Subject Source: Library of Congress Name Authority File
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Archaeological Survey of Western Nebraska, Summer 1933, by E. B. Renaud, Director of the Survey, Published by the University of Denver, Department of Anthropology. The report includes photographs and charts.
Dates: 1934 May
Abstract Black and white silent film depicting a theatrical poker game, an Atlantic City convention, scenes from the beach, Nebraska vs Pittsburg football game, the Mayo Clinic, and footage of Dick Robinson.
Abstract Several unidentified men and women at a Farband Labor Zionist Order dinner. A banner hanging over the head table reads: ''Welcome Delegates [section in Hebrew]; Farband Labor Zionist Order District No. 7.''
Dates: 1951 November 25
Abstract String-tied notebook pages of ''2nd Archaeological Trip to Nebraska and South Dakota July 1936.'' Includes detailed notes on the expedition.
Dates: 1936 July
Abstract String-tied notebook of field notes of Middleswart's Collection of Nebraska and Wyoming sites. Includes detailed notes on the collection.
Dates: 1936 July
Abstract The Grimes family came to the United States from Russia Poland in the 1880s and settled in Denver and in Salt Lake City. The Pizer family were early settlers in Nebraska, where Jacob Pizer was a successful merchant. Annette Frances Pizer was born in Hastings, Nebraska. After she married Julian Lewis, she kept a scrapbook with wedding and anniversary cards. Sam Grimes worked in both Utah and Colorado before starting a junkyard in Denver. His son Max Grimes joined him in the junkyard business,...