First Presbyterian Church (Lincoln, Neb.) [RG1168.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID

RG1168.AM:  First Presbyterian Church (Lincoln, Neb.)

Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska
Records: 1926; 1959-1963
Size:  One folder and microfiche

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The collection consists of one folder of materials relating to the First Presbyterian Church in Lincoln, Nebraska.  The bulk of the materials consist of reports, programs and notes documenting the activities of the Women’s Association of the First Presbyterian Church, ca. 1959 to 1963.  Also included are microfiche containing blueprints, plans and specifications for the current church (located at 17th and F Streets).  The plans were created by the architectural firms of Cram and Ferguson (Boston, Mass.) and Davis and Wilson (Lincoln, Nebraska) and date from 1926.

INVENTORY

Microfiche of blueprints, plans, etc., 1926 (in Reference Room)
Misc. records of the Women’s Association of the First Presbyterian Church, 1959-1963


Subject headings:

Architecture — Design and plans
Cram and Ferguson, Architects (Boston, Mass.)
Davis and Wilson, Architects (Lincoln, Neb.)
First Presbyterian Church (Lincoln, Neb.)
Lincoln (Neb.) — Churches
Presbyterian Church in Nebraska


Revised TMM      03-09-2007; 05-14-2019

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