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    • Orvieto Cathedral

    • Late Gothic, Italian Gothic, Italian Proto-Renaissance
    • [West facade. Pilaster to left of North door (North pier; First pilaster). Scenes from Genesis. Detail view of relief decoration:] Adam and Eve Eating Forbidden Fruit; God Discovering Them [Temptation and Fall of Mankind]
    • 'Buying and Selling by Farmers

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    • 'Buying and Selling by Farmers: Kansas Co-Operative Associations Make Marked Success.' Nebraska Farmer, March 9, 1918. Note: This article reflects the increased dependence on automobiles for moving products to market.
    • 'Community Drying of Food

    • FOOD DRYING EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES NORTH LINCOLN COMMUNITY CLUB LINCOLN NEB. FOOD DRYING LEADLEY THOMAS A.
    • 'Community Drying of Food Products.' Nebraska Farmer, July 21, 1917. Note: needs larger file--difficult to read. Also missing continuation page.
    • 'Electricity Helps These

    • BUCK GLENN SEVERE HARRY L. DAIRYING NEBRASKA OTOE COUNTY RURAL ELECTRIFICATION NEBRASKA HAMILTON COUNTY RURAL ELECTRIFICATION NEBRASKA OTOE COUNTY ELECTRICITY AGRICULTURE DAIRYING NEBRASKA HAMILTON COUNTY OTOE COUNTY NEB. JACOBSEN JOHN HAMILTON...
    • 'Electricity Helps These Men Farm. Nebraska Farmer.' October 19, 1929. Note: As electricity made way in rural areas of Nebraska, articles like this promoted its benefits to the farmer.
    • 'Electricity Helps These

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    • 'Electricity Helps These Men Farm.' Nebraska Farmer. October 19, 1929. Note: As electricity made way in rural areas of Nebraska, articles like this promoted its benefits to the farmer.
    • 'Federal Radio Control,

    • KMMJ RADIO STATION
    • 'Federal Radio Control,' by J. C. Jensen. Note: This article describes the 'Radio Act of 1927,' and its effect on Nebraska radio station programming including KMMJ.
    • 'Grow More in '44: Food is

    • WORLD WAR 1939-1945 FOOD SUPPLY AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY NEBRASKA
    • 'Grow More in '44: Food is Ammunition.' The Nebraska Farmer, April 1, 1944. Note: Farmers were encouraged to grow food to help with the shortages that occurred during World War II.
    • 'High School Kids Do War

    • WORLD WAR 1939-1945 WAR WORK NEBRASKA SCOTTS BLUFF COUNTY SCHOOLS SCOTTS BLUFF COUNTY NEB. AGRICULTURAL LABORERS NEBRASKA SCOTTS BLUFF COUNTY
    • 'High School Kids Do War Work for Victory Too.' The Nebraska Farmer, December 18, 1943. Note: Scottsbluff high school students were released from school to help with harvest during World War II due to the labor shortage.
    • 'Important Road Problems

    • TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS NEBRASKA ROADS NEBRASKA DESIGN CONSTRUCTION RURAL ROADS NEBRASKA ROADS NEBRASKA MAINTENANCE REPAIR
    • 'Important Road Problems Discussed.' Nebraska Farmer, March 23, 1918. Note: As automobiles gained importance in the daily lives of farmers, good roads became an issue. This article discusses a 1918 Nebraska roads convention, and the issues at...
    • 'Johnson's Radio Visitor,

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    • 'Johnson's Radio Visitor,' Published Monthly By KMMJ And Old Trusty products, Clay Center, Nebraska. Note: This publication describes radio programs, advice for the farmer, and Old Trusty product advertisements.
    • 'Johnson's Radio Visitor,

    • ESOR MANUFACTURING CO. HASTINGS NEB. ADVERTISEMENTS OLD TRUSTY CO. CLAY CENTER NEB. ADVERTISEMENTS KMMJ RADIO STATION : CLAY CENTER NEB. RADIO ADVERTISING NEBRASKA CLAY CENTER HASTINGS EQUITY GRAIN BIN MFG. COMPANY HASTINGS NEB. ADVERTISEMENTS 4TH...
    • 'Johnson's Radio Visitor,' Published Monthly By KMMJ and Old Trusty products, Clay Center, Nebraska. Note: This publication describes radio programs, advice for the farmer, and Old Trusty product advertisements.
    • 'Johnson's Radio Visitor,

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    • 'Johnson's Radio Visitor,' Published Monthly By KMMJ And Old Trusty products, Clay Center, Nebraska. Note: This publication describes radio programs, advice for the farmer, and Old Trusty product advertisements.
    • 'Learning White Man's Ways.

    • EDUCATION NEBRASKA GENOA SCHOOLS NEBRASKA GENOA GENOA INDIAN SCHOOL GENOA NEB. LEADLEY THOMAS A. INDIANS NORTH AMERICA EDUCATION GENOA NEB.
    • 'Learning White Man's Ways.' Description: Nebraska Farmer. January 6, 1917. Note: The Genoa, Nebraska, Indian School, operated between 1884 and 1934. One of its purposes was to teach American Indian students how to farm and raise livestock.
    • 'Let Uncle Sam Aid Roads.

    • ROADS FINANCE GOOD F. A.
    • 'Let Uncle Sam Aid Roads.' Nebraska Farmer, February 17, 1917. Note: needs cropping and larger file, difficult to read. Missing continuation page.

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