Dominick Gerald Courtenay [RG0898.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID

RG0898.AM:  Dominick Gerald Courtenay

Papers:  ca. 1878-1910
Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska:  Lawyer
Size:  One folder

BACKGROUND NOTE

Dominick Gerald Courtenay was a prominent attorney in Lincoln, Nebraska.  Some sources show his last name as Courtney.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The manuscript portion of this collection consists of six blueprints of a home built by Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Courtenay, ca.1878, at 1811 L Street, Lincoln, Nebraska. Also included is a Courtenay family history by Irene Courtenay.

The photo component of this collection consist of 142 photographic prints and glass negatives. Most of the images document daily activities and events, as well as costume and dress of the period, ca. late 1890s-early 1900s. Images include animals in a circus; parades; views of Lincoln, Nebraska; a flood in Lincoln; and glass negatives showing funeral flowers and a casket, 1908.

INVENTORY

Architectural drawings and Courtenay family history


Subject headings:

Architectural design and plans
Architecture, Domestic — Nebraska — Lincoln
Courtenay, Dominick Gerald, 1853-1906
Courtenay, Irene G., 1881-1961
Courtenay family
Floods — Nebraska
Funeral rites and ceremonies
Lancaster County (Nebraska) — History
Lincoln (Nebraska) — History


Revised TMM        07-29-2009

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