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Marriage law. Nebraska [RG1213.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID RG1213.AM:  Marriage law. Nebraska Letter: 1923 Size: One item SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection consists of one letter ...

Wendell Lewis Willkie, 1892-1944 [RG1226.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID RG1226.AM:  Wendell Lewis Willkie, 1892-1944 Letter:  1944 Businessman; Lawyer; 1940 Republican Candidate for President Size:  ...

Lorin Miller, 1800-1888 [RG1240.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID RG1240.AM:  Miller, Lorin, 1800-1888 Letter: February 27, 1859 Omaha, Nebraska Territory: Mayor; civil engineer Size: One ...

William H. Miller [RG1241.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID RG1241.AM:  Miller, William H. Letter/reminiscence: December 2, 1911 Nebraska City, Otoe County, Nebraska; Brooklyn, New ...

Corbett Emmett Mills [RG1242.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID RG1242.AM:  Corbett Emmett Mills, 1892-? Papers:  1917-1923 Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska:  Soldier Size:  One ...

John M. Mischke [RG1243.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID RG1243.AM:  John M. Mischke, 1860-1943 Papers: 1925, n.d. Crofton, Knox County, Nebraska:  Pioneer; farmer Size: One ...

Thomas Berger Johnson Block Prints

In 1969, after viewing what he called a "merited retrospective" of Johnson's work at the Koenig Art Gallery at Concordia College in Seward, Nebraska, art critic Leonard ...

Thomas Berger Johnson Lithographs

Negro Quarter, Kansas City, lithograph, 1931 Mountain Cabins, Colorado Springs, Colo., lithograph, 1932 Thomas Berger Johnson Featured Collection Block ...

Thomas Berger Johnson Paintings

The "heavy impasto" technique, as Johnson described it, is "the juxtaposition of color" achieved by using two separate colors of paint on the brush at one time. The ...

Thomas Berger Johnson select list of works

Select List of other Thomas Berger Johnson works at the Nebraska State Historical Society Through the generosity of his widow, Fay Sherwin Johnson, most of Thomas ...

Thomas Berger Johnson Drawings

Lincoln, Nebraska, West End, pencil, undated River Dwellers, pen and ink, undated The Artist's Mother, charcoal, 1926 Center of the Universe, pencil, ...

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