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Group of Sioux Indians "Spotted Tail" (photo c. 1875) Standing: Joe Merrivale; Young Spotted Tail; Antoine Janis; Seated: Touch-the-Clouds; Little Big Man; Black Cool; last two are rapoves[?] indentified by George E. Hyde 4229 Dangler[?] St. Omaha, Neb.

[Clark, Omaha Team, baseball card portrait]

[Ted Kennedy, Omaha Team, baseball card portrait]

R.G. Carr building a mill race at West Union, Nebraska, taking water from Middle Loup.

[Wally Andrews, Omaha Team, baseball card portrait]

[Clark, Omaha Team, baseball card portrait]

Anselmo's Baseball Team, Custer County, Nebraska.

J.D. Troyer, west of Callaway, Nebraska.

Anselmo's Baseball Team, Custer County, Nebraska.

[Sauk Indian family, full-length portrait] / F.A. Rinehart, Omaha.

James Michelson farm, Kearney, Nebraska.

Men standing with their dogs at coursing meet, Kearney, Buffalo County, Nebraska

Dog coursing meet at Kearney, Nebraska

Dog coursing meet at Kearney, Nebraska

Dog coursing meet at Kearney, Nebraska - Baroness Beatrice and Tight Brush in slips

Men standing with their dogs at coursing meet, Kearney, Buffalo County, Nebraska

Dog coursing meet at Kearney, Buffalo County, Nebraska

Dog coursing meet at Kearney, Nebraska

Dog coursing meet at Kearney, Buffalo County, Nebraska

Girls basketball team at Miller High School, Miller, Nebraska.

Carr Mill on Lake Doris on the Middle Loup Rivers at West Union, Nebraska, on the ditch taken out for mill race.

Crowd at the county fairgrounds, Callaway, Custer County, Nebraska.

Baseball team at the Industrial School, Kearney, Nebraska

Final inter-city championship game, White Autos vs. Omaha "Luxus" team, Brookside Stadium, Oct. 10, 1915, score, 11 to 6 in favor of White Autos, attendance over 100,000

Final inter-city championship game, White Autos vs. Luxus of Omaha, Brookside Stadium, Cleveland, Oct. 10, 1915, attendance over 100,000, Score: Autos 11, Luxus 6

Championship ball game, White Autos vs. Omaha, Neb., Brookside Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. 10, 1915, attendance 115,000, score - White Autos 11, Omaha 6

HITCHCOCK, GILBERT MONELL. REP. FROM NEBRASKA, 1903-1905, 1907-1911; SENATOR, 1911-1923. PLAYING GOLF

HITCHCOCK, GILBERT MONELL. REP. FROM NEBRASKA, 1903-1905, 1907-1911; SENATOR, 1911-1923. PLAYING GOLF

Widow of noted flyer receive medal. 12/13/30, Mrs. Florence Shaw Page receives the Distinguished Flying Cross awarded posthumously to the late Capt. Arthur H. Page, U.S. Marines, for this "pioneering" scientific [...] and successful accomplishment in the art of blind flying." The particular flight for which he received the medal was from Omaha to Anacostia, D.C., the distance of 1,000 miles having been made by flying blind the entire distance in one day. Capt. Page was also noted for having won the Curtiss Marine Trophy Race last spring, flying the 100-mile course at an average of 164 miles an hour. He died from injuries received when his plane crashed during the Thompson Trophy Race at Chicago last September. In the photograph, left to right: Maj. Gen. Ben H. Fuller, Commandant of the Marine Corps.; Mrs. Page and Ernest Lee Jahncke, Assistant Secretary of the Navy

At the Iowa State versus Nebraska State baseball game. Ames, Iowa

Baseball game with Nebraska at Iowa State College. Ames, Iowa

At the Iowa State versus Nebraska State baseball game, Ames, Iowa

Baseball players during a game against Nebraska. Iowa State College. Ames, Iowa

Contact Sheet: 1-2 Apartment Block in Macy; 3-5 Omaha Nation School; 6-8 Main Street in Macy; 9-21Baseball Game in Macy; 22-26 Crowd at Main Gate Just Before Evening Grand Entry; 27-28 Bumper Sticker on Crafts Van in Midway; 30-33 A Couples Dance; 34-35 Judging Fancy Dancers; 36-37 Judging Traditional Dancers

Group of slides: 1-6 Baseball Game in Macy; 7-8 Crowd at Main Gate Just Before Evening Grand Entry; 9 Bumper Sticker on Crafts Van in Midway; 10-11 View of Bluffs, Missouri River, and Iowa; 12-13 View of Iowa; 14-15 Farm on Nebraska State Route 94, Thurston County; 22-26 Crowd at Main Gate Just Before Evening Grand Entry; 27-28 Bumper Sticker on Crafts Van in Midway

Founder of Boystown visits the White House. Washington, D.C., Oct 13. Father Edward Joseph Flanagan, of Boystown Neb. was a visitor at the White House today. He was introduced to the president by Joseph Keenan, the Assistant to the Attorney General, Boystown, made famous recently by a moving picture, is a town ten miles form Omaha, Neb. for homeless boys, of any race, creed or color where they are taught trades useful to them in later life, 10/13/38