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    • Ensemble performance

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    • Cole, Richie. . New York afternoon (arr. Phil Mattson) ;Evans, Bill, 1929- Lees, Gene. Waltz for Debby (arr. Phil Mattson) ;Young, Victor, 1900-1956. Washington, Ned, 1901-1976. Stella by starlight (arr. Phil Mattson) ;Loesser, Frank, 1910-1969....
    • Festival

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    • Fischer, Clare. Duke ;Fields and Kern. Way you look tonight (arr. Frank Holmes) ;DeLange. Van Heusen. Darn that dream (arr. Frank Mantooth) ;Shew, Bobby. Blue (arr. Gordon Brisker) ;Loesser, Frank, 1910-1969. Brotherhood of man ;Tomaro, Mike. Later...
    • riprap crew

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    • Crew laying prefabricated, interlocking concrete slabs as the original riprap on the face of the dam. The protection didn't work and was later broken up and removed with the help of German prisoners-of-war from nearby prison camps. Replaced with...
    • Turnout structure

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    • Central employees identified as (from left to right) Grant Kuhn, Bertrand; Don Gainforth, Bertrand; Dean Houlden, Elwood; and Louis Skeen, Bertrand; build a wood turnout structure. These turnouts were later replaced by pre-cast concrete structures...
    • G. Johnson & R. Canaday

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    • Two of the most prominent promoters of the Tri-County Project, Ralph O. Canaday and George E. Johnson, survey activities during construction at Kingsley Dam. Canaday served as legal counsel and secretary of the District, while Johnson was chief...
    • Letter (selected excerpts

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    • Letter (selected excerpts) from Russ Gibson describing his early radio days at KMMJ, Clay Center, Nebraska. Mr. Gibson describes his career with the 'Harmony Boys,' later the 'Country Boys,' on KMMJ. The group consisted of: Russ Gibson, Gerry...
    • Letter (selected excerpts

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    • Letter (selected excerpts) from Russ Gibson describing his early radio days at KMMJ, Clay Center, Nebraska. Mr. Gibson describes his career with the Harmony Boys, later the Country Boys, on KMMJ. The group consisted of: Russ Gibson, Gerry Wiebe,...
    • Letter (Selected Excerpts

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    • Letter (Selected Excerpts) From Russ Gibson Describing His Early Radio Days At KMMJ, Clay Center, Nebraska. Mr. Gibson describes his career with the 'Harmony Boys,' later the 'Country Boys,' on KMMJ. The group consisted of: Russ Gibson, Gerry...
    • Larsen Tractor Museum, Records

    • Advertising; tractors; Bates Steel Mule
    • The advertising shows the Bates half track tractor. The track part is only for the rear wheels. In later years many rear axle attachments would be marketed which used tracks to increase traction. It is not clear if the system had a special...
    • Harington, first house south of old Mitchell ranch

    • agricultural machinery sod buildings sod houses windmills churns haystacks agricultural machinery
    • Note: Where the cowboys took Bob Olive after the shooting at the Mitchell Ranch and where Olive died 3 days later, 30th day of November 1878. Olive died in a dugout back of this sod house.
    • Sherlock Holmes

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    • Sherlock Holmes by William Gillette, with cooperation of Arthur Conan Doyle. Gillette's Sherlock Holmes consisted of four acts. Combining elements from several of Doyle's stories, he mainly utilized the plots 'A Scandal in Bohemia' and 'The Final...
    • Sherlock Holmes

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    • Sherlock Holmes by William Gillette, with cooperation of Arthur Conan Doyle. Gillette's Sherlock Holmes consisted of four acts. Combining elements from several of Doyle's stories, he mainly utilized the plots 'A Scandal in Bohemia' and 'The Final...
    • Sherlock Holmes

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    • Sherlock Holmes by William Gillette, with cooperation of Arthur Conan Doyle. Gillette's Sherlock Holmes consisted of four acts. Combining elements from several of Doyle's stories, he mainly utilized the plots 'A Scandal in Bohemia' and 'The Final...
    • Hairy Ape

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    • Black and white portrait of actress Carlotta Monterey O'Neill in a Plymouth Theater production of Eugene O'Neill's 'The Hairy Ape.' Monterey later became O'Neill's wife. Image courtesy of the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale University.
    • Our Town

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    • A minimalist theatrical style sets apart the play. The sparse and symbolic qualities of the set suggest Wilder's intention to make Grover's Corners represent all towns. The Stage Manager, played by Wilder himself for two weeks in the 1938 Broadway...
    • Our Town

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    • A minimalist theatrical style sets apart the play. The sparse and symbolic qualities of the set suggest Wilder's intention to make Grover's Corners represent all towns. The Stage Manager, played by Wilder himself for two weeks in the 1938 Broadway...

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