FRANK WEYER’S HASTINGS COLLEGE CONNECTION:
A PHOTOGRAPHIC SURVEY
The Weyer family has graciously opened the Family Album to our use. Their photographs, added to those from the 1911 Bronco (edited by College Senior, Frank Elmer Weyer), and a few more recent photos from the collections of various newspapers have made up the "pool" from which we have selected a few pictures to publish – some of which were obviously posed, while others are of a more informal "snapshot" variety.
Frank E. Weyer, 1911 Bronco Editor, persuaded W.W.
Clarke (son of an early H.C. Board Member and
Art Editor of The American Boy) to produce a Bucking Bronco logo as the College mascot.
Maybelle and Frank Weyer settle in for a 1930s evening of
reading near the fireplace of
their recently rebuilt home at 506 East Sixth Street in Hastings.
Dean and Mrs. Weyer on the occasion of their 50th Wedding Anniversary
A well-known Nebraska woman autographs her Nebraska "pep-song" to "The Dean."
Author of The World of Willa Cather, Mildred
Bennett signs a book for Florence French
(the wife of College President William Marshall French) as College Academic Dean Frank Weyer
and his wife, Maybelle Carey Weyer look on (1951).
Phyllis Weyer Garriss, the youngest of "The Dean's" daughters,
a "photo-op" with her father during a visit in the 1980s.