|Object Name||Collection, Photograph|
|Collection Name||RG3583 Frost, Lincoln, 1861-1945|
3 photographs; Lincoln Frost was a judge in Nebraska's third district, was an advocate of prison reform, and was also interested in various social problems, particularly those involving youth. This collection relates primarily to Frost's career as a judge and his work on prison reform and the juvenile court system.
This collection consists of photographic prints, 1920 and undated. Included are two photographs of unidentified groups, one of which is taken in front of a two-story house. There is also a postcard with Lincoln Frost's portrait and the message "Lincoln Frost for District Judge."
|Place||USA: Nebraska (Lancaster), Lincoln|
Frost, Lincoln 1861-1945
Criminal justice, Administration of