|Name||Miller, Arthur Lewis, 1892-1969|
|Places of residence||
Plainview (Pierce County), Nebraska
|Father||Rene J. Miller|
|Mother||Ida Bell Miller|
Plainview High School
Loyola Medical College of Chicago
Nebraska Unicamearal 1937-1941
|Spouse||Margaret Jo Kipp|
|Children||Dr. Richard K. Miller|
The bulk of this collection consists of the correspondence relating to the Lincoln Aeronautical Institute from 1938 until its liquidation in 1945. This correspondence reveals the efforts of E.J. Sias, president, to establish a training program for discharged veterans. Correspondents include: J.S Hoffsinger, 1943-1945; E.H. Reitzke, 1944-1945; Karl Stefan, 1944; A.L. Miller, 1944; G.W. Rosenlof, 1944; C.S. Boucher, 1944; William R. Enyart, 1940; C.N. Suffill, 1943; and Max Kier, 1944. Additional correspondence relates to an effort to establish a feeder system of air transportation throughout the state of Nebraska, along with speeches and advertisement material on the value of air transpor
Brochure for A.L. Miller for the House of Representatives. The front of the brochure features a blackboard with the words "Simple Arithmetic, Communists in high places + Bungling Leadership = War in Korea" in white letters on blue. A hand with a short baton points to the words. Light blue lines run diagonally behind the images and the outlines of stars, one above and one below the images are present. The interior outlines broad policy positions and a letter from the candidate to voters. All images and printing is done in blue.
Quad-fold brochure supporting A. L. Miller for Congress. The front is formatted like an envelope with "Re-elect, A. L. Miller to Congress," where the return address is normally placed. Below this is a map of Nebraska with the Fourth District solid brown and the rest of the state covered in vertical brown lines. Below this are the words, "Vote for a Record - Not a Promise." The brochure is printed in brown ink on white paper. The brochure touts Miller's Republican record. Miller was a member of the House of Representatives from 1943 to 1959.