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Ak_sar_ben_10_20_1973.tif
Ak-Sar-Ben royalty . . . are Queen Susan Hawkins and King Samuel Greenberg. They were crown Friday night and will be feted at the coronation ball this Saturday night.

Ak_sar_ben_04_22_1979.jpg
All Spic and Span . . .for the start of the 1979 racing season is the grandstand and finish line at Ak-Sar-Ben Racetrack in Omaha. The Ak-Sar-Ben season will open May1 and a good many Southwest Iowans will doubtless be on hand. The track is expected…

Ak_sar_ben_01.jpg
An areal view of Ak-Sar-Ben

1-Simons Print  - Bellevue, Nebraska.jpg
Notes written on drawing:
3. Indian Mission
2. Sarpy's new home
1. Sarpy's old home
P. Sarpy Indian Agent, "Omaha" tribe of Indiana whose village was near Bellevue

1-Simons Print - 1st Claim cabin in Nebraska.tif
The first Claim Cabin built in Nebraska by Dan Norton in 1853 between Omaha & Bellevue.

1-Simons Print - Emigrant Ferry.tif
Consists of drawings made by Simons during railroad survey projects in Iowa and Nebraska beginning in 1853.

Emigrant Ferry across Elkhorn River. 23 M NW of Omaha Neb. 1854 & 1855.

GM Dodge's cabin in foreground. Looking South.

1-Simons Print - Emigrants to Utah & California.tif
Consists of drawings made by Simons during railroad survey projects in Iowa and Nebraska beginning in 1853.

Emigrants to Utah and California crossing Elkhorn river 25 miles North West of Omaha, Nebraska. 1854-55. GM Dodge Cabin.

1-Simons Print - N.P. Dodge farm on the Elkhorn River.tif
Consists of drawings made by Simons during railroad survey projects in Iowa and Nebraska beginning in 1853.

West part of NP Dodge's farm on Elkhorn River 23 m NW Omaha Neb.

1-Simons Print - Omaha Indian Village.tif
Consists of drawings made by Simons during railroad survey projects in Iowa and Nebraska beginning in 1853.

Omaha Indian Village on Pappillion Creek near Belleview Nebraska

1-Simons Print - Pawnee Indian Village.tif
Consists of drawings made by Simons during railroad survey projects in Iowa and Nebraska beginning in 1853.

Pawnee Indian Village on South side of Platte River near Fremont Nebraska.

1-Simons Print - Steamer Omaha.tif
Consists of drawings made by Simons during railroad survey projects in Iowa and Nebraska beginning in 1853.

Steamer Omaha landing Mormons at Florence Neb in the Spring of 1854.

1-Simons Print -Sylvanus Dodge's Cabin.tif
Consists of drawings made by Simons during railroad survey projects in Iowa and Nebraska beginning in 1853.

S. Dodge's Cabin & improvements as they appeared in 1858. 23 Miles NW of Omaha. Looking North West.

1-Simons Print -Sylvanus Dodge's log cabin in Omaha.tif
Consists of drawings made by Simons during railroad survey projects in Iowa and Nebraska beginning in 1853.

Log cabin in Omaha occupied by Sylvanus Dodge & family when driven by Indians from their Elkhorn form August 1855 to April 1856. This…

Copy of 22(4)Color.jpg
Drawing by frontier artist George Simons from the art collections of PACE.

Copy of 32(9)Color.jpg
Drawing by frontier artist George Simons from the art collections of PACE.

Copy of 27(14)Gray.tif
Drawing by frontier artist George Simons from the art collections of PACE.

Sketch on reverse side of plows.

Copy of 9(45)Gray.tif
Drawing by frontier artist George Simons from the art collections of PACE.

Copy of 17(16)Gray.tif
Drawing by frontier artist George Simons from the art collections of PACE.

Signed by G. Simons. (Mormons Landing at) Florence, Nebraska in 1856

Copy of 26(13)Gray.tif
Drawing by frontier artist George Simons from the art collections of PACE.

Drawing of General Dodge's claim on the Elkhorn River, Nebraska (Claims of Sylvanus Dodge and G.M. Dodge, Looking south to ferry on the Elkhorn River, Nebraska), 1854-58.

Copy of 38(40)Gray.tif
Drawing by frontier artist George Simons from the art collections of PACE.

Drawing on reverse of Wagon and Two Mules
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