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Husker football is back and we are celebrating with this week's #ThrowbackThursday! The University of Nebraska first played football in 1890. Four years later, in 1894, the team won the conference championship with a 7-2 record...
For this week's #ThrowbackThursday, we're taking a peek inside the home of Ray Julius Nye. This 7"x7" photograph shows the interior of the entrance hall at The Elms. Located at 1643 North Nye Avenue in Fremont, Nebraska, The Elms was home to Ray and Anna Nye...
We're back with another #ThrowbackThursday! This postcard from 1912 shows a large crowd gathered at the train station in Holdrege, Nebraska. Theodore Roosevelt stands on the platform at the back of the train waving to the people...
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