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A piece of mail sent to Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Clair Smith of Hartington, Nebraska. The letter was sent from friends from Sioux City, Iowa for the Christmas season.

This white coat was worn by J.D. Clair Smith Jr., a young boy featured in another photograph. He was born in 1908 and his mother was Olive Felber Smith.

Baptism certificate of Arnold Frank George Furstenau who was born on February 28, 1918 in Dodge, Nebraska. He was the father of Cathy Maasdam and died in 1988.

Photograph featuring white house in Hartington, Nebraska. This house was the birthplace of J.D. Clair Smith Jr. (born on May 31, 1908) and his grandpa Felber is on the front porch.

Photograph of Felber Maasdam sitting on a motorcycle in Lincoln, Nebraska. He was a policeman for the Lincoln Police Force and had played football in college. Felber was born in 1907 and still lives in Lincoln.

This Mother's Day greeting card is addressed to Mrs. H.H. Fleming of Norse Bluff, Nebraska. It is from her son, Quintin R. Fleming who was stationed overseas, however it is not know exactly where he was at the time. It is dated on April 25, 1945.

This envelope is addressed to Kathleen Fleming who was living in Norse Bluff, Nebraska. It is from Jessie Young, KMA Homemakers, Earl E. May Seed Company in Shenandoah, Iowa. It is stamped for March 1, 1940.

This envelope is addressed to Kathleen Fleming, Cathy Maasdam's mother, who was living in Omaha, Nebraska. It is from Kermit Fleming, Kathleen's brother, who was stationed in Italy at the end of World War 2. This envelope was stamped on May 18, 1945.…

This certificate is from the Public Schools of Nebraksa to Miss Olive L. Felber. This certificate indicates that Miss Felber is able to teach first grade in Cedar County for the period of one year. This was awarded to her on August 15, 1903. Miss…
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