YMCA News Clippings Scrapbook 1942-1946

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Abstract/Description: This scrapbook was created in 1942~1946 by the YMCA of Greater Omaha. The scrapbook consists of news clippings. The cover of the scrapbook reads '1945-1946', but the news clippings from 1942 are also included. Titles of those materials include: 'Boy's Boss, Harold Buxton''; 'Lester Hoffman is Chess Champion'; 'Roman Roh Hits 23 Points'; 'Twice Gold Glove Runner-up, Wells Hopes 3d Time Charm'; 'Japs Permit Y.M.C.A. Work Among Captives'; 'War Prisoners Will Receive Y.M.C.A. Aid'; 'First Red Cross Canteen to Open Tomorrow'; 'Women and War Work'; 'Frank D. Field Retires from Firm'; 'Omaha Frosh Class B Kings, George Boydens Cop A.A.U. Honors'; 'Mrs. Conany is Chairman for Canteen'; 'Big Ed's Gain Junior Title'; 'Bob Piece Joins YMCA Staff Here'; '$237,000 in Bequests Left by Mrs. Ida M. Wharton'; 'J.H. Wolsey Here: New YMCA Aid'; 'Mrs. Claude Varner is 'Home Hospitality' Sponsor'; 'Vieth Starts 'Y' Job Here'; 'Wallace's Scrap Contribution Recalls Famous Track Meets Held in This Area'; 'John Trenerry Traveler, Dies'; 'Jerry Lathrop, Patty Read Win Hobby Show Laurels.'
Subject(s): Nebraska
Omaha (Neb.)
Date Issued: 1942

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