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    • Rev. Thomas Aikeman, Custer County, Nebraska

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    • Alternatively identified as Thomas Aikens, one mile south of Mason City, Nebraska. See additional information. RG2608-1427 [Transcription of a letter from Ray H. Parrish to Ann Reinert]: Rulo, Nebr., Nov. 24, 1976 Mrs. Ann Reinert, Librarian,...
    • Children in relocation centers saying the Pledge Allegiance.

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    • Children Pledge Allegiance to the Flag in San Francisco, California, at Raphael Weill Public School. Children in families of Japanese ancestry were evacuated with their parents and will be housed for the duration in War Relocation Authority centers...
    • Count of Monte Christo

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    • James O'Neill as Edmund Dantes and Clara Morris, one of the leading exponent of overblown, emotional acting ; O'Neill's interpretation of the part caused a sensation with the theater-going public ; the San Francisco News Latter was less...
    • Saved

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    • Edward Bond's Saved as produced by the English Stage Company ; it was originally enacted privately, under 'club' auspices, since the play was initially censored due largely to the infamous 'stoning of a baby' scene. The play itself is set in...
    • Saved

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    • Edward Bond's Saved as produced by the English Stage Company ; it was originally enacted privately, under 'club' auspices, since the play was initially censored due largely to the infamous 'stoning of a baby' scene. The play itself is set in...
    • Saved

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    • Edward Bond's Saved as produced by the English Stage Company ; it was originally enacted privately, under 'club' auspices, since the play was initially censored due largely to the infamous 'stoning of a baby' scene. The play itself is set in...
    • Bert Williams

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    • Williams in rooster costume with top hat, 1910, Ziegfeld Follies. The idea of a black-featured performer amid an otherwise all-white show was a shock in 1910. Williams' initial reception was cool, and several cast members delivered an ultimatum to...

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