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Along with the thousands of African American migrants to the urban North during the mid-twentieth century came growing political power. Increasingly, black voters in the North could provide a meaningful margin in local, state and even national…

These clippings discuss the significance the Blue Mills Co. and water power in Nebraska history.

These framed photographs. newspaper advertisement, and business cards are from a Kearney area General Motors dealership started by George Sobotka {George's Super Surv later to be named George Motor Co.]. The final photo contains all the salesmen…

This is a collection of Kearney Hub newspapers from the mid-twentieth century. The Kearney Hub as provided Kearney, Nebraska with news since the 1880s.

A collection of photographs, a business card, a promotional pen, and other documents that pertain to the Kearney, Nebraska Masons and downtown Kearney.

Group of letters and newspaper clippings from the Kearney Hub newspaper. This collection was contributed at the University of Kearney spring 2014 History Harvest.

A copy of an original newspaper article covering the sinking of the SS Danmark. On April 5, 1889, heavy winds and high seas caused the ship to begin sinking on its voyage from Copenhagen to New York with 665 passengers, most of whom were women who…

This image is of Raymond Miller, winner of the Omaha Star's bicycle contest in 1950. The contest was for newspaper boys, and Miller won by selling the most newspapers. The Schwinn bicycle was presented by editor Mildred Brown. For interviews and…
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