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Sara and Terrence Holoubeck

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Title

Sara and Terrence Holoubeck

Subject

Sara and Terence Holoubeck Artifact Collection

Description

Collection of artifacts belonging to Sara and Terence Holoubeck of Kearney, Nebraska. All items are original, paper documents and illustrate the German heritage of areas in/around Nebraska from the late 19th century and 1900, as well as photographs from early Nebraska farm life.

Creator

April White
UNK History Harvest
Director: Dr. Jinny Turman

Source

Sara and Terence Holoubeck

Publisher

University of Nebraska at Kearney

Date

06/20/2015

Contributor

University of Nebraska at Kearney - History Harvest
April White (Curator)
Dr. Jinny A. Turman (Project Director)
Dr. Tom Kiffmeyer (Digital Photographic Archivist)

Rights

History Department - University of Nebraska at Kearney

Relation

History Harvest

Format

JPEG, original paper documents, photographs

Language

English
German

Type

Collection

Identifier

Holoubeck_UNK_History_Harvest_2015

Coverage

Nebraska

Items in the Sara and Terrence Holoubeck Collection

An original, paper Confirmation certificate in German dated 1900. First name is illegible, last name is Busch. Date is March 20, 1900. Artifact has colored ink artwork around writing, and was issued in Riverdale, Nebraska. This item is important…

An original, paper Baptism Certificate in German. Certificate has two dates: March 31, 1900 and possibly June (?) 4, 1900. Some of the information is handwritten in German, and indicates that the Baptism either took place or was recognized in…

Certificate for Albert More, a family ancestor of Terrence and Sara Holoubeck. The certificate is original, paper, and stamped with United States Seal. The certificate was issued as part of the 1873 Timber Culture Act by Congress to encourage…

Original paper deed for land ownership presented to Roswell D. Gould of Buffalo County, Nebraska in 1879, ancestor to Sara and Terrence Holoubeck. The deed was presented to Gould by the General Land Office at Grand Island, Nebraska of the United…

Original paper homestead certificate presented to Albert More of Grand Island in 1884, Nebraska from the General Land Office of the United States. Albert More is a familial ancestor of Sara and Terrence Holoubeck. The Homestead Act was passed by…