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Contents of Volume 72, 1991

thumbnail image of cover Winter 1991 Vol. 72, No. 4   $3.50 (members $3.15)
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Nebraska sent 139,754 men and women to war; 3,839 of them lost their lives (NSHS-U59-2)

thumbnail image of cover Fall 1991 Vol. 72, No. 3   $3.50 (members $3.15)
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The Pilot Who Wouldn't Bail Out, by Nebraska-born artist John P. Falter, depicts U.S. Army Air Forces Captain Bob Hartzell, who flew a C-47 over "the hump" in the China-Burma-India Theater. The painting is one of twelve commissioned by Esquire magazine in 1943 to recognize heroic deeds by members of the armed forces (NSHS Collection)

Kearney, Nebraska, and the Kearney Army Air Field in World War II
By Todd L. Petersen
The Industrial Removal Office and the Settlement of Jews in Nebraska, 1901-1917
By Carol Gendler
The U.S. Army and the Omaha Race Riot of 1919
By Clayton D. Laurie
Niobrara, Nebraska: The Town Too Tough to Stay Put!
By John E. Carter

thumbnail image of cover Summer 1991 Vol. 72, No. 2  $3.50 (members $3.15)
On the Cover:
The cover photograph by Solomon D. Butcher depicts Callaway in 1907 and includes photographer Elsie Shannon's studio (NSHS-B983-3448)

thumbnail image of cover Spring 1991 Vol. 72, No. 1   $3.50 (members $3.15)
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The Love-Larson Opera House, Fremont, is one of the largest remaining opera houses in the state. Built by James Wheeler Love in 1888, the three-story brick and stone building was purchased in 1905 by L. P. Larson and renamed the L. P. Larson Opera House. A local nonprofit corporation, Friends of the Fremont Opera House, now preserves the structure as a community center (Courtesy of Nebraska Game and Parks Commission)

Second Floor, Brick Block: Nebraska's Opera Houses
By D. Layne Ehlers
Diary of Mary Bonner Lightfoot, Great Nemaha Agency, 1869
Edited by Mary Bloodgood
Omaha's Jewish Physicians: Educational and Occupational Opportunity, 1890-1940
By Thomas Magnuson

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