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  • Tags: Terri and Dave Mabon Collection

The photograph shows a part of Joseph Littlefield's family (his second wife Charlotte, his children from two marriages, his sisters) near the Littlefields' home in Aurora, Nebraska where Joseph moved in 1904. Born in Peoria County, Illinois in 1840…

This photograph of the May 8th train depot fire comes from the Littlefield family papers in the collection of Terri and Dave Maban. The photo is one of the series of several photos taken of the Chicago Burlington & Quincy (CB&Q) Railroad…

Joseph Littlefield, pictured here sitting in the front row, second from the left was a member of the Prairieville Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) chapter while he homesteaded in the Clear Creek area and always travelling to the veterans' meetings…

This is an envelope that the United States Pension Agency probably used to send the pension certificate to Joseph Littlefield. Born in Peoria County, Illinois in 1840 Joseph Littlefield served almost three years in the Civil War as a private in…

Joseph Littlefield filled out this Oath of Identity blank form probably in preparation to certify his Civil War record documents with the notary while applying for a pension. When filled the document would testify that the person appearing before the…

This is an envelope Charlotte Littlefield used to send here daughter (?) a letter from the Pershing hospital in Grand Island, Nebraska. Charlotte (Lotta, Lottie) Littlefield (nee Roberts) was Joseph Littlefield's second wife, whom he married in 1887…

This is a long letter Charlotte Littlefield wrote to her Daughter Josephine (?) from the Pershing Hospital in Grand Island, Nebraska telling her about the family history and the Pioneer days in 1864 when her family came to Nebraska from Illinois to…

This is a letter to Charlotte Littlefield from her sister Anna and her husband Theodore. Anna probably wrote this letter in the late 1930s or early 1940s, since this is the time the interest in family history rekindles. Charlotte (Lotta) Littlefield…

This is a letter to Charlotte Littlefield from her sister Anna and her husband Theodore. Anna probably wrote this letter in the late 1930s or early 1940s, since this is the time the interest in family historyrekindles. Charlotte (Lotta) Littlefield…

This is the photograph of Josephine Littlefield (standing third from the right), a participant in the Aurora High School presentation. Born in 1896, Josephine was a child of Joseph and Charlotte Littlefield, a family of homesteaders in Sherman…
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