Welcome to Wild Weather Wednesday. Every Wednesday, we post a photo from our collections depicting an extreme weather event from Nebraska’s past. Nebraska has seen unseasonably warm temperatures this last week, but don't forget: Winter Is Coming.
October is American Archives Month. NSHS Government Records Curator and State Archivist Gayla Koerting created 5 tips to help you locate early District Court Cases to help you with your research and genealogy.
Did you know that some home movies have been named to the Library of Congress’s National Film Registry, alongside popular and esteemed classics such as Citizen Kane, Star Wars, and King Kong? That’s right! And a growing number of local archives, museums, and historical societies are interested in collecting home movies of regular people–not just celebrities and major events.
There are many different types of photographs. Knowing what type of photograph you have can help you determine how best to care for the artifact. You can also have a better idea of when the photograph was taken. As new photographic processes were developed, others faded from popularity. Here are a few of the major early photographic processes and when they were most popular.
Welcome to Wild Weather Wednesday. Every Wednesday, we post a photo from our collections depicting an extreme weather event from Nebraska’s past.
October is National Archives Month. Here are 10 tips to care for you family photographs from NSHS Photograph Curator Karen Keehr