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  • 08:21, 8 October 2020 EZimmer (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:AmericanMusicHall300.jpg (Heading: The American Music Hall, Omaha, Neb. Description: Perspective rendering of the American Music Hall, 18th & Douglas Streets, Omaha, Nebraska, '''E. C. Horn Sons, Architects & Contractors'''. Date: c. 1909 Source: Postcard, Zimmer Collec...)
  • 08:30, 7 July 2020 EZimmer (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:LJBBourgeoisChiTrib20Aug1930p32.jpg (Heading: Louis Jean-Baptiste Bourgeois. Description: Obituary portrait of '''L. J-B. Bourgeois''', published 1930. Date: Published 1930. Source: ''Chicago Tribune'' (August 20, 1930), 32. Rig...)
  • 08:18, 7 July 2020 EZimmer (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:TempleOfLight.JPG (Heading: Bourgeois' concept for Bahai "Temple of Light". Description: Early (1920) perspective sketch for Bahai Temple, Wilmette, Illinois, by '''[Louis Bourgeois''' Date: 1920. Source: ''Kan...)
  • 07:57, 7 July 2020 EZimmer (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:HanscomParkPavilionPCard.JPG (Heading: Postcard view of Hanscom Park Pavilion, Omaha. Description: Hanscom Park Pavilion, Omaha, Nebraska, '''Maxon & Bourgeois''', architects. Date: Postcard published ca. 1905. Source: Zim...)
  • 15:46, 6 July 2020 EZimmer (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:BourgeoisChiTrib1930Aug20p32.JPG
  • 12:43, 25 June 2020 EZimmer (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:Craddock1904BeeP168.JPG (Heading: James H. Craddock Description: Portrait of "James H. Craddock, 1885, Architect, Lincoln." (Date refers to settlement in Nebraska) Date: 1904 Source: ''Nebraskans 1854-1904'', Omaha, Nebraska: The Bee publishing co., 1904 Rights Usage Terms...)
  • 14:35, 24 June 2020 EZimmer (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:CordnerObitLJS16Jun1939.JPG (Heading: John G. Cordner Description: Obituary photograph of J. G. Cordner Date: published June 16, 1939 Source: Lincoln Journal (June 16, 1939), 1 Rights Usage Terms: Public, non-commercial use, with credit, is granted file names ending in ‘w)
  • 08:37, 23 June 2020 EZimmer (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:WoodsportraitB1905.JPG (Heading: A. W. Woods, 1905 Description: A. W. Woods, Associate Editor, "American Carpenter & Builder' Date: April 1905 Source: American Carpenter & Builder (April 1905), 4. Rights Usage Terms: Public, non-commercial use, with credit, is granted fi...)
  • 15:24, 30 May 2020 EZimmer (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:EmmanuelChurch15thAndU.JPG (Heading: New Emmanuel Church, 15th and U Sts., Lincoln, Nebr. Description: Postcard view of Emmanuel (Methodist) Church, 15th & U Streets, Lincoln, Nebraska, '''Woods & Cordner, Architects''' Date: c. 1912 Source: Zimmer Collection Rights Usage...)
  • 15:08, 30 May 2020 EZimmer (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:EmmanuelMEChurchJan71912.JPG (Heading: "Proposed Emmanuel Methodist Church, to be built at Fifteenth and U Streets." Description: Woods & Cordner elevation for Emmanuel Methodist Church, Lincoln, Nebraska Date: 1912 Source: ''Sunday (Lincoln, Neb...)
  • 10:29, 22 May 2020 EZimmer (Talk | contribs) uploaded a new version of File:AmericanBuilderFeb1917p249.JPG (Heading: "Let Me Design Your Churches," '''A. W. Woods''' advertisement in ''American Builder'' magazine, 1917, featuring churches in Minden and York, Nebraska. Description: A. W. Woods advertisement...)
  • 09:20, 22 May 2020 EZimmer (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:AmericanBuilderFeb1917p249.JPG (Heading: "Let Me Design Your Churches," A. W. Woods advertisement in ''American Builder'' magazine, 1917. Description: A. W. Woods advertisement for architectural services, February 1917, ''American Builder'' magazine. Date: February 1917. Source:...)
  • 08:54, 22 May 2020 EZimmer (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:TheNW1893.jpg (Heading: ''The Nebraska Wesleyan'' (1893) Description: Title block for ''The Nebraska Wesleyan'' publication of Nebraska Wesleyan University, June 14, 1893, designed by A. W. Woods. Credit: Nebraska Wesleyan University. Source: ''The Nebraska Wesl...)
  • 08:29, 22 May 2020 EZimmer (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:WoodsportraitA.jpg (Heading: Prof. A. W. Woods. Description: Alfred Wilderman Woods Full narrative description of image contents (building, place, architect (always linked to his/her page), description of view, etc., etc. Date: 1893 Source: ''The Nebraska Wesleyan''...)
  • 15:43, 21 May 2020 EZimmer (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:StLeonardsMadison.jpg (Heading: St. Leonard's Church, Madison, Neb. Description: Rendering by '''[Jacob M. (James) Nachtigall (1874-1947), Architect|Nachtigall]''', Madison, Nebraska. Date: August 24, 1911. Credit: '''[Jacob M. (James) Nachtigall (1874-1947), Architect|N...)
  • 02:08, 20 May 2020 EZimmer (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:FCFiske.jpg (Description: Ferdinand Comstock Fiske Source: ''Lincoln Star'' (January 27, 1930), p.1 Rights Usage Terms: Public, non-commercial use, with credit, is granted file names ending in 'w' no derivatives.)
  • 16:58, 19 May 2020 EZimmer (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:FiskeFerdCobitLincolnStar27Jan1930p1.JPG (Description: Ferdinand Comstock Fiske Source: ''Lincoln Star'' (January 27, 1930), p. 1. Rights Usage Terms: Public, non-commercial use, with credit, is granted file names ending in ‘w’ no derivatives.)
  • 16:12, 19 May 2020 EZimmer (Talk | contribs) uploaded a new version of File:FiskeFC obit LincolnStar 27Jan1930 1.JPG
  • 15:58, 19 May 2020 EZimmer (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:FiskeFC obit LincolnStar 27Jan1930 1.JPG (Description: Ferdinand C. Fiske Source: ''Lincoln Star'' (January 27, 1930), 1 Rights Useage Terms: Public, non-commercial use, with credit, is granted file names ending in ‘w’ no derivatives.)
  • 08:46, 19 May 2020 EZimmer (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:LincCityDir1893p5.jpg.JPG ('''Heading: ''' "The New Brownell Block." '''Description: ''' Advertisement in ''Lincoln City Directory'' of 1893 for "The New Brownell Block" (a.k.a. "Latta Building" designed 1892 by [['''Ferdinand Comstock Fiske (1856-1930), Architect|F. C. Fiske...)