Edwin S. Kimmel, 1908-1970 [RG1135.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG1135.AM:  Edwin S. Kimmel, 1908-1970



Papers:  1865, 1890, 1957

Bridgeport, Morrill County, Nebraska

Size:  Four items



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



The collection contains four items including, a brief genealogy of the Kimmel Family from 1662-1908; a “Dispersion of sale catalogue of the Mt. Pleasant Aberdeen-Angus Herd, the Property of Samuel Kimmel, Falls City, Neb., to be offered at Public Sale at the Union House Stables, in Falls City, Nebraska, Thursday, April 22, 1897;” an undated letter signed by Samuel Kimmel with his thoughts about the 1916 election; and a land warrant of transfer of land owned by John Henry Kimmel to Elmer S. Dundy after Kimmel’s Death, December 15, 1865. The land was located in Brownville, Nebraska.



 

Subject headings:



Aberdeen-Angus cattle — Nebraska

Brownville (Nebraska)

Cattle breeds — Nebraska

Dundy, Elmer S., 1830-1895

Falls City (Nebraska)

Kimmel Family

Kimmel, Edwin S., 1908-1970

Kimmel, John Henry

Kimmel, Samuel, 1847-



 



RELATED MATERIALS:



The Library collection contains the publication, “Genealogy: Johann Philip Kimmel, York County, Pennsylvania, [1695-1777],” compiled by Mrs. Moss Kimmel Brown.



See also the papers of Joseph Wilson Kimmel [RG1136].



 



Revised TMM        04-18-2008

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