Clarkson Local Legacy Project [RG5194.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG5194.AM:  Clarkson Local Legacy Project (Clarkson, Nebraska)



Scrapbook:  1999-2000

Clarkson, Colfax County, Nebraska

Size: 1 volume



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



The collection consists of a scrapbook (mostly photocopies) of the 1999 Czech festival in Clarkson, Nebraska, one of 1300 projects included in the Library of Congress’ Bicentennial Celebration Local Legacies Project in 2000.  The purpose of the project was to document America’s grassroots cultural and historical heritage.  The Clarkson Czech festival was registered with the Library of Congress by Rep. Doug Bereuter, and the original scrapbook is housed in the Library of Congress American Folklife Center’s permanent collection.



This scrapbook includes mostly photocopies and scanned copies from the original scrapbook.  Also included is the keepsake program from the May 23, 2000 reception at the Library of Congress.  The scrapbook is divided into six main sections, including Photographs, Narratives, Publicity, Miscellaneous, Permission Slips and Video.  The scrapbook included a 55 minute VHS recording of the 1999 Clarkson Czech Festival. 



Note:  The video is now part of the moving image component [RG5194.MI].



INVENTORY



Clarkson Local Legacy Project scrapbook, 1999-2000



 



Subject headings:



Clarkson (Nebraska) — History

Clarkson Czech Festival (Clarkson, Nebraska)

Clarkson Local Legacy Project (Clarkson, Nebraska)

Czech Americans — Nebraska

Czechs — Nebraska

Festivals — Nebraska

Nebraska — Social life and customs



 



TMM      06-18-2018

Become a Member!

Our members make history happen.

Join Now

You May Also Enjoy

The 150th Anniversary of Lincoln’s First Inaugural Address – March 4, 2011

The 150th Anniversary of Lincoln’s First Inaugural Address – March 4, 2011

Marker Monday: Mari Sandoz

Marker Monday: Mari Sandoz

How ‘Equality Before the Law’ became our state motto

How ‘Equality Before the Law’ became our state motto

About History Nebraska
History Nebraska was founded in 1878 as the Nebraska State Historical Society by citizens who recognized Nebraska was going through great changes and they sought to record the stories of both indigenous and immigrant peoples. It was designated a state institution and began receiving funds from the legislature in 1883. Legislation in 1994 changed History Nebraska from a state institution to a state agency. The division is headed by Interim Director and CEO Jill Dolberg. They are assisted by an administrative staff responsible for financial and personnel functions, museum store services, security, and facilities maintenance for History Nebraska.
Explore Nebraska
Discover the real places and people of our past at these History Nebraska sites.

Upcoming Events

View our new and upcoming events to see how you can get involved.

Become a Member

The work we do to discover, preserve, and share Nebraska's history wouldn't be possible without the support of History Nebraska members.

Latest Hall of Fame Inductee

The Nebraska Hall of Fame was established in 1961 to officially recognize prominent Nebraskans.

Listen to our Podcast

Listen to the articles and authors published in the Nebraska History Magazine with our new Nebraska History Podcast.

Nebraska Collections

History Nebraska's mission is to collect, preserve, and open our shared history to all Nebraskans.

Our YouTube Video Collection

Get a closer look at Nebraska's history through your own eyes, with our extensive video collections.

Additional Research Resources

History Nebraska Research and Reference Services help connect you to the material we collect and preserve.

Support History Nebraska
Make a cash donation to help us acquire, preserve, and interpret Nebraska’s history. Gifts to History Nebraska help leave a legacy and may help your taxes, too! Support the work of History Nebraska by donating to the History Nebraska Foundation today.

Volunteers are the heroes of History Nebraska. So much history, so little time! Your work helps us share access to Nebraska’s stories at our museums and sites, the reference room, and online.