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We’re welcoming the new fall season with this week’s #ThrowbackThursday!
This week, we have a 13.5 x 8.5 cm color postcard. The pavilion featured in this postcard is located in Riverview Park in Omaha, Nebraska. The path is lined with fallen leaves indicating the image was taken during the fall season.
This week’s #throwback is owned and published by Omaha Public Library. The items in this collection feature Omaha-related maps from 1825 to 1922 , as well as over 1,100 postcards and photographs of the Omaha area.
Check out the full collection on the Nebraska Memories archive!
Happy #ThrowbackThursday from Nebraska Memories!
This week, we have a 5″ x 8″ black and white photograph of Lakota Sioux chief Red Cloud and his wife, Mary Red Cloud. This photograph was taken at the city park in Crawford, Nebraska on June 13, 1900.
This image is published by Crawford Public Library and is owned by the Crawford Historical Society and Museum. Working together, the Historical Society and Museum, and the Public Library digitized a number of images of the Crawford area from the late 1800s and early 1900s. The collection features resident portraits, local businesses, and souvenir postcards.
Check out this collection and many more on the Nebraska Memories archive.
It’s Thursday and you know what that means…#Throwback!
This week, we have an early 1900s postcard of two men wearing women’s hats, smoking pipes, and holding hands.
This image was taken by John Nelson and is published to Nebraska Memories by History Nebraska. John Nelson was born in Sweden in 1864. When he was seventeen years old, he came to Nebraska with his parents. His photographs tell the story of small town life.
Check out all of his photographs on the Nebraska Memories archive!
Check out this week’s #ThrowbackThursday from Nebraska Memories!
This early 1900 image shows Rev. Primrose baptizing a man in the Cedar River. The surrounding congregation belongs to the Cedar Valley Church.
This image was created by John Nelson. It is owned and published by History Nebraska. John Nelson was born in Sweden in 1864. He came to Nebraska with his parents at the age of 17. His photos show small town life in Nebraska during the first years of the twentieth century. His subjects include local businesses, community activities, and dearly automobiles.
If you’re someone who likes history, be sure to check out all the material on the Nebraska Memories archive. It’s a cooperative project to digitize Nebraska-related historical and cultural heritage materials and make them available to researchers of all ages via the Internet. Nebraska Memories is brought to you by the Nebraska Library Commission. If your institution is interested in participating in this project, see http://nlc.nebraska.gov/nebraskamemories/participation.aspx for more information.
Sports are making a comeback and we’re celebrating with this week’s #ThrowbackThursday!
This black and white photograph is published and owned by the Ella Johnson Crandall Memorial Library at Union College. The library at Union College is home to an archival collection of books, periodicals, audiovisual materials, photographs, artifacts, and manuscript collections related to the history of Union College and the College View community. The photographs selected for the inclusion in Nebraska Memories include early scenes of the Union College campus and downtown College View.
Want to see more Nebraska history? Check out this and all the other collections on the Nebraska Memories archive!