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Below you will find links to items relating to Nebraska.

We are pleased to announce that the Family-Images.Com Webpage is growing so rapidly. A very special THANK YOU has to go out to the unselfish people who have already shared these great old Vintage Treasures with our visitors. We are always happy to receive new items so please feel free to Click Here to Send Me Electronic Mail if you have anything you want to share with our visitors.


NE Beaver City M E Church
NE Boys Town Central Power House Heating Plant Laundry Color
NE Broken Bow 1920s Presbyterian Church Color
NE Chardon 1912 High School
NE Chardon High School
NE Columbus 1906 St Marys Hospital
NE Fremont 1908 Normal School
NE Fremont 1949 to Lester Cannedy Naperville IL
NE Fremont Masonic Home Color
NE Gothenburg 1960s Original Pony Express Station
NE Grand Island Third Street Looking East Color
NE Hastings 1905 Public High School
NE Hastings Mary Lanning Memorial Hospital
NE Hastings Masonic Temple Color Unused
NE Holdredge 1910 West Wood School Buildings BW
NE Johnson 1911 Public School
NE Kearney State Normal School Color
NE Leigh 1910 Public School
NE Norfolk 1909 High School
NE North Platte High School
NE Omaha 1912 High School
NE Omaha 1930s Capitol Ave West from 17th Street
NE Omaha Burlington Station
NE Omaha Wholesale District Union Pacific Shops Missouri River
NE Osceola 1910 Presbyterian Church
NE Palmyra 1908 Methodist Church
NE Stromsburg 1910 High School
NE Superior 1909 High School
NE Tekamah 7TH Grade High School
NE York Ursuline Convent

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PLEASE NOTE!  The photos and information on these pages are to be used for PERSONAL USE ONLY!  Under no circumstances are they to be included in any "FOR PROFIT!" Venture.  The owners of the original photos retain all copyrights to these photos.  If you wish to use them for profit, you need the permission of the original owner.  If you see a photo here that you own the copyright to and want it removed, Click Here to Send Me Electronic Mail with the details and we will remove it. Since many of these are sent to us, it is hard to verify the information regarding each one. If you have additional information about something on this site, we would love to include it. If you see something that is incorrect, please let us know so we can correct it.

If you have never done a search on Ebay for your home town or even your family name, DO IT NOW in the Ebay Search Box Below! You will be surprised how many family bibles, and other documents are sold on Ebay Every Day! You might even find a postcard mailed to or from your ancestors! What a great addition to your family tree resources that would be!

If you look at the last line of text above that says "VIEW ALL _____ ITEMS ON EBAY!", that is how many showed up on this limited search. There are usually 1,000s of other postcards and pictures from small towns all over Pennsylvania so SEARCH NOW before you forget. You might be surprised at what you find! If you bid on and win any of these, please email me a scan to share with our visitors.

Another place to find a wealth of items relating to genealogy for your area is Amazon.com. If you have never done a search for your area on Amazon do it now in the search box below. There are many new photo books and other items regarding genealogy added regularly so be sure to check it out now.

PLEASE NOTE: There are many items contained within this site that have some very important information shown on them. Since I am only one person it is difficult for me to try to transcribe this info while also trying to maintain the site and add new items. Therefore, if you would like to help transcribe some of the names or other information I would gladly add that inforamtion to the site so the major search engines will pick it up. This will make it much easier for anyone researching that info to find it within the site. For instance, many newspaper articles list numerous names, obituaries often list other relatives, postcards may mention a name and address, etc. If this information were transcribed, it would help many more people. You can do as many or as little pages as you like and there is no pressure on you to get it done by a certain time frame. This way you can work at your own pace.

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