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This crowd in front of the Husker Theater at 1444 O Street in Lincoln was treated to a free holiday show on December 24, 1948. Although the Husker’s advertisement in the Lincoln Star the day of the show stressed that “Everyone is Invited,” such events were often aimed at a young audience. Local merchants frequently sponsored free children’s shows or movies during the holidays so that parents could shop while their kids attended the event.

This crowd in front of the Husker Theater at 1444 O Street in Lincoln was treated to a free holiday show on December 24, 1948. Although the Husker’s advertisement in the Lincoln Star the day of the show stressed that “Everyone is Invited,” such events were often aimed at a young audience. Local merchants frequently sponsored free children’s shows or movies during the holidays so that parents could shop while their kids attended the event.

the original St. Elizabeth's Hospital on 13th and South St. Lincoln, NE. built in 1907

the original St. Elizabeth's Hospital on and South St. built in 1907

Lincoln Nebraska, Loveless, Tornados, Nifty, Chevrolet, Wander, Dinners, Storms, Joy

Lincoln Air Force Base-----Main Gate-1950's

Lincoln Air Force Base-----Main Gate-1950's

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Chrome Postcard Looking North on Street Lincoln, NE

Historic Joyo Theater in Havelock

Historic Joyo Theater in Havelock NE

First Block in Lincoln, Neb. 1868

First block in Lincoln Ne 1888

The Joyo Theater, where I first saw RHPS on the big screen & met all my wonderful Lincoln Nebraska friends!

The Joyo Theater, where I first saw RHPS on the big screen met all my wonderful Lincoln Nebraska friends!

University of Nebraska-Lincoln and downtown Lincoln, pop. 250,000.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln and downtown Lincoln, pop.

"Columns" are Remnants of Federal Treasury Building at Pioneer's Park, Lincoln, Nebraska

"Columns" are Remnants of Federal Treasury Building at Pioneer's Park, Lincoln, Nebraska

The Dawson County Plum Creek Riders participate in Nebraska’s Bicentennial Parade on “O” Street in Lincoln, September 2, 1967. Clark’s Clothes for Men, Household Finance, Anderson Photo Studio, Spoofer Shop, Ten-28 Fabrics and Norman's Furniture are all visible. | Volume II: Lincoln Memories: The 1940s, 1950s and 1960s

Volume II: Lincoln Memories: The 1940s, 1950s and 1960s

Due to the overwhelming popularity of “Lincoln Memories: The Early Years,” the Lincoln Journal Star is proud to announce a second volume, “Lincoln Memories II: The and This collec

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