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    • 'Watching for Zeppelins.

    • SPRINGVIEW NEB. BAHR ALTA AIRPLANES NEBRASKA SPRINGVIEW
    • 'Watching for Zeppelins.' Nebraska Farmer, March 9, 1918. Note: Airplanes were just beginning to affect rural areas of Nebraska in 1918. This piece, written by a 15 year old witness, reflects the awe and wonderment of airplanes.
    • Abridged Monograph

    • Suspension bridges; Construction; Carpentry
    • This is a paper written by the master carpenter about the construction of a suspension bridge in Ohio in the 1800's.
    • Acceptance--Cover

    • Artists' books -- Specimens
    • Drypoint etchings on Frankfurt paper bound into binder's board covered with Roma paper. Cover paper was torn for the first opening, with a string bound into the book. Hand written label fixed to front with clear packing tape. Media: intaglio
    • Acceptance--Text

    • Artists' books -- Specimens
    • Drypoint etchings on Frankfurt paper bound into binder's board covered with Roma paper. Cover paper was torn for the first opening, with a string bound into the book. Hand written label fixed to front with clear packing tape. Media: intaglio
    • Adventures on Santa Maria and future ships sailing the oceans of space

    • Columbus, Christopher ;America--Discovery and exploration ;Outer space--Exploration ;International Space Year
    • Written by Manfred "Dutch" von Ehrenfried. The Christopher Columbus Quincentenary Jubilee Commission (CCQJC) was a Washington organization that handled the 500th anniversary of Columbus' voyage. Together with other teaching materials and...
    • American cemetery in Romagne

    • World War, 1914-1918; Cemeteries--American; Soldiers; Walls
    • "C.52. American cemetery in Romagne near 'Verdun' 2,600 graves. 1 mile long. 2 pictures C.51. C.52." Several soldiers stand in the foreground, possibly building a wall. A few have the letters "PW" written on their backs. Two American soldiers...
    • Andrew Maser Essay.  Description

    • GERMANS FROM RUSSIA NEBRASKA LINCOLN GERMANS FROM RUSSIA RELOCATION CHILDREN'S WRITINGS EDUCATION ELEMENTARY DOMESTIC LIFE MASER ANDREW FARM LIFE IMMIGRANT CHILDREN NEBRASKA LINCOLN SUGAR BEET SOCIAL ASPECTS
    • Andrew Maser Essay. Description: One in a series of essays written by children, who are Germans from Russia, asked to describe their homes before and after immigrating to the United States.
    • Andrew Maser Essay.  Description

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    • Andrew Maser Essay. Description: One in a series of essays written by children, who are Germans from Russia, asked to describe their homes before and after immigrating to the United States.
    • Annie Becker Essay.  Description

    • CHILDREN'S WRITINGS YARDS RUSSIA IMMIGRANT CHILDREN NEBRASKA LINCOLN ARCHITECTURE DOMESTIC RUSSIA GERMANS FROM RUSSIA RELOCATION GERMANS FROM RUSSIA NEBRASKA LINCOLN HOUSE FURNISHINGS RUSSIA BECKER ANNIE HOUSE FURNISHINGS NEBRASKA LINCOLN GERMANS...
    • Annie Becker Essay. Description: One in a series of essays written by children, who are Germans from Russia, asked to describe their homes before and after immigrating to the United States.
    • Annie Becker Essay.  Description

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    • Annie Becker Essay. Description: One in a series of essays written by children, who are Germans from Russia, asked to describe their homes before and after immigrating to the United States.
    • Annie Hergenrader Essay

    • GERMANS FROM RUSSIA NEBRASKA LINCOLN HOUSE FURNISHINGS RUSSIA HOUSE CONSTRUCTION RUSSIA EDUCATION ELEMENTARY IMMIGRANT CHILDREN NEBRASKA LINCOLN ARCHITECTURE DOMESTIC RUSSIA GERMANS FROM RUSSIA NEBRASKA LINCOLN DWELLINGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS NEBRASKA...
    • Annie Hergenrader Essay. Description: One in a series of essays written by children, who are Germans from Russia, asked to describe their homes before and after immigrating to the United States.
    • Annie Hergenrader Essay

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    • Annie Hergenrader Essay. Description: One in a series of essays written by children, who are Germans from Russia, asked to describe their homes before and after immigrating to the United States.

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