Keeping Nebraska History Alive!


Oldest extant high school building in the State of Nebraska
Valentine's Centennial Hall--built in the late 1800s--was one of the tour stops for the September 13, 2014 Meet and Greet event.
Nebraska City's Kregel Windmill Factory Museum
One of the museum tour stops for attendees of the April 9, 2015 Meet and Greet in Nebraska City.
Interior of Kregel Windmill Factory Museum
One small part of the interior of the Kregel Windmill Factory Museum toured by Nebraska City Meet and Greet Attendees in April 2015.
Michael Nelson, President, Nebraska State Historical Society Foundation Board of Directors
Michael Nelson addresses attendees of the April 2015 Meet and Greet in Nebraska City.
Scholarship Winner
Emily Whipple, winner of one of the scholarships provided by the Nebraska State Historical Society Foundation, accepting her award at the May 2, 2015, Annual Meeting held in Kearney.
Cattlemen's Ball
Nebraska State Historical Society and Nebraska State Historical Society Foundation volunteers at the Cattlemen's Ball in Lynch in June 2015.
Sidney Meet and Greet
Dr. Chuck Reher presenting "Prehistoric Hunting" at the Sidney Meet and Greet in July 2015.
Volunteer Archaeological Dig
Open House and volunteer dig October 3-4, 2015, at the Foundation's Engineer Cantonment site north of Omaha.
Staff Confab
Development Director Tony Dworak and Executive Director Leslie Fattig at work in Lincoln office of the Nebraska State Historical Society Foundation.
2015 Holiday Card
The 2015 holiday card sent to supporters by the Nebraska State Historical Society and Nebraska State Historical Society Foundation.

At the Nebraska State Historical Society Foundation, we support the preservation, interpretation, and appreciation of Nebraska history. As a 501(c)(3) organization, we work directly with donors on their funding priorities in support of countless Nebraska State Historical Society (NSHS) programs, projects, and events. The Nebraska State Historical Society Foundation is especially grateful to those who have contributed to the NSHS through the Foundation throughout our seventy-three year history.