Omaha Folklore Project: Interview with Willard Kentner

The oral history interview of Willard Kentner conducted by UNO student William H. Turner, Jr. on October 26, 1978 is about his life in Bellevue, Nebraska. Kentner lived in Bellevue from 1913 to 1943. Kentner shared what the town looked like back then, Bellevue businesses, and what it was like to grow up in Bellevue in general. Kentner came from a farming family and was a farmer himself, so he told several stories involving the farm. There were also a few natural disasters in his time in Bellevue, including the flood of 1932 and tornadoes., UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections, 00:42:07
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Abstract/Description: The oral history interview of Willard Kentner conducted by UNO student William H. Turner, Jr. on October 26, 1978 is about his life in Bellevue, Nebraska. Kentner lived in Bellevue from 1913 to 1943. Kentner shared what the town looked like back then, Bellevue businesses, and what it was like to grow up in Bellevue in general. Kentner came from a farming family and was a farmer himself, so he told several stories involving the farm. There were also a few natural disasters in his time in Bellevue, including the flood of 1932 and tornadoes.
Subject(s): Bellevue (Neb.)
History
Audiocassettes
Oral Histories (document genres)
Date Created: 1978-10-26

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