YMCA News Clippings Scrapbook 1944-1945

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Abstract/Description: This scrapbook was created in 1944 ~ 1945 by the YMCA of Greater Omaha. The majority of this scrapbook consists of newspaper clippings dated November 11th, 1944 through September 5th, 1945. Titles of those materials include: '[Angus H.] McAdory Promoted to Sergeant Major'; 'Youth, Inc. Will Be Launched Next Week As Outpost of YMCA'; 'Red Fox Club Founded by Y See FBI Office'; 'First Japanese ' U.S. Woman From Omaha Area Is Sworn Into WAC'; 'Farewell Tea IS Given at Canteen for Mrs. [Frederick E.] Uhl'; 'Shino-Japanese Peace in Omaha'; 'Post to Mrs. Danielson'; 'Opening Gloves Crowd of 5,040 Sets Records; Varsos, Shearron Feature; 19 Bouts Tonight'; 'Tokio Raiders Visit Canteen'; 'Dopey Says 'Join the Red Cross,' as Artist Ends Character's Silence at School Rally'; 'Death Comes to W[illiam]. E. Reed'; '100th Birthday and 4th War'; 'The YMCA is 100 Years'; 'Verne Vance Captures City Title for Air Program with Quiz Kids'; Now It's 'Coach' [Floyd L.] Paynter to Yank Pals'; 'The Y Goes to War'; 'Full-Blooded Indian from Canada Is Speaker on YMCA Programs Here'; 'Lincoln Airman Kayoes Peru Rival in 28 Seconds'; 'Dr. E. S. Jones to Talk Here'; 'Cal Hubbard Leaves Tech'; 'Omaha Holds First Recreation Clinic.' The scrapbook also includes The Polish YMCA Bulletin, No.6, 1945.
Subject(s): Nebraska
Omaha (Neb.)
Date Issued: 1944

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