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Peacock Family

RG2368.AM:  Peacock Family

Papers:  1940-1947
Emmet, Holt County, Neb.:  Barber, WWII soldier
Size:  1 folder


The manuscript portion of this collection contains documents, 1940-1947, relating to Grant W. Peacock's training, apprenticeship and licensing to work as a barber in Nebraska. Includes applications, certificates, etc., and a postcard from his father to the licensing board regarding Grant's military service. Also includes his high school diploma, and a photocopy of an interview with Grant Peacock by Linda Ramos Camacho. The interview explores his experiences as a soldier in World War II. Two portraits are attached to the licensing materials. See also the photo component [RG2368.PH] for additional images. The Nebraska History Museum houses a small collection of materials relating to the Peacock family. Not all items are on display. Interested researchers should contact the Museum Collections department for more information.



Peacock, Grant W.
Peacock family
World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives


KFK   11-15-2000
Encoded TMM   03-04-2011


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