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Catalog Number RG1042.PH
Object Name Collection, Photograph
Collection Name RG1042 Neihardt, John Gneisenau, 1881-1973
Title John Gneisenau Neihardt
Description This collection consists of materials relating to the life and work of Nebraska Poet Laureate John G. Neihardt. The collection contains materials by and about Neihardt, including the second half of his unpublished autobiography; many recordings of Neihardt reading from his own work; portraits and candid photographs of Neihardt and family; and materials from the Neihardt Conference and annual Neihardt Day.

This collection consists of portraits of Neihardt and photographs of his wife, Mona, and his daughters, Neihardt with friends and notable people receiving awards, Mona and her sculpted bust of Neihardt, relatives, and residences. The photographs range from the 1890s-1970s. Also included are images of the Sioux Prayer Garden at the Neihardt Center in Bancroft, Nebraska, and Neihardt on his ninety-first birthday.
People Allen, Tom
Bergstrom, Evert
Black Elk, Ben
Black Elk, Nicholas
Brockway, ? (Mrs.)
Brown, Marion M.
Carey, Rex
Cavett, Dick
Conn, Ulysses S., 1866-1936
Danker, Donald Floyd, 1922-2005
Eggert, Allen
Ernst, Art
Exon, James
Holm, Elmer
Holm, Mary
Hull, Ron
LeDoux, Louis V., 1880-1948
Leech, Jane
McCluskey, Sally
Mullin, Gifford
Neihardt, Mona (Martinsen), 1884-1958
Nelson, Reuben
Petri, Hilda Neihardt
Preston, Angie Fish
Rainbow (Touraine, Elaine)
Rumsey, Alma
Sheldon, Addison Erwin, 1861-1943
Thomsen, F.W.
Thone, Charles
Vogt, Evelyn
Weinkauf, Otto
Welsch, Roger
Young, Julius B.
Young, Myrtle
Subjects Annual Neihardt Day (Bancroft, Neb.)
Neihardt Cultural Center (Bancroft, Neb.)
Sacred Indian Hoop
Warren Methodist Church (Lincoln, Neb.)
Wayne State College (Wayne, Neb.)
KFOR Radio (Lincoln, Neb.)
Nebraska Normal College (Wayne, Neb.)
Poetry, American--Nebraska
Indians of North America--Wars
Siouan Indians
Omaha Indians
Great Plains--Literature
Poets, American--Nebraska
Indians of North America
Historical markers--Nebraska