HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID
RG3185.AM: Elinor L. (Baade) Brown, 1915-2008
Papers: 1914-2004; mostly 1970s-1990s
Ceresco, Saunders County, Nebraska: Author
Size: 0.2 cu.ft.; 1 box
Elinor Luella Baade, daughter of Edward and Mary (Zink) Baade, was born near Bennet, Nebraska, on January 1, 1915. She graduated from Ceresco High School in 1932 and attended Nebraska Wesleyan University. She taught for several years in rural schools and married James L. Brown in June of 1939. She founded Midwest Publishing Company in 1953 and published over fifty educational books. Brown was a member of the Nebraska Writers Guild and the Nebraska State Historical Society. Elinor (Baade) Brown died on February 29, 2008 and was buried in Wyuka Cemetery, Lincoln, Nebraska.
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE
The collection consists of one box containing writings and research by Elinor (Baade) Brown. The bulk of the materials relate to her genealogical research on the Baade and Zink families. The items in the collection date from approximately 1914 to 2004.
Note: See the photo component [RG3185.PH] for related images. See the Library catalog for numerous writings by Elinor (Baade) Brown.
- The Great Salt Basin and its effects upon the development of Lincoln and Lancaster County
Memories of Elinor L. Brown of Capital Beach Lake and Capital Beach, the Playground of the West
- Baade family research
- William Allen Baade Byrtus genealogy
- Baade-Zink family research
Brown, Elinor L. (Baade), 1915-2008
Byrtus, William Allen Baade, 1943-
Capital Beach (Lincoln, Nebraska) — History
Lancaster County (Nebraska) — History