|Object Name||Collection, Photograph|
|Collection Name||RG3906 Duffield, C.H.|
Clarence C. Duffield was a traveling salesman based in Lincoln, Nebraska. This collection is comprised of photographs documenting various subjects in Lincoln and throughout the state of Nebraska and the United States.
This collection consists of approximately eighty photographic prints. Shown are the Invader Oil and Refining Company in Texas, ca.1910; Native Americans with tipis and horses, ca.1890; steam-powered threshing equipment, ca.1880; women working in various shops; parades and floats; and miscellaneous groups.
Invader Oil and Refining Company (Tex.)
Indians of North America
Threshing machines--Nebraska--Lancaster County
Parades and processions--Nebraska
Indians of North America--Horses
Lancaster County (Neb.)