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  • Collection: Cathy Maasdam

Document to Olive L. Felber from Bellevue College awarding her a $50.00 scholarship per year for three years. This was written May 25, 1900, and signed by David R. Kerr who was the president of Bellevue College.

This document is a letter of recommendation for Olive Felber from James T. Lees, the chairman of enrollment. The letter states that Olive Felber wishes to transfer from Omaha to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The letter explains her interests…

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.

Scroll from the Hartington, Nebraska High School graduation of 1900 featuring Olive Felber. This document is very fragile and difficult to unfurl. This item was contributed at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln spring 2014 History Harvest.

A melancholy letter from Kermit Fleming, stationed in Italy in 1945 to his sister, Kathleen Fleming. Kermit claims "the war is over." He describes staying in a barren hotel with only cots and some electric lights. Throughout the letter, he expresses…

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 second grade in Cedar County for the period of one year. This was awarded to her on November 15, 1902. Miss…

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…

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.

Suzette LaFlesche, also known as Princess "Bright Eyes" was the daughter of "Iron Eye" LaFlesche, chief of the Omaha Native American tribe. One of the first women to attend the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, she died 7 June 1903.
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