|Title||Rack, Magazine, Wooden; 2 Compartments|
|Object Name||Rack, Magazine|
Wooden magazine rack with two compartments. There is a peacock painted on the front, and it has a green handle.
|Year Range from||1930|
|Year Range to||1939|
|Material||wood, paint, varnish, metal|
|Used||USA: Nebraska (Clay), Edgar|
Wolf, Otto W.
1930s magazine rack used in the Otto and Dora Wolf home in Edgar, Nebraska.
Otto worked primarily in the newspaper printinting field, including the Madison Star and he owned the Edgar Sun from 1927 to 1952. He married Dora Mathilda Petersen in 1909, and they had two children, Arthur and Winnifred Maxine. In 1915 Otto became deputy county clerk of Madison County, and he became county clerk in 1919. Wolf was very active in the county. In 1955 Otto and Dora moved to Lincoln where he worked for the Lincoln Daily Star. See donor file for full biography.
|Credit line||W. Maxine Wolf, Lincoln (Lancaster), Nebraska|