On Sept. 29, 2018 community members may bring materials that are significant to your family, your life, Nebraska history, or tribal history to the library. These items may include photographs, letters, other documents, scrapbooks, and other material. The library will scan the items, listen to your stories, provide you with a digital copy, and upload the images to an online archive so more people can learn.
Items will not be added to the library’s permanent collection. We will not be keeping your items -- you take them with you back to your communities where they belong.
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