Audubon Centennial Issue

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Audubon Centennial Issue - Here /s Your Big Centennial Edition The...
Here /s Your Big Centennial Edition The News-Guide is proud to precohi lo its readers this week the Audubon County Centennial Edition. These 60 pages are the result of many w^eks of research and planning, planning, and many long hours of hard work. We sincerely hope that you will /enjoy it,. In our effbris to scan ih'e history books and the sources of information for this historical edition, we have undoubtedly undoubtedly overlooked many things. It is not possible in such an undertaking as this to be infallible. To our many readers who sent us pictures for use in this edition, we extend our thanks. We were so overwhelmed overwhelmed with pictures that we could not use nearly all of them. We are specially grateful to Attorney John Graham for his ariicles in this edition, and for his advice and suggestions. suggestions. Much credit should also go to Librarian Maxine Graham, and also io the many readers who loaned us booklets booklets and ariicles from which to draw the stories we have I'.t-ed. Sp'ecial mention goes lo Ray Rosenkild, who gave us much counsel, and for his f-ine cartoon above. To the best of our knowledge this is the largest edition of any newspaper ever published in Audubon County, bolh in loial inchss of reading matter and advertising. We are grateful io our readers and advertisers for making making it possible. —The Editor

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  1. Audubon News-Guide,
  2. 13 Sep 1951, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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  • Audubon Centennial Issue

    omahabob – 09 Apr 2013

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