RG2958.AM: Jefferson Hunsaker Broady, 1844-1908
Lincoln, Lancaster County, Neb.: Judge; lawyer
Size: 1.0 cu.ft.; 2 boxes
Jefferson H. Broady served as a judge of the First Judicial District in Nebraska from 1884-1892 and practiced law in Lincoln after he retired from the bench. He was an active member of the Democratic party and a friend of William Jennings Bryan.
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE
This collection is arranged into six series. Series 1 contains general correspondence, 1908. Series 2 is comprised of two account books, 1861, 1870, while Series 3 is a brief book, and Series 4 contains two note books on American law. A series of scrapbooks and miscellaneous items complete the collection. The material in this collection relates to Nebraska politics in the 1880s.
Note: See the photo component [RG2958.PH] for related images. See the Nebraska History Index for various articles relating to Jefferson Broady.
Series 1 - General correspondence, 1908Box 1
Series 2 - Account books, 1861, 1870
- Account book, 1861
- Account book, 1870
Series 3 - Brief book
- Brief book
Series 4 - Note books on American law
- Note book
- Note book
Series 5 - ScrapbooksBox 2
Series 6 - Miscellaneous
Brownville, Fort Kearny, and Pacific Railroad Company stock certificate
National Manufacturing Company, Lincoln, Nebraska stock certificate
Broady, Jefferson Hunsaker, 1844-1908
Judges -- Nebraska
Lawyers -- Nebraska
Politics -- Nebraska
Revised TMM 06-24-2009
03-04-2010 Revised TMM
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