What Would You Like to See?

Our group of Nebraska History bloggers has enjoyed sharing information about our collections, our research, and (what we consider) interesting anecdotes about the history of Nebraska . . . and we will continue to do so. But now we would like to know what YOU want to see! More items from our photo, museum, library, manuscript or other collections? Would you like to hear about projects from our Historic Preservation or Archeology divisions? Is there some topic you are particularly interested in (maybe something you read about in Nebraska History)? Or maybe you just want to know more about what our staff does on a daily basis. Please let us know!

Albert Vogt played Santa at Lincoln's Rudge & Gunzel department store sometime in the 1930s or 1940s. RG3840-1

The NSHS Bloggers are waiting to hear from you!

It’s your history too! Add your suggestions to our list of future blog topics. You can either reply directly to this blog post or leave us a comment on our facebook page. Or, if you just want to contact us directly, send us an .

Thank you for your continued support. We look forward to hearing from you!

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2 Responses to What Would You Like to See?

  1. LeRoy Eaton says:

    Sir or madam
    I like the blog and enjoy it very much. I left Nebraska after graduating from Sumner High school in 1948, To serve in the United States military.

    I like to read anything that has to do with early Nebraska History. Especially those about the frontier times. My family came to Nebraska from Kansas in the 1890′s.

    Please keep up the good work.

    LeRoy Eaton
    Terre Haute, Indiana

  2. Norm Prince says:

    Greetings,
    I have enjoyed the assortment of items you have offered on your post and hope more of the same continue. One item, which may not be possible for areas outside the large metro areas, would be progressive photos of towns or areas to depict the changes over the century. Also cemetery photos of interesting stones, designs or unusual offerings would be fun as well as informative. One other personal interest I have are the non-studio photographs of the individuals and families of days gone by which are a small glimpse into a way of life now gone. Thank you for the work each has put in to share the past with us today.

    np

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