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    • 'New Laws of Nebraska.'

    • INSURANCE HAIL PROHIBITION HIGHWAY LAW AGRICULTURAL LAWS LEGISLATION NEBRASKA
    • 'New Laws of Nebraska.' Nebraska Farmer, May 12, 1917. Description: This article covers the laws enacted in 1917, including Prohibition, Irrigation, and Highway Legislation
    • 'Thrive in the Thriving Thirties

    • NEBRASKA DESCRIPTION TRAVEL PUBLIC RELATIONS AGRICULTURE NEBRASKA AGRICULTURE NEBRASKA PICTORIAL WORKS ADVERTISING NEBRASKA 1930
    • 'Thrive in the Thriving Thirties with Nebraska.' Description: An advertisement for Nebraska industry, agriculture, and distribution.
    • S.R. Conner, Ansley, Custer County, Nebraska.

    • horses sod houses quilts carts and wagons horseback riding
    • This photograph was mistakenly identified as 'Farm scene near Lexington, Dawson County, Nebraska.' It is nearly identical to RG2608-1480 and RG2608-1761. Note the quilt displayed on the fence
    • Pepper's railroad camp, Custer County, Nebraska.

    • railroad construction and maintenance tents windmills carts and wagons mules horses coyotes rifles dogs
    • Note: 'David Hall's place on the railroad grade on the Middle Loup River from Sargent to Brewster, Nebraska.' One of the men pictured in the foreground has a coyote pup resting on his shoulder.
    • P.J. Richardson, Broken Bow, Custer, Nebraska

    • mules agricultural buildings sheep mules fences snow dogs roads
    • In 1971, P. G. Richardson identified the photographs: 'This picture was taken on the farm of my Father, Presstman J. Richardson, wich is located 7 miles north and 1 mile east of Broken Bow, Nebraska, located in the Southeast Corner of Section 21,...
    • P.J. Richardson, Broken Bow, Custer, Nebraska

    • mules agricultural buildings sheep mules fences snow dogs roads
    • In 1971, P. G. Richardson identified the photographs: 'This picture was taken on the farm of my Father, Presstman J. Richardson, wich is located 7 miles north and 1 mile east of Broken Bow, Nebraska, located in the Southeast Corner of Section 21,...
    • Wallingford and family

    • carriages and coaches sod houses outhouses thatched buildings
    • Note: 'The man who built a saw mill on Snake River in early days. We have quite a history of this man to be used someday in short stories of early days near Lincoln, Nebraska.'

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