State Capitol Building, Lincoln, Nebraska

This image is an artists rendition of the state capitol building, which houses the Nebraska government in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Genuine Curteich-Chicago “C. T. Art-Colortone” Post Card

The description states:

NEW STATE CAPITOL, LINCOLN, NEBRASKA

The Capitol of Nebraska, designed by the late Bertram Goodhue, is one of the most dignified and imposing public buildings that has been erected in this country. It is a gravely simple, its style is essentially its own; it perfectly fulfills its purpose, and it symbolizes to Nebraskans and to succeeding generations the people’s idea of government, of statehood.

–The building was completed in 1932 from Indiana limestone and the tower is 400 feet high.

This card likely dates from the 1930s.

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