letters contained in Series 1 reflect both Barta's experiences in the military, and what was going on back home with his family and friends. Series 2 contains many of the tests Barta took in his training in the service, and much ephemera associated with military life, his induction notice, selective service classifica

Image of RG1227.PH000011-000005 - Print, Photographic

RG1227.PH000011-000005 - Print, Photographic

Photograph of an unidentified group of soldiers presumed to be at the Fort Laramie Peace Commission in Wyoming.

Image of RG2969.PH000002-000014 - Print, Photographic

RG2969.PH000002-000014 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph shows a group of soldiers gathered in a field. Most of the soldiers are on foot, but some are on horseback at the front of the group. Behind the soldiers, several white tents can be seen. The photograph shows the camps of the 7th Infantry and the 9th Cavalry, commanded by Lt. Col. James S. Brisbin of the 9th Cavalry.

Image of RG2969.PH000002-000030 - Unknown

RG2969.PH000002-000030 - Unknown

25th Infantry (African-American troops) on Fort. Niobrara parade ground, ca. 1902. In this black and white photograph, members of the Twenty-fifth United States Infantry Regiment stand in formation on the parade ground of Fort Niobrara. There are a few soldiers on horseback at the front of the formation. Some of the fort's buildings can be seen in the background. The 25th Infantry was one of the racially segregated units of the United States Army known as Buffalo Soldiers.The 1st and 3rd Battalions of the 25th Regiment arrived at Fort Niobrara on August 1902 from Manila, Philippine Islands, and replaced the regiment there.

Image of RG2969.PH000002-000053 - Negative, Glass Plate

RG2969.PH000002-000053 - Negative, Glass Plate

Indian Soldiers, Company I, 16th Infantry, Winter 1890 In this black and white photograph, two groups of soldiers stand in uniform, including hats, long jackets, boots, and capes, on a dirt yard. The buildings of the Rosebud Indian Agency can be seen in the background. These soldiers were with Company I, 16th Infantry. The Rosebud Sioux Indian Reservation is located nine miles north of Valentine, Nebraska, in South Dakota.