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Contents of Volume 76, 1995

Stone House Winter 1995 Vol. 76, No. 4:   $3.50 (members, $3.15)
On the Cover:
West gable wall of the Frantisek and Marie Kutis Vosika stone house, 1892, in Cheyenne County's South Divide Czech settlement. (D. Murphy, NSHS CN00-052)

Rock in the Ground, Stone in the Wall: Czech Buildings from the Ogallala Deposition
By David Murphy
Orville "Tubby" Ralston, Nebraska's War Bird
By William G. Chrystal
High Water: Flooding in the Elkhorn Basin, 1823-1940
By Todd M. Kerstetter
The Santa Claus Survey: A Pioneering Nebraska Study in Child Psychology
By Ludy T. Benjamin, Jr.

Montage Summer/Fall 1995 Vol. 76, Nos. 2&3:   $3.50 (members, $3.15)
On the Cover:
V-J Day edition, Nebraska State Journal (Lincoln), August 15, 1945 (NSHS Collections); Omaha newsboy at Sixteenth and Farnam on V-E Day, May 8, 1945; Dancing in the streets of Omaha on V-J Day (both John Savage Collection, Western Heritage Museum); Grave of army flier S/Sgt. George Wayne Saltzgaber on Guam, 1945, before his remains were returned to Minden, Nebraska, for reburial (NSHS Collections).

"Victory 95" special issue
"You Bet I Was Scared": A Doolittle Raider Remembers
By Richard O. Joyce with Samuel Van Pelt
Nebraska-Related Names of United States Navy Ships
By Frederick T. Daly
World War II Boomtown: Hastings and the Naval Ammunition Depot
By Beverly Russell
Or Go Down in Flame: A Navigator's Death Over Schweinfurt
By W. Raymond Wood
Lawrence W. Youngman: War Correspondent for the Omaha World-Herald
By Douglas R. Hartman
Overseas With the ANC: Experiences of Nebraska Nurses in World War II
By Michele L. Fagan
Karl Timmermann: From Pebble Creek to the Rhine
By Alex Meyer
Nebraska Army Air Fields, A Pictorial Review
By Robert Hurst

Bodmer Painting Spring 1995 Vol. 76, No. 1:   $3.50 (members, $3.15)
On the Cover:
Washinga Sahba's Grave on Blackbird's Hills. The scene was painted by Swiss artist Karl Bodmer (1809-93), who accompanied Prince Maximilian of Wied on his 1832-34 expedition to North America. This detail is from Vignette XII of the aquatint atlas accompanying Maximilian's  Travels in the Interior of North America (1839-41). (NSHS 699P-11)

Fort Charles or "Mr. Mackey's Trading House"
By W. Raymond Wood
The Origins of the Prince Hall Mason Grand Lodge of Nebraska
By Dennis N. Mihelich
Nebraska's Home Movies: The Nebraska Exhibit at the 1904 World's Fair
By Andrea I. Paul
The Workmen's Circle and Labor Lyceum in Omaha, 1907-1977
By Oliver B. Pollak

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