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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.

Black and white photograph of 1931 East Junior High School Football Champions of Warren, Ohio. East Junior High School, established 1920, was demolished in 2010, according to internet research. In the second row, center is Paul William Davis, father…

Black and white postcard of a Barnum & Bailey parade in Kearney, Nebraska on Central Avenue. The parade shows men riding on elephants down Central Ave. The postcard is from F. M. Barney, an early resident of Elm Creek and early photographer,…

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.

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

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,…

Photography by S.D. Butcher of people row boating and enjoying the "Glenwood Park Resort" and that a "Mr. C. Nelson" [Charles Nelson] owns the Prop. [Property]

Colored postcard of the Grothan Elmwood Sanitarium established c. 1908 by Dr. Ole and Dr. Georgiana Grothan. In 1911, after the doctor couple divorced, the building was sold to the state of Nebraska and converted into living quarters for the…
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