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    • Mythical English Countryside

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    • Painting of an English countryside in the style of 20th century regionalist artist Grant Wood. Rolling hills with groups of trees throughout. Road starting in lower middle extends down to a group of two houses and a bridge, proper left middle 1/3.
    • Pair of ivory elephants

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    • Pair of ivory elephants dressed for ceremony and inlaid with carved tiny assorted stones of brown aventurine, coral, lapis lazuli, malachite, tiger eye and turquoise. The head area is starting to change color to a mellow honey color. Each elephant...
    • Sitar - Stringed Instruiment

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    • This sitar has 2 gourd resonators, 5 melodic strings, 2 drone strings, and 11 sympathetic strings. Interesting decorative symbols are found on this sitar. Although the arch and floral scroll around the fret show Muslim influence, the peacocks are...
    • Thangka of the Dharmapala Yamantaka

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    • Thangka of Dharmapala Yamantaka painted on cotton. A yellow silk overlay is attached at the top of the painting and covers the painting completely when unfurled. The designs on the overlay are red, green, and brown stylized flowers and circles...
    • Harp (Saung Kauk)

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    • The Saung Kauk, named after its curved arch, is commonly used throughout Burma (Myanmar) for solo playing, for accompanying singers, or for chamber playing by either professional or amateur musicians. The arch is the natural root of the ""Sah""...
    • Kimono

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    • Black silk kimono with a red silk lining on upper 2/3 and white silk lining on lower third. Loosely attached white border along inner edge of upper half of robe. In between this and the outer black and attached red border on black. Small white...
    • Faculty recital

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    • Purcell, Henry, 1659-1695. Music for a while ;Scarlatti, Alessandro, 1660-1725. Cara, cara e dolce ;Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759. Meine Seele hort im Sehen ;Turina, Joaquin, 1882-1949. Tres sonetos of Francisco Rodriguez Marin ;Faure,...
    • Ensemble performance

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    • Arlen, Harold, 1905-1986. Capote, Truman, 1924-. Sleeping bee (arr. Michele Weir) ;Maltby, Richard, 1937- Shire, David. Starting here, starting now (arr. Michele Weir) ;DePaul, G. Cahn, S. Teach me tonight (arr. Jason A. Smith) ;Ellington, Duke,...
    • Hay stacker

    • Agriculture; Hay; Farms; Stacking machines; Agricultural machinery; Cather, Oscar, 1886-1973
    • Oscar E. Cather's new hay stacker, starting a stack. Three-quarter view of hay stacking machinery consisting of a rectangular wooden frame and eight-pronged rake.
    • Louis Dinklage [video]

    • Beef Cattle Louis Dinklage Cuming County Feeding Pasture Corn Fritz
    • Louis Dinklage reminisces about the cattle feeding industry in Cuming County, Nebraska. Perhaps the most famous feedlot owner in Nebraska was Louis Dinklage, the child of German immigrants in northeast Nebraska. Dinklage is credited with starting...
    • Birth of the Omaha Stockyards (BEEF STATE)  [video]

    • Beef Cattle South Omaha Stockyards Alexander Swan Meat Production Chicago Upton Sinclair Jungle
    • In 1884, a group of investors built cattle pens on 10 acres of ground. Then, just two years later, the investors built the Livestock Exchange building. The stockyards grew quickly, as did the volume of animals it processed. Soon meatpackers set up...
    • Louis Dinklage

    • Beef Dinklage Louis Feedlot Cattle Feeding Industry Wisner
    • Perhaps the most famous feedlot owner in Nebraska was Louis Dinklage, the child of German immigrants in northeast Nebraska. Dinklage is credited with starting the Nebraska cattle feeding industry in the 1920s, with just 3,000 head near Wisner,...
    • Letter from Frank Berigan

    • BERIGAN FRANK A. SR. 1899-1973 OMAHA NEB. GROSS BRICK W. A. BERIGAN BROS. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION COMPANY OMAHA NEB. RECORDS CORRESPONDENCE ANIMAL INDUSTRY NEBRASKA OMAHA CATTLE PRICES NEBRASKA OMAHA
    • Letter from Frank Berigan to W. A. Gross of Pine Bluff, Wyoming. November 14, 1944. Description: This letter concerns Gladys Berigan starting a canteen at a nearby school. Omaha, Nebraska.
    • Building an earth dam

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Dams
    • "Starting an earth dam for a farm pond near Alma in 1934 by CCC labor. Fowler." Eight men work among three teams of horses drawing earth-moving equipment along a broad depression between two low ridges.
    • Gulley control

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Erosion; Soil conservation
    • "Starting a post and brush gulley control structure at the head of a deep gulley in Pawnee County in 1935." In pastureland six men shovel dirt in gulley.

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