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Black and white postcard photograph of Sadie Austin and horse, a.k.a. Cherry County Cowgirl. Photo was taken by Solomon D. Butcher of S. D. Butcher & Son Photography Studio. It is addressed to Miss Martin of Elm Creek, Nebraska.

Humorous postcard meant to illustrate how fertile Nebraska's farmland was. Photograph has been altered by Solomon D. Butcher in order to make the potatoes in the cart look gigantic.

Black and white photograph of the Platte River Bridge near Elm Creek, Nebraska.

Colored photograph of the Empress Theatre in Kearney, Nebraska. The theater opened on September 21, 1914. The named changed to Fort Theater during the 1940s and officially closed in 1993. Today, the building still stands as Fort Dentistry in Kearney,…

Postcard with black and white photograph of the damage left by a tornado that went through Kearney, Nebraska on June 6, 1908.

Black and white postcard of a football game between Doan Colage (sic) (probably Doane College of Nebraska) and Kearney State Normal School during Thanksgiving of 1907. Photograph taken by Solomon D. Butcher of S. D. Butcher & Son Photography Studio.

Postcard with photograph of Highway 30 in Elm Creek, Nebraska by Solomon Butcher of S. D. Butcher & Son Photography Studio.

Black and white postcard of an elephant parade in Kearney, Nebraska. Photograph taken by Solomon D. Butcher of S. D. Butcher & Son Photography Studio.
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