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    • Zyklon B, lethal gas

    • Zyklon B, lethal gas Nazis to murder concentration camps.
    • Zyklon B, one type of lethal gas used by the Nazis to murder people in concentration camps.
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    • Students in a classroom.

    • student one room school house desk book decoration classroom
    • Younger children in one of the town's 3 one-room school houses. This particular school is neater and in better condition than the others. USDA Photo by: Rusinow
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    • Early resident

    • Boys Town, Father Flanagan, early resident,
    • Young boy wearing hat, coat, short pants, one of the early residents, Father Flanagan's Boys Home,
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    • Boy milking cow at Overlook Farm.

    • Father Flanagan, Boys Town, Overlook Farm milking cow boy child milked
    • Young Boy milking cow, bucket in hand, Overlook Farm
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    • Black Worker in the field.

    • black worker horse tool boot field
    • Young black farmer working on field of Mr. Miller's farm. Mr. Miller is the only black farmer in the Rumsey Hill, sub marginal farm area. USDA Photo by: Jack Delano
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    • York Implement Company Float

    • YORK IMPLEMENT COMPANY YORK NEB. PARADE FLOATS NEBRASKA YORK YORK NEB. MCCORMICK-DEERING CREAM SEPARATOR
    • York Implement Company Float. York County Homecoming Celebration. York, York County, Nebraska. September 1928. Note: This float features McCormick-Deering cream separators.
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    • Arthur William Sampson

    • Beef Class of Nineteen Seven Arthur William Sampson Cornhusker
    • Yearbook entry in the CORNHUSKER. One of Charles Bessey’s students, Arthur William Sampson, went on to become America’s first range ecologist. Sampson was born in Oakland, Nebraska, on March 27, 1884. He attended the University of Nebraska where he...
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    • Lou Gerhig and Babe Ruth with Father Flanagan

    • Father Flanagan, Babe Ruth, Lou Gerhig, baseball
    • Yankee stars Lou Gerhig and Babe Ruth visit Father Flanagan while in Omaha for exhibition game, young boys present
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    • Ration Book #3

    • Homefront World War II Rationing Ration Book 3
    • World War II ration book issued to Wilbourne L. Davis of Lincoln.
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    • Black servicemen in troop transport.

    • bus blacks servicemen troop transport ammunition depot civil defense production factories homeland hastings race relations effort WW2 World War II WWII naval
    • World War II African American Experience: boarding a Navy bus to go to work. These same "buses" were used to take African American men to Omaha on the weekends.
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    • Fence

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    • Workmen building a fence along the Phelps Canal.
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    • Working the farm at the Omaha

    • OMAHA HOME FOR BOYS THE OMAHA NEB. GARDENING NEBRASKA OMAHA CHILDREN INSTITUTIONAL CARE NEBRASKA OMAHA GROUP HOMES NEBRASKA OMAHA OMAHA NEB.
    • Working the farm at the Omaha Home for Boys, in Omaha, Nebraska.
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    • Women’s Airforce Service Pilots group.

    • women aviators World War II WW2 WWII machinery equipment airplanes pilots combat
    • Women’s Airforce Service Pilots group. Second from left is Grace Elizabeth Clements of Elmwood, Nebraska, who provided courier service for Col. Paul Tibbets and his crew as they trained in Wendover, Utah, to drop the A-bomb.
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