HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID
RG0716.AM: Frederick Blaine Humphrey, 1876-1952
Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska: Realtor and Legislator
Size: 1.0 cu.ft.; 2 boxes
Frederick Blaine Humphrey was born in New York state in 1876, graduated from the University of Nebraska College of Law in 1900, and served in the Nebraska legislature in 1908 and 1909. He was for many years active in real estate, loans and insurance business. Humphrey moved with his wife in 1940 to Carmel, California, where he died in 1952.
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE
The Frederick Blaine Humphrey collection is arranged in three series: 1) Writings; 2) “Corn Eaters Club of America,” and 3) Miscellaneous. The material in the Frederick Blaine Humphrey collection relates primarily to state and national political and economic issues of the 1920s.
Series 1 - Writings
- Tracts on theosophy (published 1918, 1920); Equality for Agriculture; Cooperation-A New Economic System; The Formation of a Lasting Peace (1943); Wars and Strikes (1943); material on the Nebraska State Capitol
Series 2 - Corn Eaters Club of America
- “The Corn Eaters Club of America” (f. Lincoln, Nebraska, 1922), an organization for the increase of corn consumption in an effort to raise low prices
Series 3 - Miscellaneous
- Newspapers, 1922
- Inventories of photographs, etc., given to Nebraska State Historical Society
- Scrapbook, 1870s-1890s, newspaper clippings primarily of a political nature (unsigned)
- Scrapbook, 1880s-1890s, newspaper clippings primarily of a political nature, O.W. Humphrey (father)
- Letters, manuscripts, phrenology, astrology material, etc.
Corn Eaters Club of America
Humphrey, Frederick Blaine, 1876-1952
Nebraska State Capitol
Politics & government
Revised TMM 04-11-2017