Brouse, Edgar M., 1892-1975
- Existence: 1892 - 1975
E.M. Brouse, born in Stratton, Nebraska, began work at the University of Nebraska after receiving his B.S. degree there in 1918. In 1919 he became the superintendent of the Valentine Experiment Station. Mr. Brouse became assistant agronomist in 1951. He was a member of the American Society of Range Management and Alpha Zeta, agricultural honorary society.
Found in 1 Collection or Record:
Edgar M. Brouse, Agronomy Papers
Collection — Box 002: [Barcode: R0241100730]
Scope and Contents The Brouse papers consist of agricultural photographs from the University of Nebraska Experiment Station in Valentine, Nebraska, experimental farms, and private ranches in Cherry and Holt counties, Nebraska, from the 1920s-1950s. The photographs document phosphorus treatment research on the growth of clover and other native grasses, cattle food experiments, a 1924 sand blow that occurred west of Thedford, Nebraska, and prairie landscapes. The photographs are arranged alphabetically by...
Dates: about 1920s-1950s