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    • Untitled

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    • Untitled, 12"" x 9"", oil on board note: date range is set as 1991 being the late date because that is when the piece was acquired by the collectors Mr. and Mrs. Bible. The painting would have been done sometime before 1991.
    • Slim

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    • Slim, 18"" x 24"", etching, singed by the artist, and numbered 84/150 note: Year Range was set at 1980 because 1980 was when Mr. and Mrs. Bible purchased the piece so it would have been created some time before 1980
    • Waiting for the Train to Nowhere

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    • Waiting for the Train to Nowhere, 22"" x 14"", watercolor note: the ending date for the year range was placed at 1973, the year the piece was purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Bible. The piece would have been made sometime during or before 1973.
    • Zither (yang-chin)

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    • Zither (Yang-chin).The body of this stringed instrument has the form of a trapezoidal box. A lid is used to protect the sounding board when not in use. Fine, metallic wires, arranged in sets of two, three, or four to each note, decrease in length...
    • Student recital

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    • Allen. Hayes. Gillespie. Walking song ;Allen. Hayes. Gillespie. Seminole chant ;Jolly old St. Nicholas (arr. John Higgins) ;Pierpont, J.S. Jingle bells ;Rossini, Gioacchino, 1792-1868. William Tell overture (arr. John Higgins) ;Home on the range...
    • Frederic Schreyer and family

    • adobe buildings dwellings range wars german americans
    • Note: See Butcher's PIONEER HISTORY OF CUSTER COUNTY, NEBRASKA p. 14, for the story of Schreyer and his fights with cattlemen.
    • At Close Range with National Geographic (Program Preview)

    • At Close Range National Geographic video television tv preview trailer documentary Joel Sartore photographer picture environment endangered species family planet conservation Bucklin
    • 'At Close Range' is the story of a remarkable, exceedingly funny, and strangely modest internationally-acclaimed photographer – a person who adores his home state and wants nothing more than to save the world. Joel Sartore reminds us of where we...
    • Arthur William Sampson Cameo

    • Beef Arthur William Sampson Cornhusker
    • Cameo portrait appearing in the CORNHUSKER. One of Charles Bessey’s students, Arthur William Sampson, went on to become America’s first range ecologist. Sampson was born in Oakland, Nebraska, on March 27, 1884. He attended the University of...
    • Range Café, Hotel Bassett

    • Beef Cattle Bassett Hotel Range Café Décor Livestock Industry
    • Located in Bassett the two-story hotel and café were constructed in the Art Moderne style. The establishment was built in 1949-1951 to accommodate the cattle buyers from around the country who came to the Bassett Livestock Auction. The Bassett...
    • Hotel Bassett exterior

    • Beef Cattle Bassett Hotel Range Café Livestock Industry Décor
    • Located in Bassett the two-story hotel and café were constructed in the Art Moderne style. The establishment was built in 1949-1951 to accommodate the cattle buyers from around the country who came to the Bassett Livestock Auction. The Bassett...
    • Registered cattle brands, copy

    • Beef Cattle Brands Horse Sheridan Cherry County Nebraska Land Feeding Company Richards Comstock Cairnes
    • Nebraska Land and Feeding Company, Successor to Richards & Cairne Co. and Richards & Comstock, Range between Sheridan and Cherry Counties
    • Hereford calf

    • Beef Cattle Hereford Calves ARS Fort Keogh Livestock Range Research Laboratory Montana Hormonal Genetic Dystocia
    • Producing healthy calves like this one is the goal of researchers at ARS' Fort Keogh Livestock and Range Research Laboratory in Montana. They're currently studying hormonal and genetic causes of dystocia, or calving difficulty.
    • Arthur William Sampson

    • Beef Class of Nineteen Seven Arthur William Sampson Cornhusker
    • Yearbook entry in the CORNHUSKER. One of Charles Bessey’s students, Arthur William Sampson, went on to become America’s first range ecologist. Sampson was born in Oakland, Nebraska, on March 27, 1884. He attended the University of Nebraska...
    • Charles E. Bessey

    • Botany Beef Charles E. Bessey
    • The story of range management began in the late 1800s at the University of Nebraska with botanist Charles Edwin Bessey, a member of the Nebraska Hall of Fame. Bessey revolutionized botany, both in how it was studied and how it was used. In...

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