Part of the Images of America: Nebraska Series). by Douglas Keister and Edward F. Zimmer. Images of America: Nebraska SeriesDouglas Keister. Jewish Life in Omaha and Lincoln: A Photographic History. Omaha's Trans-Mississippi Exposition.
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Start by marking Lincoln in Black and White: 1910-1925 (Images of America: Nebraska) as Want to Read . Photographer-writer Douglas Keister, has authored and co-authored thirty-six critically acclaimed books.
Start by marking Lincoln in Black and White: 1910-1925 (Images of America: Nebraska) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. He also writes and illustrates magazine articles and contributes photographs and essays to dozens of magazines, newspapers, books, calendars, posters and greeting cards worldwide. Other books in the series. Images of America: Nebraska (1 - 10 of 33 books). Books by Douglas Keister. Mor. rivia About Lincoln in Black.
As a Lincoln youth interested in photography in the mid-1960s, Douglas Keister chanced upon and acquired over 250 negatives of Lincoln places and people-mostly African American people. He safeguarded the fragile glass plates as he developed a career in California as a professional photographer and author on photography, architecture, and history.
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Douglas Keister; Edward F Zimmer. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Lincoln in Black and White : 1910-1925. Within this setting, a laborer named John Johnson a native of Lincoln and son of a black Civil War veteran produced remarkable images as an itinerant photographer of the Lincoln scene, especially of its black community. Johnson left very little written record, so knowledge is fragmentary of his working techniques and of his collaborators or assistants. Images of America (Arcadia Publishing). Arcadia Publishing Inc.
Lincoln in Black and White 1910-1925. His thirty-eighth book, Forever LA which features cemeteries in the Los Angeles Area was published in May 2010. His thirty-ninth book, Stories in Stone New York: A Field Guide to New York City Cemeteries and Their Residents was released in October 2011 by Gibbs Smith Publisher. In the mid 2000s, Doug began writing novels, including Desiree, Autumn in Summer, Molly in the Afternoon (writing as Suzanne Hartley) and a memoir about growing up in Nebraska titled Heart-Land:Growing up in the Middle of Everything.
Black and White in Black and White: Images of Dignity, Hope, and Diversity in America is curated by Douglas Keister and presented with support from California State University, Chico. FRI, 5 APR. Exhibit Opening: Black and White in Black and White. Nebraska History Museum · Lincoln, NE, United States. Historic Glass Negative Photographs by John Johnson.
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The Lincoln–Douglas debates (also known as The Great Debates of 1858) were a series of seven debates between Abraham Lincoln, the Republican Party candidate for the United States Senate from Illinois.
The Lincoln–Douglas debates (also known as The Great Debates of 1858) were a series of seven debates between Abraham Lincoln, the Republican Party candidate for the United States Senate from Illinois, and incumbent Senator Stephen Douglas, the Democratic Party candidate. At the time, senators were elected by state legislatures, so Lincoln and Douglas were trying to win control of the Illinois General Assembly for their respective parties.
Photographs taken on black and white glass negatives by African American photographer(s) John Johnson and Earl McWilliams from 1910 to 1925 in Lincoln. JOHN JOHNSON, Courtesy Douglas Keister. This photograph was taken on the front porch of a house that still stands at 715 C St. in Lincoln. At the time Cora and Alonzo Thomas ran a grocery store in the front room of the home.