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Throwback Thursday: Old Style Threshing Outfit

It’s a tribute to the harvest season with this week’s #ThrowbackThursday!

Old style threshing outfit, Nebraska

This week we have a 1907-1917 black and white photograph on a postcard. It depicts a group of men threshing wheat with horses attached to a threshing machine as they walk in a circle. In the background is a stack of hay or wheat and more men. Information printed on item: 567 Old Style Threshing Outfit, Nebraska.

Are you interested in Nebraska’s history? Find out more about this photo in the Nebraska Memories archive! Photo provided by the Nebraska State Historical Society located in Nebraska Memories.

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Throwback Thursday: Nebraska Veterans

NLC is proud to honor Nebraska’s many Veterans with this week’s #ThrowbackThursday.

Lieutenant M.J. Coulter bomber crew group This week we have an 8″x10″ glass plate negative of Lieutenant M.J. Coulter and bomber crew, taken December 6th, 1943. Identified in the photograph are M. Coulter, standing second from the left; W.H. Field, bottom row right and R.D. Espana, bottom row center.

Are you interested in Nebraska’s military history? Find out more about this photo and other military items in the Nebraska Memories archive! Photo provided by the Townsend Studio collection located in Nebraska Memories.

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Throwback Thursday: 1951 Halloween Party

1951 Halloween party, Nebraska Children's Home Society

NLC is getting all geared up for Halloween with this week’s #ThrowbackThursday! Photograph of children and teenagers at a Halloween party for the Nebraska Children’s Home Society in 1951.

Photo provided by the Nebraska Children’s Home Society collection located in Nebraska Memories.

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Throwback Thursday: Main Street, McCook, Nebraska

Photograph of Main Street, McCook, Nebraska in 1884.  Photo provided by the High Plains Historical Society and Museum collection located in Nebraska Memories.  http://memories.nebraska.gov/cdm/ref/collection/hphsm/id/22

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Throwback Thursday: View of Lincoln, Nebraska from Capitol, 1875.

Picture postcard of the view of Lincoln, Nebraska, from the Nebraska State Capitol Building in 1875.

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Throwback Thursday: Little Building, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Picture postcard of the Little Building, Lincoln, Nebraska.  Approximate date early 1900s.

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Throwback Thursday: St. John’s Church and Creighton College, Omaha, Nebraska.

Picture postcard of St. John’s Church and Creighton College, Omaha, Nebraska.  Approximate date early 1900s.

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Throwback Thursday: Post Office, Fremont, Nebraska.

 

Picture postcard of the Post Office, Fremont, Nebraska, John Hauser Dist., Fremont, Nebraska.  Approximate date early 1900s.

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Throwback Thursday: Omaha Boulevard, South West, Omaha, Nebraska.

Picture postcard of Omaha Boulevard, South West, Omaha, Nebraska.  Approximate date the early 1900s.

 

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Throwback Thursday: Lagoon at Antelope Park, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Picture postcard of the lagoon at Antelope Park, Lincoln, Nebraska.  Approximate date early 1900s.

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Throwback Thursday: Federal Trust Building, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Picture postcard of the Federal Trust Building, Lincoln, Nebraska.  Approximate date early 1900s.

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Throwback Thursday: Farnam Street, East from 17th, Omaha, Nebraska.

Picture postcard of Farnam Street, East from 17th Street, Omaha, Nebraska.  Approximate date early 1900s.

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Throwback Thursday: Cattle Pens, Stockyards, South Omaha, Nebraska

Picture postcard of the cattle pens, stockyards, South Omaha, Nebraska.  Approximate date early 1900s.

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Throwback Thursday: Country Club, Omaha, Nebr.

Picture postcard of the Country Club, view from the golf grounds, Omaha, Nebr.  Approximate date early 1900s.

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Throwback Thursday: New City National Bank Building, Omaha, Nebr.

Picture postcard of the New City National Bank Building located at 16th and Harney Streets, Omaha, Nebr.  Approximate date early 1900s.

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Throwback Thursday: New W.O.W. Building, Omaha, Nebr.

Picture postcard of the New Woodman of the World building located at 14th and Farnam Streets, Omaha, Nebr.  Approximate date early 1900s.

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Throwback Thursday: Hotel Loyal, Omaha, Neb.

Picture postcard of the Hotel Loyal, Omaha, Neb., approximate date early 1900s.

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Throwback Thursday: Clarkson Memorial Hospital, Omaha, Neb.

Picture postcard of the Clarkson Memorial Hospital, Omaha, Neb.  Approximate date early 1900s.

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Throwback Thursday: Hotel Fontenelle, Omaha, Nebr.

Picture postcard of the Hotel Fontenelle, Omaha, Nebr.  Approximate date early 1900s.

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Throwback Thursday: U.S. Government Building, Hastings, Neb.

Photograph postcard of the U.S. Government Building, Hastings, Neb. around the early 1900s.  Published by Stein Bros. Co., Hastings, Neb.

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