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    • Willa Cather in Jaffrey, New Hampshire

    • Cather, Willa, 1873-1947; Tents; Camping; Outdoor recreation
    • Willa Cather stands with her head turned in a three-quarter profile. A tent is in the background. The photograph was taken in the meadow of High Mowing farm near Jaffrey, New Hampshire, where she wrote part of "My Ántonia".
    • Ada McColl collecting cowchips for fuel.

    • wheelbarrow cowchips woman homestead settlement child doll
    • The woman is Ada McColl and the small child is Burt McColl, Ada's brother. The family had settled in Lakin, Kansas in 1886. In 1892, Ada became interested in photography, purchased a camera and received some instruction from a local photographer,...
    • Rev. Thomas Aikeman, Custer County, Nebraska

    • sod houses dolls churns
    • Alternatively identified as Thomas Aikens, one mile south of Mason City, Nebraska. See additional information. RG2608-1427 [Transcription of a letter from Ray H. Parrish to Ann Reinert]: Rulo, Nebr., Nov. 24, 1976 Mrs. Ann Reinert, Librarian,...
    • Lt. Kei Tanahashi

    • Kei Tanahashi, UNL University Nebraska Lincoln, Heart Mountain, Wyoming, Nisei,
    • ex ’46, Heart Mountain, Wyoming, a Nisei officer, was killed in Italy in July, 1944. Tanahashi, mortally wounded while leading his troops in hostile action, died while directing operations against snipers. He wrote 'when this business is taken...
    • Letter from William E. Green to his mom.

    • William E. Green, Born in Lincoln, NE Corporal 76th Division, 304th Infantry letter ASTP Michigan State College, East Lansing
    • Letter sent in 1944 during his stay in ASTP Michigan State College. He talks about what his mom wrote in her last letter. He also mentions Tom's birthday, and says he sent money. William E. Green, born Lincoln, NE Corporal 76th Division, 304th...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Good conduct certificate

    • Bissonnette, Joseph; Indians of North America; White Clay; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract Joseph Bissonnette, a trader at Ft. Laramie, wrote this letter of recommendation for White Clay, a Cheyenne man. Native Americans in the Chimney Rock area played the role of friends to the emigrants far more often than not.
    • Chimney Rock height and circumference drawing

    • Chimney Rock (Neb.); Topographical drawing; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract In 1830 Warren Angus Ferris offered the first known estimate of Chimney RockÆs height. He wrote, ôIt is half a mile in circumference at the base and rises to the height of three hundred feet.ö
    • Rocky Mountain Wild Flowers

    • Iridaceae; Wild flowers -- West (U.S.); Watercolors
    • Depicts a Rocky Mountain iris with a purple flower that has a yellow center. Someone mistakenly wrote Arethusa Bulbosa orchid on the item.

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