Carole Tucker Reading Room

The Carole Tucker Reading Room is named after Carole Ann (Jenson)Tucker, co-founder and first volunteer staff member here at the Research Center.  The reading room was actually phase 2 of a multi phase project to build this research library.  Phase 2 was completed in July 2004 and a ribbon cutting ceremony with Congressman Tom Osborne took place on July 10th.  Since that time the collection has grown exponentially.  What started out as 127 books and half a dozen magazines has grown to a collection with well over 10,000 items.  Some of the things you’ll find in the reading room are:

  • Books of various type
    • County Histories
      (Nebraska & other states)
    • City & Town Histories
      (Nebraska & other states)
    • Pioneer Stories
      (Nebraska & other states)
    • Genealogy Reference & How-to books
    • Family History books, etc
    • Military History books
      (Revolutionary War, Civil War, Korean War ,Vietnam, WW1, WW2)
    • Holocaust Survivors books
      (We are one of only two libraries in the state to hold this collection)
    • International Research books
  • Phonebooks
  • Genealogy Magazines
  • Mary Anders Collection
  • Rich Dermer Collection
  • Natalie Lutton Books
  • Plat Maps & Atlases
  • et al, etc

Below are some photos from within the Carole Tucker Reading Room:

 

 

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