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  • Tags: Cathy Maasdam Collection

Suzette LaFlesche, also known as Princess "Bright Eyes" was the daughter of "Iron Eye" LaFlesche, chief of the Omaha Native American tribe. One of the first women to attend the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, she died 7 June 1903.

Portrait of JD Clair Smith Jr, son of JD Clair and Olive Felber Smith taken in 1911 in Hartington, NE.

Portrait of the Fleming family featuring Walter and Julia Fleming, and their children: Mort, Ada, Walter Jr, Allen, and Robert. The date of this portrait is unknown.

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Portrait of the Pageler family sitting in a car in Saunders County, Nebraska (Most likely Cedar Bluffs). The photograph includes: Grayce, Victoria Pageler, Jack, Wiebke Pageler (1888-1988), Hans Pageler, Robert H. Fleming (1888-), Malinda Pageler,…

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Portrait of brothers Robert Harrison and Walter Fleming taken at a studio in North Bend, Nebraska in the early 1890's.

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A postcard photograph featuring Wiebke Maria Magdalena Pageler in a tall hat. Ms. Pageler was born 1888 and died 1988.

School photograph of children. Postcard includes names and ages written on the back. Kathleen J. Fleming (Cathy Maasdams mother) second from left in back row. Morse Bluffs, Nebraska (Grades 1-3) Public School District 14.

A photograph on a postcard of Robert Harrison Fleming in a hat and suit circa 1911.

Document to Olive L. Felber from Bellevue College awarding her a $50.00 scholarship per year for three years. This was written May 25, 1900, and signed by David R. Kerr who was the president of Bellevue College.

This document is a letter of recommendation for Olive Felber from James T. Lees, the chairman of enrollment. The letter states that Olive Felber wishes to transfer from Omaha to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The letter explains her interests…
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