YMCA News Clippings Scrapbook 1942-1943

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Abstract/Description: This scrapbook was created in 1942 ~ 1943 by the YMCA of Greater Omaha. The majority of this scrapbook consists of newspaper clippings. Titles of those materials include: 'Y Greets New Secretary; Offers War Training Help', regarding the new general secretary, William H. 'Bill' Mead; '[Fred P.] Vieth Starts Y Job Here'; 'Three Dances This Week on the USO Program'; 'Omaha Extend Hospitality to Solders'; 'War Service YMCA Topics, Camp Brewster Meet Attracts 50'; 'Clubwomen to Hear WAAC Chief at Army Conference'; 'Once Baggy-Kneed, [Walter] Cassel Now Opera Star'; 'Blind Man Teaches Radio Repairing in Dark', regarding the blind man, LaVan Peterson; 'The Omaha Y Is 75 Years Old These Pictures Recall the Song 'I Sit All Day at the Y.M.C.A'.for I'm Afraid to Go Home in the Da-a-a-ark!''; 'Ira Lines Dead; Once of Omaha Y'; '[Carter] Tucker Wars on Unfitness, Kansas Cityan Opens Y.M.C.A. Drive'; 'Mrs. [Ida M.] Wharton's Heirs Pay $5,754 in Inheritance Taxes'; 'Lloyd Erion Kills Himself'; 'Erudite City Legal Light Is Taken for Ride by Fred Kavan'; 'V. C. Hascall Legion Head'; '6 U. S. Japanese Boys Learn Trades, Help to Fight Axis'; 'Dundee Forum's Season to Close On Tuesday Eve', the forum speaker, Wilbert B. Smith; 'Lost: A Soldier's Wife', regarding the soldier looking for his wife, Donald Reynartson.
Subject(s): Nebraska
Omaha (Neb.)
Date Issued: 1909

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