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Destroyed by a Tornado?

This is Immanuel Lutheran (LCMS) at Middle Creek at Garland, east of Seward.

St. Paul United Methodist Church is in the foreground.

This church is actually located in Emerald, NE (a western suburb of Lincoln) on NW 126th Street, just off the western shore of Pawnee Lake.

First Congregational built this building but merged with Plymouth Congregational to become First Plymouth. [www.firstplymouth.org/Pages/about_history] 1930 this building was sold to First Lutheran. Details are in a book Nebraska Conference History by Charles Frederick Sandahl, pp. 229-236

This is the former chapel for Central Lutheran Theological Seminary, that provided pastoral training for the Nebraska Synod and the Midwest Synod of the United Lutheran Church in America (now ELCA). The seminary merged with LSTC in Chicago in the 1960's. This is on the grounds of the old Nye mansion in Fremont.

This is the former chapel for Central Lutheran Theological Seminary, that provided pastoral training for the Nebraska Synod and the Midwest Synod of the United Lutheran Church in America (now ELCA). The seminary merged with LSTC in Chicago in the 1960's. This is on the grounds of the old Nye mansion in Fremont.

This church is also known as Immanuel at Middle Creek, on Highway 34 just east of the creek itself.

This was formerly the chapel at the now decommissioned Lincoln Air Force Base, now known as the Lincoln Air Park. The building sat empty for quite a few years, but now has a completely new life.

Dort waren wohl die Buelt`s in die Schule gegangen. Grüße Thommy

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