MORRIS WEIL MANSION. Morris Weil was an immigrant from France, a bank founder, and a leading supporter of his synagogue. He built this neoclassical house in 1902 at Seventeenth and C Streets. A Lincoln millwork company proudly advertised that it supplied the porch with its colossal Corinthian columns. The house is now a bed-and-breakfast.
Photographs taken on black and white glass negatives by African American photographer(s) John Johnson and Earl McWilliams from 1910 to 1925 in Lincoln, Nebraska. Douglas Keister has 280 5x7 glass negatives taken by these photographers. Larger scans available on request.