|Object Name||Collection, Photograph|
|Collection Name||RG2285 Munroe, Lily Bruner|
|Title||Lily Bruner Munroe|
Approximately 730 photographs; This collection relates to the family life, work, and travels of the Bruner family of West Point, Nebraska, and to the DeBell family of Rosebud, South Dakota.
This collection consists of photographic prints and cased photos, ca.1853-ca.1935 and 1961; mostly 1880s-1900s. Included are photographs of the Bruner family, home, and ranch in West Point, Nebraska; the DeBell family, home, and trading store in Rosebud, South Dakota; and various buildings in Lincoln, Nebraska. There are also photographs of Native Americans from the Rosebud Reservation; landscapes in south Dakota and Nebraska; and family activities such as travels and celebrations. Among the other subjects pictured are scenes from the University of Nebraska and the Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition.
University of Nebraska (Lincoln)
Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition (Omaha, Neb.)
Indians of North America--South Dakota
Indians of North America--Reservations--South Dakota
West Point (Neb.)