First Territorial Capitol Building

Abstract/Description: "First Territorial Capitol of Nebraska 9th and Douglas Streets, Omaha." "This photo is of a drawing of the building at 9th and Douglas which served as capitol before move to Capitol Hill." "Harold W. Becker in Sun (His picture first Territorial Capitol building from: "History of Nebraska" by Professor James C. Olson, published 1966, University of Nebraska Press.)" CREDIT - Union Pacific Museum Collection

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