Nebraska -- History
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
C. Wilson, Land Sale Letters
Two letters, one page each, written by C. Wilson in Omaha, Nebraska. The contents of the letters are about land and real estate in Omaha. One of the letters references Rev. George W. First who lived in Omaha from 1865-1888 and acted as a purchasing agent for the Union Pacific Railroad.
Frederick C. Luebke, History Papers
James L. Sellers, History Papers
John McConihe, Correspondence
Karrer Family Collection
The Karrer Family Collection comprises materials created by and about the Karrer family. The collection contains oral history transcript, news clippings, photographs, family histories, certificates, family correspondence, photographs and stereoscope cards from the Spanish-American War, University of Nebraska College of Medicine photographs.
Minnie Calhoun Splinter, Memoir
Photocopied typescript of family memoirs relating to homesteading in Nebraska after 1887. About 400 pages.
Nationally Distinguished Nebraskans Collection
Nebraska Ephemera, circa 1980s-1990s
Omaha, Nebraska Territory, Letter
Phyllis Winkelman, Collection on Nebraska History
The resources in the Winkelman collection provide brief facts on selected aspects of Nebraska state history. Many of the items were teaching tools and provide information on resources considered fundamental for Nebraska history research at the time.