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Name Physicians -- Nebraska

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Image of RG0784.AM - RG0784 Breuer, Miles John, 1889-1945

RG0784.AM - RG0784 Breuer, Miles John, 1889-1945

The collection consists of several maps collected or used by Miles John Breuer during his service in the Medical Corps during World War I. Items include a map of western Europe; a map of Toul, France, 2nd Army, 28th Engineers, 1918; and three maps of Hospital Center at Allerey, France, principally section #10.

Image of RG0864.AM - RG0864 Cameron, Allan John, 1875-1938

RG0864.AM - RG0864 Cameron, Allan John, 1875-1938

This collection contains materials that relate to Allan John Cameron and his service as a captain in the Army Medical Corps, Company 35, Fort Riley, Kansas, in World War I. Papers relating to his work and personal life in Herman, Nebraska, are also included. Among the personal papers are an inventory showing drugs held by Dr. Cameron in 1915; military life insurance documents; stock certificates and information on the Hupp Automatic Mail Exchange Company, 1914, and Nebraska Clay Products Company; and a benefit certificate of the Supreme Lodge of the Fraternal Union of America.

Image of RG2642.AM - RG2642 Abbott, Luther Jewett, 1831-1900

RG2642.AM - RG2642 Abbott, Luther Jewett, 1831-1900

This collection of the papers of Dr. Luther Jewett Abbott, contained in one box, is arranged in five series: 1) Correspondence, 1861-1895; 2) Legislative Papers, 1867; 3) Clippings, 1867-1896; 4) Miscellany, 1850-1889; and 5) Abbott Family Material, 1890-1940. The collection includes a file of correspondence containing letters from Dr. Abbott's parents as well as one letter from Robert W. Furnas, October 23, 1870. In Series 2 are petitions sent by citizens of Washington County, Nebraska, to the Territorial Legislature in 1867 regarding a proposal by Dodge County to annex the western portion of Washington County. There are also sets of speeches made by Abbott as a State Legislator in 1867.