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    • Fort Anne: Officer's Quarters

    • buildings ;dwellings ;barracks ;built works ;fortifications ;complexes ;sites (locations) ;historic sites
    • Cannons on bluff overlooking Annapolis Basin
    • Fort Anne: Officer's Quarters

    • buildings ;dwellings ;barracks ;built works ;fortifications ;complexes ;sites (locations) ;historic sites
    • Officer's quarters with multiple entrances and large chimneys
    • Fort Anne: Officer's Quarters

    • buildings ;dwellings ;barracks ;built works ;fortifications ;complexes ;sites (locations) ;historic sites
    • Officer's quarters detail, front entrances with Neoclassic pediments
    • Fort Anne: Officer's Quarters

    • buildings ;dwellings ;barracks ;built works ;fortifications ;complexes ;sites (locations) ;historic sites
    • Officer's quarters detail, third entrance on gable side
    • Fort Anne: Officer's Quarters

    • buildings ;dwellings ;barracks ;built works ;fortifications ;complexes ;sites (locations) ;historic sites
    • Officer's quarters; raking view of side and front entrances with Neoclassic pediments
    • A black woman doing the jitterbug.

    • juke african american women hat dress white police officer light bulb vest overall
    • A black woman jitter-bugging in a juke joint on Saturday afternoon.  USDA Photo by:  Marion Post Wolcott
    • Maj. Gen. Francis Greenlief

    • Francis Stevens Greenlief, Army major general Army-Air Force National Guard Vietnam War, died Virginia. born Hastings, Nebraska. 134th Infantry Regiment 35th Division European Theater Retired Normandy St. Lo Battle Bulge platoon leader rifle...
    • Francis Stevens Greenlief, 78, a retired Army major general who shepherded changes in the recruitment tactics of the Army-Air Force National Guard and who fought to improve benefit packages as Guard membership diminished at the end of the Vietnam...
    • Lt. Kei Tanahashi

    • Kei Tanahashi, UNL University Nebraska Lincoln, Heart Mountain, Wyoming, Nisei,
    • ex ’46, Heart Mountain, Wyoming, a Nisei officer, was killed in Italy in July, 1944. Tanahashi, mortally wounded while leading his troops in hostile action, died while directing operations against snipers. He wrote 'when this business is taken...
    • Induction Notice for William E. Green

    • William E. Green, Born in Lincoln, NE Corporal 76th Division, 304th Infantry
    • From Armed Forces Induction Station, Fort Crook, Nebraska. Names of people are listed, including William E. Green. Signed by W.R. Spillman, 2nd Lieut. A.U.S., Actg. Retg. Officer. William E. Green, born Lincoln, NE Corporal 76th Division, 304th...
    • 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
    • Group picture of The CTD Glee Club in uniforms.

    • Charles Lane Jr. Tuskegee Airman Lieutenant Colonel, 99th Fighter Squadron born St. Louis, MO resident Omaha, NE CTD Glee Club uniform
    • Lane is in the back row, the second person from right. He adds handwritten descriptions about a few members: 'Tactical officer Lt. Layne, My other Roommate now H.W. Banks, Hickman, Holloman, Our Director Sgt. P. Medley.' Charles Lane Jr., Tuskegee...
    • Sunk Ship (THE WAR:  NEBRASKA STORIES) [video]

    • world war II nebraska combat pacific richard kaplan iwo jima USS Bismarck
    • Richard Kaplan ended up in the Pacific Ocean near Iwo Jima when his ship was sunk by Japanese kamikaze (suicide) planes. The USS Bismarck Sea was the last U.S. aircraft carrier destroyed in World War II on February 21, 1945. 378 U.S. service men...
    • After the Atomic Bomb (THE WAR:  NEBRASKA STORIES) [video]

    • world war II nebraska japanese surrender atomic bomb duane tunnyhill marvin carcich richard kaplan
    • The United States accepted the Japanese surrender on August 15, 1945. Several Nebraskans describe the event and what happened at the official treaty signing after the atomic bomb. Pfc. Duane Tunnyhill, Private First Class, 28th Marines, 5th Marine...
    • Remembering Vivian Strong -- June 20, 2009

    • Humanities Desk audio radio history literature art religion Nebraska life Remembering Vivian Strong North Omaha community African-American Black girl police officer shooting 1969 race riot Civil Rights
    • Forty years ago, North Omaha broke out in riots at the news that a 14-year-old Black girl was shot and killed by a police officer. Now, for the first time, Strong's sister talks about the events that left a permanent mark on Omaha's predominantly...
    • The New Flu Virus and You

    • The New Flu Virus and You audio radio full program episode call-in call in McCammon Chief Medical Officer Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services DHHS HHS Doctor Dr Dr. Schaefer State Veterinarian Agriculture Hughes Southwest Family Health...
    • NET Radio call-in show with questions answered about H1N1 and its potential impact on Nebraska. Health experts answer called-in questions about prevention, vaccination and other concerns. Experts on the one-hour show are Dr. Joann Schaefer, Chief...

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