|Object Name||Collection, Photograph|
|Collection Name||RG2053 Humorous Pictures|
This collection contains photographs and postcards that represent a satirical view of Nebraska agriculture and wildlife. Most of the collection consists of postcards that depict Nebraska produce in exaggerated proportions.
This collection consists of twenty-seven photographic prints and postcards. Most of the collection consists of tall tale postcards that show exaggerated produce and wildlife in Nebraska, including postcards titled, "The Largest Ear of Corn in Nebraska," showing an ear of corn that is ten times bigger than the farmers who raised it; "A Load of Good Nebraska Apples," showing oversized apples being hauled in a cart; "I'm on My Way-I'll'' be Seein' Yeh," with a man riding a giant grasshopper; and "Great Sport shooting rabbits in Nebraska," showing men hunting giant rabbits in a snowy field.
Vangrave and Thomas (Alliance, Neb.)
Wit and humor