David L. Brace, 1855-1929 [RG0752.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID

RG0752.AM:  David L. Brace, 1855-1929

Letter:  1888, November 21
Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska: Real estate broker
Size:  One item

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Born on August 19, 1855, D.L. Brace was a prominent pioneer citizen of Lincoln, Nebraska.  He was a real estate broker identified with early building enterprises of the city.  He died in Portland, Oregon, on June 30, 1929.  He was buried at Wyuka Cemetery in Lincoln, Nebraska.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The collection consists of a letter written by D.L. Brace of Lincoln, Nebraska, to Ira Lamb of Benkelman, Nebraska.   Dated November 21, 1888, Brace wants to exchange land in Lincoln, specifically lots in Block 58 of Lincoln Heights, for improved land in the Benkelman area.  In the letter he writes about the cash value of the land in Lincoln.

INVENTORY

Letter, 1888, November 21


Subject headings:

Benkelman (Nebraska) — Real estate
Brace, David L., 1855-1929
Dundy County (Nebraska) — Real estate
Lamb, Ira
Lincoln (Nebraska) — Real estate
Real estate development

Revised TMM         07-17-2017

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