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    • All About Books: June 11, 2009

    • All About Books book literature reading review audio radio Stephen Young Unlikely Disciple Sinner's Semester America's Holiest University Roose Liberty America sinner Falwell Eiffel's Tower World's Fair Where Buffalo Bill Beguiled Paris Artists...
    • Otis Young studies Kevin Roose's 'The Unlikely Disciple: A Sinner's Semester at America's Holiest University,' the inside scoop from an undercover liberal student who studied at Liberty University. Charles Stephen gazes upon 'Eiffel's Tower: And...
    • 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...
    • Arthur William Sampson Cameo

    • Beef Arthur William Sampson Cornhusker
    • Cameo portrait appearing 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...
    • Eat right to work and win

    • World War, 1939-1945 ;Nutrition ;Gordon, Flash (Fictitious character) ;Popeye (Fictitious character) ;Phantom (Fictitious character)
    • Contributed by Swift & Company to America's all-out war effort through the National Nutrition Program. The booklet contains strips donated from various King Features Syndicate artists and features Blondie, Henry, Flash Gordon, Toots and Casper,...
    • Henry Doorly Zoo

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    • The Henry Doorly Zoo was a small park in 1894. It had about 120 animals when it was new. In 1963 Margaret Hitchcock Doorly donated $750,000 to improve the zoo and to remember her husband. The Zoo has grown in many ways since then. The Omaha Zoo...
    • Henry Doorly Zoo

    • SoutheastOmaha
    • The Henry Doorly Zoo was a small park in 1894. It had about 120 animals when it was new. In 1963 Margaret Hitchcock Doorly donated $750,000 to improve the zoo and to remember her husband. The Zoo has grown in many ways since then. The Omaha Zoo...
    • Henry Doorly Zoo

    • SoutheastOmaha
    • The Henry Doorly Zoo was a small park in 1894. It had about 120 animals when it was new. In 1963 Margaret Hitchcock Doorly donated $750,000 to improve the zoo and to remember her husband. The Zoo has grown in many ways since then. The Omaha Zoo...
    • All About Books: July 16, 2009

    • All About Books audio radio book literature reading review author Stephen Young Sojourner Truth's America Washington Truth biography The Day We Found Universe Bartusiak science scientist scientists No Such Creature Blunt thriller thief thieves
    • Charles Stephen wends his way through 'Sojourner Truth's America' by Margaret Washington, a substantial biography of the former slave and her fight for women's rights and against slavery. Stephen also reflects on 'The Day We Found the Universe' by...
    • All About Books: March 25, 2010

    • All About Books audio radio book literature reading review author Stephen Heresy Parris England Queen Elizabeth I The Pluto Files Rise and Fall of America's Favorite Planet Neil deGrasse Tyson Kuiper Belt
    • Charles Stephen examines 'Heresy' by S.J. Parris, an historical thriller set amidst the unsettled times of Queen Elizabeth I. Stephen also looks up Neil deGrasse Tyson's 'The Pluto Files: The Rise and Fall of America's Favorite Planet,' a fun and...
    • Set designs

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    • Charles Lehr was one of America's most highly respected scene painters during the 19th century ; his training as a dioramist in the 1830s is evident in this sketch from Harper's Weekly of a scene he created for a production of The Jewess, a...
    • Helen Hayes

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    • Honored on postage stamp. Helen Hayes was an American actress whose career spanned almost 80 years. She eventually garnered the nickname 'First Lady of the American Theatre' and was one of twelve people who have won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and...
    • Helen Hayes

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    • Portrait. Helen Hayes was an American actress whose career spanned almost 80 years. She eventually garnered the nickname 'First Lady of the American Theatre' and was one of twelve people who have won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony Award (an...
    • Helen Hayes as Victoria Regina

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    • Flyer for the play. starring Hayes in the title role of Laurence Housman's Victoria Regina. The play required Hayes to portray the queen over the course of her sixty-four-year-long reign. Helen Hayes was an American actress whose career spanned...
    • Helen Hayes as Victoria Regina

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    • Hayes starred in the title role of Laurence Housman's Victoria Regina at the Broadhurst Theater in 1936. The play required Hayes to portray the queen over the course of her sixty-four-year-long reign. Hayes is seen here with Vincent Price in the...
    • Two men aboard the S.S. Westernland

    • Passenger ships; Passengers
    • Two unidentified men stand in front of a ship's rail with ocean stretching to the horizon behind them. The photograph was taken on Willa Cather's return to America from Europe aboard the S.S. Westernland and is from Cather's European scrapbook.

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