National Affairs: Nebraska's 75th

Doing the thing in a big way, Nebraskans sent to President Hoover an airmail letter 3 ft. x 2 ft. inviting him to Nebraska's Diamond Jubilee celebration. The President sent regrets, but tens of thousands of other citizens from nearly every State, from Canada, from Alaska, last week journeyed to Omaha to attend Nebraska's three-day 75th birthday party.

On the first day the celebrating Nebraskans paraded. Governor Arthur J. Weaver led off. Behind him came a history: Francisco Vasquez Coronado. who in 1541, looking for El Dorado, discovered Nebraska; Indians, led by Crow...

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