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    • Dr. Geo. L. Miller's residence

    • Dwellings -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1890-1900; Houses -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1890-1900
    • Abstract Residence of Dr. George L. Miller, Seymour Park (present Ralston).
    • Pearl Harbor (THE WAR:  NEBRASKA STORIES) [video]

    • world war II nebraska pearl harbor hawaii combat boatswain's mate Warren Miller combat
    • Warren Miller's misbehavior almost cost him his life at Pearl Harbor. Pearl Harbor is in Hawaii in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, halfway between Japan and California. The Japanese executed this surprise attack on December 7, 1941 to prevent...
    • 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
    • Group of residences

    • Dwellings -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1890-1900; Houses -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1890-1900
    • Abstract Views of six residences of prominent Omaha, Nebraska, citizens. Top left: Yates residence; top middle: Harman residence; top right: residence of J. H. Millard; bottom right: Dr. Mercer's residence, Walnut Hill; bottom middle: Dr. Geo. L....
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Our Town

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    • Young lovers were portrayed by John Craven and Martha Scott. Photograph by Vandamm Studio. 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...

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