Mummies in Nebraska (4)
University of Nebraska State Museum
Morrill Hall, 645 North 14th Street, Lincoln, NE 68588
The Egyptian Collection contains over 300 objects and 3 mummies.
At least one of these brought to Nebraska by Dr. Rominger in 1885.
No information regarding mummies on their website, but you can request pertinent copies of "Museum Notes" for a minimal sum:
9. "Ancient Mediterranean Cultures: Egypt and Greece" Story of ancient cultures with photographs of Museum exhibits from Ancient Egypt and Greece. Photo and information on the Museum's Egyptian mummy, a contemporary of the great King Tutankhamen. Also a photo of the Whooping Crane display in the Nebraska Hall of Wildlife. (1959) (4 pages).
94. "Ancient Egypt in Nebraska: Timeless Treasures and Forgotten Gods" Explore the Museum's Egyptian Collection. Our artifacts include amulets, scarabs, figures, vessels, jewelry, mummies, and miscellaneous objects. (1996) (4 pages)
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Arts & Sciences Building Room 343
College of Arts and Sciences
Arts and Sciences Hall 280
6001 Dodge Street map this location
Viewing is by appointment only
contact Wendi Chiarbos at (402) 554-2902
I know that this is old information. Is it still valid?