Unidentified Photos from|
Cedar County, Nebraska
Do you have Cedar County photographs you would like to share? We are looking for photographs
of Cedar County residents, events, or places. If you have photos of unidentified Cedar County residents, we will
also post those in hopes someone can identify them! Please contact me for details on submitting photographs.
To submit photographs, e-mail Carol Tramp,
Coordinator for Cedar County
UNIDENTIFIED - PLEASE HELP!!
Unidentified couple--photographed in Hartington, NE
I bought a bunch of old photos
from an antique shop, and this one was taken in Hartington. Most photos in the bunch are from Lancaster, PA. There are only a couple of photos
labeled, and the names are: Christine Lichty, Mary Lichty, and Barbara Market. Can anyone help identify this couple?
Submitted by Patricia Rock
Unidentified couple--photographer D. Austin, Laurel, NE
Photo taken by D. Austin, Laurel, NE, as per the imprint on the photo. It is a
cabinet-sized photo and is in an album owned by
Irving and Minnie (DAWSON) EVERETT who were resident in Lyons, Burt Co., NE; Ganado, Jackson Co., TX;
and Kila/Kalispell, Flathead Co., MT between 1885-1935. Can anyone help identify this couple?
Submitted by Nancie Howell Willey
Group of 7
Can you identify anyone in this photo? Please notify Carol Tramp
Cedar County Museum Collection
Unknown woman with broach of Civil War soldier
This photo was found in the belongings of
Manuel & Arna Klanderud of Obert NE, my mom's parents.
The photo was taken at the Mida Hall Studio, Hartington, NE. The broach she is wearing
on the bow at her neck is a photo of
a Civil War soldier...he appears to be in a Union uniform. Can anyone help identify this woman or the soldier?
Submitted by Connie R. Loftus
This photo is of an 1877 chapel, located near District #13, along Highway S-14H, on a farmstead owned by Gary Hochstein.
Can anyone tell us the name of this church?
Submitted by Carol Tramp
S.S. Cisney Children
This photo is from the Glass Plate Negative collection at the Cedar County Museum. It was identified as children of S.S. Cisney. There
were three generations of S.S. Cisneys which lived in Nebraska. My best guess would be that these are the two oldest children of Stephen and Marjory Cisney.
I would love it if someone could confirm my guess that these children are Lumen Earl Cisney and Odessa Cisney or let me know who they are.
Submitted by Jackie Hensley
Saloon in Belden in 1899??
This is a photo of a saloon I believe was in Belden,
Nebraska. The picture was in my grandmother's photo album. On the back was written "Matt Schmitt." Mathias Schmitt was my grandmother's
brother-in-law. According to a family history book of the Schmitt family, Mathias Schmitt married Augusta Honke (my grandmother's sister) in
1898 and lived in Belden for a year in 1899 and was a saloon keeper there. The family later moved to Randolph, Nebraska and became life-long
citizens of that town, having raised their children there. There are still grandchildren and other family members living in Randolph.
Any help you can give me in confirming that this photo was taken in Belden would be greatly appreciated. And if anyone could identify the men
in front of the building it would be a wonderful addition to the photo's history. Also note the men standing behind the building. I wonder what
the chances are that the building is still standing?
Submitted by Kurt Lueken
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