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Ms. Stukenholtz presents an autograph notebook that belonged to her mother to UNL History Harvest graduate student assistant Rob Voss. You can find this and other stories on the History Harvest YouTube Channel.

Ms. Stukenholtz presented a Victorian scrapbook album containing images from advertising, cards, and calling cards to UNL History Harvest graduate student assistant Rob Voss. You can find this and other stories on the History Harvest YouTube…

Ms. Stukenholtz presented various domestic objects (toys, notebooks, aprons) from her collection to UNL History Harvest graduate student assistant Rob Voss. You can find this and other stories on the History Harvest YouTube Channel.

Ms. Stukenholtz presented her grandfather's notebook to UNL History Harvest graduate student assistant Rob Voss. You can find this and other stories on the History Harvest YouTube Channel.

Ms. Wilberger shared the papers of her family from Axtell, Nebraska. Among them are the squatting documents, the railroad drover's tickets, and the accounts of sales for livestock from South Omaha with the History Harvest graduate student assistant…

Ms. Wilberger tells the story of an heirloom tea set that might have been brought to the United States from Sweden in 1868 to UNL History Harvest graduate student assistant Rob Voss. You can find this and other stories on the History Harvest…

Mr. Moore remembers his days at school and the railroad in an interview with UNL History Harvest graduate student assistant Rob Voss. You can find this and other stories on the History Harvest YouTube Channel.

Mr. Moore remembered the trains he took when drafted at the end of World War II in connection with items he shared - the commemorative Zephyr Plate and the replica of the first "Vista Dome" railroad car. An interview with UNL History Harvest graduate…

Colleen Volkmer tells the story of the Cowboy Rug to the History Harvest graduate student assistant Rob Voss. This rug with a cowboy trying to stay in the saddle of a bucking horse is a wonderful piece of Americana from the middle of the 20th…

Bill Hayes and the History Harvest graduate student assistant Leslie Working discuss the imagery of the "John A. Logan in 1859" lithograph. Lacking important data, they do not interpret the lithograph, but speculate on its possible meanings. You…
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