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    • Children waiting by the school.

    • car hispanic children school house desert
    • The school at El Cerrito is poorly designed and not well equipped. Here from 20-50 pupils are instructed by two teachers who drive the 28 miles from Las Vegas each day. Parents take no initiative so far as the school is concerned, but nevertheless...
    • Ensemble performance

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    • Silver, Horace. Adjustment (arr. Matt Harris) ;Harris, Matt. North Shore morning ;Cadwallader, Rex. Do what? ;Jones, Thad. Child is born ;Cadwallader, Rex. Last Typhoon ;Schamber, Don. Matchpoint ;Kubis, Tom. Do I hear four? ;Jones, Quincy, 1933-....
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    • Smith, Claude Thomas. Emperata overture ;Chance, John Barnes. Variations on a Korean folk song ;Grainger, Percy, 1882-1961. Tribute to Grainger (arr. Chalon Ragsdale) ;Grundman, Clare, 1913-. Irish rhapsody ;Williams, Clifton, 1923-1976. Strategic...
    • Harriman Dispatching Center

    • DowntownOmaha union pacific railroad
    • The Harriman Dispatching Center opened in 1989. It is a command center that directs the traffic for the Union Pacific. The Harriman Dispatching Center makes sure that over 700 trains are moving the way they should.
    • High School cadets

    • Parades & processions -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1900-1910; Lantern slides -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1900-1910; Cadets -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1900-1910; Omaha High School (Omaha, Neb.) -- 1900-1910
    • Abstract Lantern slide view of Omaha High School cadets marching in formation in parade (in front of High School, 20th and Dodge Streets?). Barton Nash is in command.
    • High School cadets

    • Parades & processions -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1900-1910; Lantern slides -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1900-1910; Cadets -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1900-1910; Omaha High School (Omaha, Neb.) -- 1900-1910
    • Abstract Lantern slide view of Omaha High School cadets marching in formation in parade (in front of High School, 20th and Dodge Streets?). Barton Nash is in command.
    • High School cadets

    • Parades & processions -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1900-1910; Lantern slides -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1900-1910; Cadets -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1900-1910; Omaha High School (Omaha, Neb.) -- 1900-1910
    • Table of Contents Lantern slide view of Omaha High School cadets assembling for parade (in front of High School, 20th and Dodge Streets?). Barton Nash is in command.
    • I've got wings!

    • Airplanes, Military--Piloting ;Airports--Traffic control ;Air pilots, Military--Safety measures
    • Promtional mini comic published by the U.S. Army Air Force, Office of Flying Saftey. Beautifully illustrates various rules, regulations, and procedures; such as emergency landing, altitude, taking-off, etc.
    • Loma de San Juan, reverse

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 -- Battlefields
    • Post card - Loma de San Juan. Text reads: Loma de 'San Juan' Santiago de Cuba Oriente, Cuba. Loma de San Juan Site of the Battle of San Juan Hill - under the command of Theodore Roosevelt. Santiago de Cuba, Oriente, Cuba. Ektachrome por M. Buznego...
    • Looking Glass missions [video]

    • video Looking Glass missions nuclear missiles SAC
    • 'Looking Glass' was a command system that couldn't be destroyed by nuclear missiles. This segment is from 'Cold Warriors Never Die,' produced in 1990 by NET, Nebraska's PBS Television Station.
    • Lookout Point in Cherry County, near the Snake River.

    • hills handworked photographs trees horseback riding
    • 'The highest hill in all the surrounding country and was once covered with cedar trees clear to the top. A man in one of the trees could command a view of the country for miles in every direction.' See additional information.
    • Notice for the termination of the Army Specialized Training Program

    • William E. Green, Born in Lincoln, NE Corporal 76th Division, 304th Infantry Army Service Forces Sixth Service Command Joseph P. Thompson, Major, CAC, Executive Officer
    • Due to the imperative military necessity, ASTP students, including William E. Green, are ordered to be released from the program and assigned to the Army Ground Forces. William E. Green, born Lincoln, NE Corporal 76th Division, 304th Infantry

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