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Collection Number RG4737.AU
Collection Name RG4737.AU: Lindeman, Millie
Identifier Sound recording
Size and Materials One audio reel-to-reel tape
Date or Date Span 1962
Date 1962
Level of description Fonds/Coll
Scope & Content Millie Lindeman talks about the history of Crawfor, Nebraska and Fort Robinson. She refers to the prisoner of war camp at Fort Robinson during World War II, and mentions the killing of Baptiste Garnier ("Little Bat") in Crawford in 1900. Lindeman was involved with the publishing of the Crawford Tribune with her husband, Con Lindeman, beginning in the early 1900s and recounts events relating to her publishing activities.
Creator Danker, Donald F.
Language of Material English
Access Conditions No access copy available. Consult with Archivist for access
Copyrights No use restrictions
Finding Aids None
Subjects Publishing
Military forts
World War, 1939-1945
Prisoner of war camps
People Lindeman, Millie
Lindeman, Con
Danker, Donald F.
Garnier, Baptiste ("Little Bat")
Search Terms Crawford, NE
Fort Robinson, NE
Crawford Tribune
Genre Form Oral history interview
Reference Copy No access copy available. Consult with Archivist for access