Boys fishing at Hanscom Park, Omaha, 1928 [RG3882.PH0019-0007-2]

Boys fishing at Hanscom Park, Omaha, 1928 [RG3882.PH0019-0007-2] 

Gone fishing! Three young boys fish the pond at Hanscom Park in Omaha in today’s Throwback Thursday photo. If the string of fish the youngest boy holds, the pint-sized fishermen appear to be quite successful their simple lines and homemade pole. Omaha photographer Nathaniel Dewell captured this sweet scene on June 20, 1928.

RG0813-444 SFN0426_2 Burlington in Wilber 1910 detail This isn't the train that was robbed, but is one from that era: a Burlington train in Wilber, Nebraska, in 1910. NSHS RG0813-44


 This photo by Edric Eaton shows the interior of one of the buildings used as Trinity Cathedral before construction of the existing cathedral building. NSHS RG2341-944On a spring evening in April 1873, a large crowd gathered in Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, a small frame building near the southeast corner of Eighteenth Street and Capitol Avenue in Omaha, Nebraska.

A number of people at the Peony Park pool in Omaha in 1930. The pool was not de-segregated until 1963.


Interior of a class room at the Genoa Indian School. Students in class, sitting in desks and holding their books. Teachers are standing around the sides of the room. RG4422.1-20


Left to right: Omaha Central Social Studies teacher Gary Groff with students Maddie Badura and Micah Martin




The front cover of the Dodds Homes catalogue


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