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Since its completion in 1932, the Nebraska State Capitol has been widely recognized as an architectural masterpiece, one that justifiably inspires pride in the citizens of the state and admiration in people everywhere. This book surveys, in words and pictures, the architectural achievement and the artists responsible for it.
Frederick C. Luebke, the editor, is Charles J. Mach Distinguished University Professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where he teaches the history of Nebraska and the American West. Many of his articles and other books focus on the history and culture of the Great Plains.