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Merrick Co. Newspapers - NSHS Holdings
Central City
Lone Tree
Chapman
Clarks
Palmer
Silver Creek
   
film      CHAPMAN (MERRICK COUNTY) NEBRASKA
071
P54a      The Phillips Advertiser. Phillips, Nebr.
   
          Bi-Monthly. Publishing very irregular.
   
          Shelved under    071
                           P54a
   
          See film record book for detailed dates.
   
          Carries news for Doniphan, Phillips, Marquette, and Chapman.

filmS       CLARKS, MERRICK COUNTY, NEBRASKA 
071
C358g     The Chapman Gazette. Chapman, NE      Est.      1927 -     //
   
            Weekly. 
   
            PUBLISHED AT CLARKS FOR CHAPMAN 
   
            NSHS HAS ON MICROFILM: 1 film strip spliced on Roll #2 filmstrips. Item #8 
   
films       Oct.21, 1927 (v.l,#17) 
071
c358g

Clarks Enterprise
Clarks Messenger
Clarks News
Silver Creek Sand
Twin City Post
film        CLARKS, MERRICK COUNTY, NEBRASKA 
071
C56e        The Clarks Enterprise. Clarks, NE     Est. July   , 1891 - Apr.29, 1949// 
   
            Weekly. 
   
            TITLE CHANCES: 
               The Clarks Leader, July   , 1891 - Dec.31; 1897. 
               The Clarks Enterprise, Jan.7, 1898 - Aug.11, 1899. 
               The Enterprise, Aug.18, 1899 - Aug.25, 1899. 
               The Clarks Enterprise, Sept.1, 1899 - Apr.29, 1949. 
            Absorbed by Central City Nonpareil, May 5, 1949. 
   
            Suppls: The Viking, Sept.13, 1929 (v1,#1) - May 23, 1930 (v.1,#35)(sic) 
                    Sentinel, Sept.12, 1930 (v.1,#1) - May 19, 1933 (v.3,#32) 
                    The Skralc, Oct.27, 1933 (v.4,#1) - May 25, 1934 (v.6,#31) 
   
            EDITORS & PUBLISHERS: 
                 H. Walrath (ed.),     - Nov.25, 1892. 
                 Walrath & Son (props.), 
                 William M. Hutt, (ed. & prop.), Oct.9, 1896 - Sept.9, 1897. 
                 George W. Cornell(ed.), Sept.16, 1897 - May 27, 1898. 
                 Jon. C. Martin, (ed.), Jan.27, 1899 - June 2, 1898 [sic]. 
                 Jon.T. McLean, (pub.), June 23, 1899 - Mar.29, 1901. 
                 Wm. F. Morris, (pub.), Apr.5, 1901 - Jan.16, 1903. 
                 A.B. Rutledge, (pub.), June 26, 1914 - Sept.25, 1914. 
                 A.B. Rutledge & Son, (pubs.), Oct.2, 1914 - May 28, 1915. 
                 John I. Long, (own. & ed.), June 4, 1915 - Aug.1, 1919. 
                 G.L. Jordan, (pub.& prop.), Aug.8, 1919 - July 21, 1933. 
                 Beardsley, George, (ed.), 
                 Mrs. Fern A. Beardsley, (ed. & pub.), July 28, 1933 - Oct.4, 1946. 
                 A.C. Leonard, 
                 Marie Carlson, (ed. & pub.), Oct.11, 1946 - Feb.11, 1949. 
                 M.C. Leonard, (ed. & pub.), Feb.18, 1949 - Apr.29, 1949. 
   
            REFERENCES: 
                 Nebraska State Gazetteer, 1893 (The Clarks Leader), 1894-95) 
                 Rowell, George P., and Company. Rowell's American 
            Newspaper and Periodicals Directory, 1893. 
                 Ayer, N.W. & Son. N.W. Ayer & Son's Directory of News- 
            papers and Periodicals, 1895. 
                 Cornell, Geo. W. Salutatory. (The Clarks Leader, Sept.16, 
            1897, 1:2). 
                 McLean, John T. To our readers. (The Clarks Enterprise, 
            Apr.5, 1901, 1:3). 
                 Morris, W.F. Becomes editor of The Clarks Enterprise. 
            (The Clarks Enterprise, Apr.5, 1901, 1:3). 
                 A.B. Rutledge & Son. Waledictory [sic]. (The Clarks Enterprise, 
            Aug.1, 1919, 1:3). 
                 Beardsley, George & Beardsley (Mrs.) Fern A. To the 
            people of this community. (The Clarks Enterprise, July 28, 
            1933, 1:3). 
                 Jordan, G.L. Clarks Enterprise changes ownership. (The 
            Clarks Enterprise, July 21, 1933, 1:3). 

film        CLARKS, MERRICK COUNTY, NEBRASKA 
071
C56e        The Clarks Enterprise. Clarks, NE (cont.) 
   
            Beardsley, George & Beardsley, Fern A. Clarks Enterprise 
            changes hands. (The Clarks Enterprise, Oct.4, 1946, 1:1). 
                 Leonard, A.C. & Carlson, Marie...our deepest appreciation 
            and thanks. (The Clarks Enterprise, Oct.11, 1946, 1:2-3). 
                 Leonard, A.C. & Carlson, Marie. We thank you. (The 
            Clarks Enterprise, Apr.29, 1949, 1:3-4). 
                 Enterprise sells to Central City Nonpareil ... 57 year 
            old Clarks weekly. (The Clarks Enterprise, Apr.29, 1949, 1:6). 

film        CLARKS, MERRICK COUNTY, NEBRASKA                    sheet 2 
071
C56e        The Clarks Enterprise. (cont.) 
   
NSHS HAS ON MICROFILM:
   
Reel 1      Nov.25, 1892 (v.2,#22) 
357         Oct.9, 1896 (v.6,#15) - Oct.23, 1896 (v.6,#17) 
Exposures   Nov.20, 1896 (v.6,#21) - Feb.12, 1897 (v.6,#13) 
#9753       Feb.26, 1897 (v.6,#33) - Mar.5, 1897 (v.6,#34) 
            Mar.26, 1897 (v.6,#37) - May 7, 1897 (v.5,#43) 
            May 21, 1897 (v.6,#45) - June 11, 1897 (v.6,#48) 
            June 25, 1897 (v.6,#50) - Aug.26, 1897 (v.7,#7) 
            Sept.9, 1897 (v.7,#9) - Oct.21, 1897 (v.7,#15) 
            Nov.5, 1897 (v.7,#17) - Dec.3, 1897 (v.7,#21) 
            Dec.17, 1897 (v.7,#23) 
            Dec.31, 1897 (v.7,#25) - Feb.11, 1898 (v.7,#31) 
            Feb.25, 1898 (v.7,#33) - Apr.15, 1898 (v.7,#40) 
            Apr.29, l898 (v.7,#42) - May 27, 1898 (v.7,#46) 
            Jan.27, 1899 (v.8,#29) - Feb.3, 1899 (v.8,#30) 
            Mar.24, 1899 (v.8,#37) - May 12, 1899 (v.8,#44) 
            May 26, 1899 (v.8,#44)(sic) - June 2, 1899 (v.8,#44) 
            June 30, 1899 (v.8,#50) - Sept.29, 1899 (v.9,#11) 
            Oct.20, 1899 (v.9,#14) - Mar.9, 1900 (v.9,#34) 
            Mar.23, 1900 (v.9,#36) 
            Apr.20, 1900 (v.9,#40) 
            May 4, 1900 (v.9,#42) - June 22, 1900 (v.9,#49) 
            July 6, 1900 (v.9,#51) - Aug,10, 1900 (v.10#4) 
            Aug. 24, 1900 (v.10#5) 
            Sept.7, 1900 (v.10,#8) - June 14, 1901 (v.10,#48) 
   
Reel 2      June 21, 1901 (v10,#49) - Apr.25, 1902 (v.11,#41) 
718         May 16, 1902 (v11,#44) - Oct.31, 1902 (v.12,#16) 
Exposures   Nov.14, 1902 (v.12,#18) - Dec.12, 1902 (v.12,#22) 
#9754       Jan.2, 1903 (v.12,#25) - Jan.16, 1903 (v.12,#27) 
            June 26, 1914 (v.22,#48) - Mar.10, 1916 (v.24,#32) 
   
Reel 3      Mar. 17, 1916 (v.24,#33) - Nov.23, 1917 (v.26,#17) 
695
Exposures
#9755
   
Reel 4      Nov.30, 19l7 (v.26,#18) - Sept.6, 1918 (v.27,#6) 
692         Jan.3, 1919 (v.27,#23) - Aug.13, 1920 (v.29,#3) 
Exposures
#9756
   
Reel 5      Aug.20, 1920 (v.29,#4) - Oct.26, 1923 (v.32,#14) 
684
Exposures
            NOTE: Issues located after initial filming. Found on Filmstrips #34 
      
filmS       Jan.11, 1907 (v.15,#26) 
            Feb.5, 1909 (v.17,#30) 

film        CLARKS, MERRICK COUNTY, NEBRASKA 
071
C56e        The Clarks Enterprise. (cont.) 
   
Reel 6      Nov.2, 1923 (v.32,#15) - Sept.17, 1926 (v.35,#9) 
656
Exposures
#9758
   
Reel 7      Sept.24, 1926 (v.35,#10) - Jan.24, 1930 (v.38,#28) 
669         Febr.7, 1930 (v.38,#30) - July 31, 1931 (v.40,#8) 
Exposures
#9759
   
Reel 8      Aug.7, 1931 (v.40,#4) - Nov.27, 1931 (v.40,#20) 
663         Dec.11, 1931 (v.40,#22) - June 24, 1932 (v.40,#50) 
Exposures   July 8, 1932 (v.40,#52) - Apr.23, 1937 (v.45,#42) 
#9760
   
Reel 9      Apr.30, 1937 (v.45,#43) - May 31, 1940 (v.48,#51) 
675
Exposures
#9761
   
Reel 10     June 7, 1940 (v.48,#52) - July 9, 1943 (v.52,#5) 
662
Exposures
#9762
   
Reel 11     July 16, 1943 (v.52,#6) - Mar.23, 1945 (v.53,#42) 
672         Apr.6, 1945 (v.53,#44) - Aug.16, 1946 (v.55,#11) 
#9763
   
Reel 12     Aug.23, 1946 (v.55,#12) - Apr.29, 1949 (v.57,#48) 

films       CLARKS, (CLARKSVILLE) MERRICK COUNTY, NEBRASKA 
071
C56m        Clarks Messenger. Clarks, NE Est. May 4, 1878 - Aug.21, 1890// 
   
            Weekly. 
   
            TITLE CHANGES: 
               Clarksville Messenger, May 4, 1878 - 
               Revised Messenger, Apr.8, 1882 - 
               Clarks Weekly Messenger, 
               Clarks Messenger, 
   
            EDITORS & PUBLISHERS: 
                 Jas. G. Kreider, (prop.), 
                 John C. Hartwell, (ed. & pub.), 
                 Jas. W. Steever, (prop.), 
                 Ira Prouty, (prop.), 
   
            REFERENCES: 
                 Clarks sometimes called Clarksville - Nebraska Gazetteer, 
            1884. 
                 Nebraska State Gazetteer, 1879 (Clarksville Messenger)
            1886-87, (Clarks Weekly Messenger), 1888-89 (The Messenger. 
                 Rowell, George P., and Company. Rowell's American 
            newspaper and periodicals directory, 1885 (Messenger est. 1882), 
            1886, 1889. 
   
NSHS HAS ON MICROFILM: 1 film strip located on Filmstrip Reel #16. Item #1
   
filmS       Feb.8, 1879 (v.1,#41) 
            Feb.22, 1879 (v.1,#43) 
            Mar.8, 1879 (v.1,#45) 
            Jan.12, 1884 (v._, #_) (no title page) 
            June 18, 1889 (v.8,#11) 
            July 12, 1889 (v.8,#13) 
            July 26, 1889 (v.8,#14) - Aug.2, 1889 (v.8,#14)(sic) 
            Aug.16, 1889 (v.8,#19) - Aug.23, 1889 (v.8,#20) 
            Sept.6, 1889 (v.8,#22) 

film        CLARKS, MERRICK COUNTY, NEBRASKA 
071
C56n        Clarks News. Clarks, Nebraska.   Est. Sept.7, 1950 - Dec.31, 1964// 
   
            Weekly. 
   
            TITLE CHANGES: 
                 The Clarks News,     - Apr.2, 1964. 
                 Clarks News, Apr.9, 1964 - Dec.31, 1964. 
   
            Printed in the office of the Silver Creek Sand, Sept.7, 1950- 
            Sept. 21, 1950. 
   
            EDITORS & PUBLISHERS: 
                 John B. Carter, (ed. & pub.), Sept.7, 1950.- Dec.27, 1951. 
                 John B. Carter, (ed.), Jan.3, 1952 - 
                 Myrtle E. Carter; (ed. & pub.),   , 1956 - Apr.2, 1964. 
                 John B. Carter, (ed. & pub.),     , 1956 - Apr.2, 1964. 
                 Dick Howe & Kathy Howe, (pubs.), Apr.9, 1964 - Dec.31, 1964. 
                 Mrs. Jeanette Kohlhof, (ed.), Apr.9, 1964 - Dec.31, 1964. 
   
            REFERENCES : 
                 Carter, John B. Introducing The Clarks News. (The Clarks 
            News, Sept.7, 1950, 1:2-5). 
                 Nebraska Blue Book, 1952, 1954 
                 We have sold out. The Clarks News and Silver Creek Sand 
            have been sold to the Record Publishing Co. of Osceoa, 
            Nebraska. (The Clarks News, Apr.2, 1964, 1:3-4). 
                 Osceola Record is taking over publication of The Silver 
            Creek Sand and The Clarks News - Dick Howe. (Clarks News, Apr. 9, 
            1964, 1:1-3) 
                 Howe Now. This is the final issue of both the Clarks News 
            and Silver Creek Sand. All subscribers will receive The Osceola 
            Record. (Clarks News, Dec.31, 1964, 1:1). 
                 Clarks News sold, (Nebraska Newspaper,: May 1964, 11:2) 
                 Clarks News suspends. (Nebraska Newspaper, Feb., 1965, 12:2). 
   
            NSHS HAS ON MICROFILM 
   
Reel 1      Sept.7, 1950 (v.1,#1) - June 11, 1953 (v.3,#41) 
527         June 25, 1953 (v.3,#43) - July 30, 1953 (v.3,#48) 
Exposures   Aug.13, 1953 (v.3,#50) - Dec.31, 1953 (v.4,#18) 
#9765
   
Reel 2      Jan.7, 1954 (v.4,#19) - Mar.29, 1956 (v.6,#31) 
345         Apr.12, 1956 (v.6,#33) 
Exposures   Apr.26, 1956 (v.6,#35) - July 12, 1956 (v.6,#46) 
#9766       Aug.9, 1956 (v.6,#49) 
            Aug.23, 1956 (v.6,#52) - Sept.6, 1956 (v.7,#1) 

film        CLARKS, MERRICK COUNTY, NEBRASKA 
071
C56n        Clarks News. (cont.) 
   
Reel 2      Oct.4, 1956 (v.7,#5). 
(cont.)     Oct.18, 1956 (v.7,#7) - Oct.25, 1956(v.7,#8) 
            Nov.8, 1956 (v.7,#1O) - Nov.15, 1956 (v.7,#11) 
            Nov.29, 1956 (v.7,#13) - Dec.6, 1956 (v.7,#14) 
            Jan.10, 1957 (v7,#18) 
            Jan.31, 1957 (v.7,#21) 
            Mar.21, 1957 (v.7,#28) - July 11, 1957(v.7,#44) 
   
Reel 3      July 18, 1957 (v.7,#45) - Mar.7, 1963 (v.13,#26) 
625               NOTE: 
Exposures           July 30, 1959 issue is misdated to Aug.30, 1959. 
#17,006             It is filmed out of order, following the Aug.6, 1959 issue. 
   
Reel 4      Mar.14, 1963 (v.13,#28) - Sept.1O, 1964 (v.15,#3) 
198         Sept.24, 1964 (v.15,#5) - Dec.31, 1964 (v.16,#19) 
Exposures        NOTE: 
#17,007             "The" dropped from title Apr.9, 1964. 
                 Paper suspends Dec.31, 1964. 

film        CLARKS, MERRICK COUNTY, NEBRASKA 
071
Si3s        Silver Creek Sand. Silver Creek/Clarks, NE 
                                                    Est. Oct.3,1903 - Dec.31,1964// 
            Weekly. 
   
            Published at Silver-Creek, removed to Clarks, Nebraska 
   
            Shelved under Silver Creek, 071 - Si3s 
   
            See Silver Creek for detailed film record. 

film        CLARKS (MERRICK COUNTY) NEBRASKA 
071
P18P        The Twin City Post. (Serving the Clarks & Silver Creek Communities) 
                                                           Est. March 2, 1972 - 
   
            Weekly. 
   
            Shelved under Palmer (Merrick County) 
                           071 
                           P18p 
   
            See film record book for details. 

Palmer Express
Palmer Journal
Twin City Post
Palmer Record

film        PALMER (MERRICK COUNTY) 
071
P18e        The Palmer Express, Palmer, Nebr. Est. Dec.15, 1899 - 
   
            Weekly. 
   
            EDITORS & PUBLISHERS: 
                 J.C.L. Wisely(pub.), Dec.15,1899 - 
   
            REFERENCES: 
                 The Palmer Express. With this issue a new craft....(In The 
            Palmer Express, Dec.15,1899, pg.4:1). 
   
   
            N.S.H.S. HAS ON MICROFILM: 
   
Reel 1      Dec.15, 1899 (v.1,#1) - Feb.23, 1900 (v.1,#11) 
91 shots
& pges.
(#8498)
   
DISPOSITION OF ORIGINAL FILES:  Dec. 15, 1899 (v.1,#1) - Feb.23, 1900 (v.1,#11)
                                  transferred to permanent collection N.S.H.S.
 2/26/71 
            Palmer Express, 1899-1900, 1 volume sent to:   Richard D. Woods 
                                                           Palmer Journal 
                                                           Palmer, NE      4/13/73 

film        PALMER (MERRICK COUNTY) NEBRASKA 
071
P18j        The Palmer Journal. Palmer, Nebraska. Est. June 29, 1911 -
   
            Weekly. 
   
            EDITORS & PUBLISHERS: 
                 Ralph E. DeWolfe (pub.), June 29, 1911 - March 1913. 
                 Perry Gage (pub.), March 1913 - Feb. 1, 1934, 
                 Miner Harris (owner & pub.), Feb. 8, 1934 - Jan, 13, 1955. 
                 H. Warren Rice (ed. & pub.), Jan. 20, 1955 - June 4, 1964. 
                 Aimee Carlson (news ed.), Sept. 1, 1955 - Nov. 3, 1955. 
                 Richard D. Woods (pub.), June 11, 1964 - June 25, 1981. 
                 Shirley M. Woods (pub.), Jan. 6, 1972 -   "    "    " 
                 Dale D. Kirkpatrick (pub.), July 2, 1981 - 
                 Kyle J. Kirkpatrick (pub.),   "  "    " 
   
   
            REFERENCES: 
                 Palmer Journal Sold: No doubt it will be a surprise .... Sincerely, 
            Mr. and Mrs. Perry Cage. (In The Palmer Journal, Feb.1, 1934, pg. 1:31, 
                 What other Editors Say-Concerning the sale-of this paper.....(In The 
            Palmer Journal, Feb. 8, 1934, pg. 1:4). 
                 The New Editor Makes His Bow. The New Editor.....(In The Palmer Journal, 
            Feb. 8, 1934, pg. 4:1). 
                 Palmer Journal to Change Hands--An agreement has been reached .... M.E.H. 
            (In The Palmer Journal, Jan. 13, 1955, pg. 1:4). 
                 The Journal under New Management - As was forecast in last week's issue... 
            .... (In The Palmer Journal, Jan. 20, 1955, pg. 1:6). 
                 Richard Woods Buy's Palmer Journal - The Palmer Journal has a new boss .... 
            .... M.E.H. (In The Palmer Journal, June 11, 1964, pg. 1:2 & 3). 
                 "Newspapers Published in Palmer", Merrick County's 100th year, 1858- 1958. 
            pg. 34. 
                 New Owners of "The Palmer Journal" and "Twin City Post". (In The Palmer 
            Journal, July 2, 1981, pg. 1:1-2). 

film        PALMER (MERRICK COUNTY) NEBRASKA          sheet 2 
071
P18j        The Palmer Journal. (cont.)
   
N.S.H.S. HAS ON MICROFILM:
   
Reel 1      June 4, 1914 (v.3,#49) - July 1, 1915 (v.4,#50) 
730 shots   July 15, 1915 (v.4,#52) - Feb. 10, 1916 (v.5,#27) 
& pgs.           MUTILATIONS: 
(#8441)             Jan. 6, 1916 (v.5,#22) 
   
Reel 2      Feb. 17, 1916 (v.5,#28) - Sept. 21, 1916 (v.6,#11) 
728 shots   Oct. 5, 1916 (v.6,#13) - Oct. 25, 1917 (v.7,#25) 
& pgs.
(#8442)
   
Reel 3      Nov. 1, 1917 (v.7,#26) - June 19, 1919 (v.8,#26) 
721 shots        MUTILATIONS: 
& pgs.              Nov. 14, 1918 (v.8,#9) 
(#8443)             June 5, 1919 (v.8,#25) 
   
Reel 4      June 26, 1919 (v.8,#27) - Jan. 1, 1920(v.9,#3) 
710 Shots   Feb 5, 1920 (v.9,#8) - Feb. 9, 1920 (v.9, #10) 
& pgs.      Mar. 4, 1920 (v.9,#12) - Aug. 19, 1920 (v.9,#32) 
(#8444)     Sept. 2, 1920 (v.9,#34) - Dec. 23, 1920 (v.9,#51) 
            Jan. 6, 1921 (v.10,#1) - Feb. 24, 1921 (v.10,#8) 
   
Reel 5      March 3, 1921 (v.10,#9) - June 8, 1922 (v.11,#21) 
727 shots   June 22, 1922 (v.11,#)sic. - Nov. 9, 1922 (v.11,#301) 
& pgs.
(#8445)
   
Reel 6      Nov. 16, 1922 (v.ll,#40) - March 29, 1923 (v.12,#7) 
696 shots   Apr. 12, 1923 (V.12,#9) - Dec. 27, 1923 (v.12,#46) 
& pgs.      Jan. 10, 1924 (v.12,#48) - June 19, 1924 (v.13,#19) 
(#8446)     July 3, 1924 (v.13,#21) - July 10, 1924 (V.13,#22) 

film        PALMER (MERRICK COUNTY) NEBRASKA 
071
P18j        The Palmer Journal. (cont.)
   
Reel 7      July 17, 1924 (v.13,#23) - August 21, 1924 (v.13,#28) 
730 shots   Sept. 4, 1924 (v.13,#30) - May 13, 1926 (v.16,#6) 
& pgs.
(#8447)
   
Reel 8      May 20, 1926 (v.16,#7) - April 28, 1927 (v.17,#4) 
725 shots   May 12, 1927 (v.17,#9) 
& pgs.      May 26, 1927 (v.17,#8) - Aug. 4, 1927 (v.17,#18) 
(#8448)     Aug. 18, 1927 (v.17,#20) - Jan. 12, 1928 (v.17,#41) 
   
Reel 9      Jan. 19, 1928 (v.17,#42) - Jan. 31, 1929 (v.18,#41) 
729 shots   Feb. 14, 1929 (v.18,#45) - May 9, 1929 (v.19,#5) 
& pgs       May 23, 1929 (v.19,#7) - Aug. 1, 1929 (v.19,#17) 
(#8449)
   
Reel 10     Aug. 8, 1929 (v.18,#18) - May 29, 1930 (v.20,#7) 
729 shots   June 12, 1930 (v.20,#9) - Apr. 2, 1931 (v.20,#51) 
& pgs.
(#8450)
   
Reel 11     April 9, 1931 (v.20,#52) - Dec. 15, 1932 (v.22,#34) 
729 shots
& pgs.
(#8451)
   
Reel 12     Dec. 22, 1932 (v.22,#35) - Febr. 28, 1935 (v.25,#9) 
727 shots
& pgs.
(#8452)
   
Reel 13     March 7, 1935 (v. 25, #10) - April 21, 1938 (v.28,#16) 
721 Shots        NOTE: 
& pgs.              Nov. 18, & 25, 1937 include 50 year history plans. 
(#8453) 

film        PALMER (MERRICK COUNTY) NEBRASKA                       sheet 3 
071
P18j        The Palmer Journal. (cont.)
   
Reel 14     April 28, 1938 (v.28,#17) - July 24, 1941 (v.31,#30) 
719 shots        NOTE: 
& pgs.              The pages are misnumbered throughout the year, 1941. 
(#8454)
   
Reel 15     July 31, 1941 (v.31,#3l) - Aug. 3, 1944 (v.34,#31) 
733 shots
& pgs.
(#8455)
   
Reel 16     August 10, 1944 (v.34,#32) - Sept. 18, 1947 (v.37,#38) 
733 shots        NOTE: 
& pgs.              The pages are misnumbered thru out the year of 1946. 
(#8456)
   
Reel 17     Sept. 25, 1947 (v.37,#39) - Oct. 19, 1950 (v.40,#42) 
730 shots
& pgs.
   
Reel 18     October 26, 1950 (v.40,#43) - November  19, 1953 (v.43,#47) 
720 shots
& pgs.
(#8458)
   
Reel 19     Nov. 26, 1953 (v.43,#48) - Dec. 20, 1956 (v.46,#51) 
700 shots
& pgs.
(#8459)
   
Reel 20     Dec. 27, 1956 (v.46,#52) - Oct. 22, 1959 (v.49,#43) 
665 shots
& 1136 pgs.
(#8460) 

film        PALMER (MERRICK COUNTY) NEBRASKA 
071
   
P18j        The Palmer Journal. (cont.)
   
Reel 21     Oct. 29, 1959 (v.49,#44) - Nov. 15, 1962 (v.52,#46) 
667 shots
& 1234 pgs.
(#8461)
   
   
Reel 22     Nov. 22, 1962 (v.52,#47) - Oct. 14, 1965 (v.55,#41) 
662 shots
& 1324 pgs.
(#8462)
   
   
Reel 23     Oct. 21, 1965 (v.55,#42) - April 25, 1968 (v.58,#17) 
668 shots
& 1336 pgs.
(#8463)
 
Reel 24     May 2, 1968 (v.58,#18) - Dec. 25, 1969 (v.59,#52) 
650 shots
& 1300 pgs.
(#8464)
   
Reels #1-#24 positive rec'd. 6/4/71
   
   
Reel 25     January 1, 1970 (v.60,#1) - December 9, 1971 (v.61,#49) 
843 shots
1666 pgs.
(#16,344)
   
   
Reel 26     December 16, 1971 (v61,#50) - Sept. 27, 1973 (v.63,#39) 
853 shots
1706 pgs.
(#16,345)
 
Reel 27     October 4, 1973 (v.63,#40) - May 8, 1975 (v.65,#19) 
854 shots
1708 pgs.
(#16,348)
   
Reels 25 thru 27 positives rec'd. 10/5/76 

film        PALMER (MERRICK COUNTY) NEBRASKA 
071
P18j        The Palmer Journal. (cont.)
   
Reel 28     May 15, 1975 (v.65,#20) - Nov. 11, 1976 (v.66,#46)
841 shots
1682 pgs.
(#17,968)
   
Reel 29     Nov. 18, 1976 (v.66,#47) - Feb. 23, 1978 (v.68,#8) 
737 shots
1474 pgs.
(#17,969)
   
     Reels #28 & #29 positives rec'd 4/5/79.
   
Reel 30     March 2, 1978 (v.68,#9) - March 22, 1979 (v.69,#12) 
465 shots
930 pgs.
(#18,925)
   
Real 31     March 29, 1979 (v.69,#13) - August 7, 1980 (v.70,#32) 
588 shots
1176 pgs.
(#18,912)
   
     Reels #30 & #31 positives rec'd. 11/5/80
   
Reel 32     August 14, 1980 (v.70,#33) - March 18, 1982 (v.72,#11) 
689 shots
1378 pgs.   Reel #32 positive rec'd. 9/12/83 
(#20,088)
   
Reel 33     Mar. 25, 1982 (v.72,#12) - Jan. 5, 1984 (v.74,#l) 
(#2126)
Shots & pges.
not shown 

film        PALMER, MERRICK COUNTY, NEBRASKA 
071
P18j        The Palmer Journal   (cont.) 
   
Reel 34     Jan.19, 1984 (v.74,#3) - Oct.17, 1985 (v.75,#42) 
671 shots         NOTE: 
1342 pges.          Reel #33 ended with Jan.5,1984, Jan. 12, 1984 
#21,227             is not available for filming. 
                 NOTE: 
                    June 4, 1985, Title page was missed in filming, 
                       Retake spliced at End of Reel. 
   
Reel #34 positive received 11/12/85.
   
Reel 35     October 24, 1985 (v.75,#43) - July 9, 1987 (v.77,#28) 
650 shots
1300 pges.
#22,200
   
Reel #35 positive rec'd 12/9/87
   
Reel 36     July 16, 1987 (v.77,#29) - February 16, 1989 (v.79,#7) 
700 shots        NOTE: 
1400 pgs.           Sept.24, 1987 is Centennial Edition. 
#23,125             Sept.22, 1988 and Febr.9, 1989 pgs. filmed 
                       out of order. 
   
Reel #36 positive rec'd 5/11/89
   
Reel 37     Febr.23, 1989 (v.79,#8) - Nov.15, 1990 (v.80,#46) 
779 shots        NOTE: 
1558 pgs.           Febr.23, 1989, pgs. 7 & 8 filmed in reverse order. 
#24.468
   
Reel #37 positive rec'd 1/17/91
   
Reel 38     November 22, 1990 (v.80,#47) - July 9, 1992(v.82,#28) 
711
Exposures
#25,630
   
Inspec. 7/28/92 Js Positive rec'd 4/27/94
   
Reel 39     July 16, 1992 (v.82,#29) - Jan.20, 1994 (v.84,#3) 
655
Expos.
#26,241
   
Inspec. 3/25/94 Pmc Positive rec'd 4/27/94 

film        PALMER, MERRICK COUNTY, NEBRASKA                  - 5 - 
071
P181        The Palmer Journal. (cont.) 
   
Reel 40     Jan.27, 1994 (v.84,#4) - July 27, 1995 (v.85,#30) 
628 Exp.
#27,036
   
Inspec.7/15/96
   
Reel 41     Aug.3, 1995 (v. 85,#31) - March 27, 1997 (v.87,#13) 
667 Exp.         NOTE: 
#27,600             Dec.21, 1995, Section 2, pg. numbering skips  
                      from 8 to 11. 
   
Inspect. 3/16/98
   
Disposition of original files:
   
            June 4, 1914 - Dec. 25, 1969 transferred to Meade, NE   3/9/71 
            Jan. 1, 1970 - May 8, 1975 offered to Merrick Co. Hist. Soc. Refused, recycled. 
                                                                                     8/11/76 
            May 15, 1975 - Feb. 23, 1978 recycled.   2/20/79 
            Mar. 2, 1978 - Aug. 7, 1980     "     8/27/80 
            Feb. 6, 1981 - May 19, 1983     "    10/6/83 
            Mar. 25, 1982 (v.72,#12) - Jan.5, 1984 (v.74,#l) recycled. 2/l/84 

film        PALMER, MERRICK COUNTY: NEBRASKA 
071
P18p        The Twin City Post. (Serving the Clarks & Silver Creek Communities). 
                                           Est. March 2, 1972 - 
   
            Weekly. 
   
            EDITORS & PUBLISHERS: 
                 Richard D. Woods, (ed. & pub.), March 2, 1972 - 
                 Mrs. Frank Betts, Correspondent for Clarks, March 2, 1972 - 
                 Mrs. Norman Euse, Correspondent for Silver Creek, Mar.2, 1972 - 
                 Dale Kirkpatrick (owner), July 2, 1981 - Nov.20, 1986// 
   
            REFERENCES: 
                 A NEWSPAPER IS BORN 
                 You are reading the first edition of the newest publication in 
            Merrick County, The Twin City Post. A weekly News, and advertising 
            media...published at the office of The Palmer Journal 
                 New Paper Being Published at Palmer. 
                 The Twin City Post, a weekly newspaper covering Clarks, Silver 
            Creek and surrounding areas began publication on March 3 from the office 
            of the Palmer Journal...(The Nebraska Newspaper, June 1972, 20:1). 
                   ATTENTION TWIN CITY POST SUBSCRIBERS 
                 When you, the subscriber, receive the Twin City Post in your home  
            every week,...The problem is we can't keep producing The Twin City  
            Post...We have two choices (one) desolve the Twin City Post; (two)  
            make the Silver Creek and Clarks news part of The Palmer Journal...I  
            have decided to move the Silver Creek and Clarks news into The  
            Palmer Journal... (The Twin City Post, November 20, 1986, page 1). 

film        PALMER, MERRICK COUNTY, NEBRASKA            Sheet 2 
071
P18p        The Twin City Post. (Serving Clarks & Silver Creek Communities). 
   
NSHS HAS ON MICROFILM:
   
Roll 1      March 2, 1972 (v.1,#1) - March 22, 1974 (v.3,#4) 
850 shots
1700 pges.
#16,903
   
Roll 2      March 29, 1974 (v.3,#5) - April 23, 1976 (v.5,#9) 
834 shots
1668 pges.
#16,906
   
Reels #1 & 2 positives received 10/5/77
   
Roll 3      April 30, 1976 (v.5,#10) - Oct. 13, 1978 (v.7,#33) 
857 shots
1714 pges.
#18,915
   
Reel #3 positive received 11/15/80
   
Reel 4      Oct.20,1978 (v.7,#34) - Jan.30,1981 (v.9,#48) 
838 shots
1676 pges.
#19,379
   
Reel #4 positive received 9/9/81
   
Reel 5      Feb. 6,1981 (v9,#49) - May 19, 1983 (v.12,#12) 
794shots         NOTE: 
1588 pges.          Publishing day changed from Friday to Thursday 
#1847               July 2, 1981 (v.10,#18) 
   
Reel #5 positive received 1/20/84
   
Reel 6      May 26, 1933 (v. 12,#13) - Sept. 19, 1985 (v.14,#30) 
747 shots
1494 pges.
#21,218
   
Roll #6 positive received 11/1/85
   
Reel 7      Sept.26, 1985 (v.14,#31) - Nov.20, 1986 (v.15,#39) 
336 shots        NOTE: 
672 pges.           Retake spliced at beginning of reel. Menu 
#21,741             board missed during original filming. 
   
Reel #7 positive rec'd 2/17/87
   
DISPOSITION OF ORIGINAL FILES:
   
     All issues recycled after negative has been checked.

film        PALMER (MERRICK COUNTY) 
071
P18r        The Palmer Record. Palmer, Nebr. Est.     1901 - 
   
            Weekly. 
   
            EDITORS & PUBLISHERS: 
                 George B. Pickett(pub.),     1901 -
   
            REFERENCES:  
                 Nebraska State Gazetteer, 1902-03. 
   
N.S.H.S. HAS ON MICROFILM:
   
Reel 1      Apr.26,1901 (v.1,#4) - May 3, 1901 (v.1,#5) 
86 shots    May 17, 1901 (v.1,#7) - May 31, 1901 (v.1,#9) 
& pges.     June 21,1901 (v.l,#12) 
(#8499)     July 19, 1901 (v.1,#16) - July 26, 1901 (v.1,#17) 
            Aug.16, 1901 (v.1,#20) - Aug.23, 1901 (v.1,#21) 
   
Reel #1 positives rec'd 10/5/77.
   
DISPOSTION OF ORIGINAL FILM: Apr.26,1901 (v.1,#4) - Aug.23,1901 (v.l,#21)
            transferred to permanent collection. N.S.H.S.     2/26/71 
            Palmer Record, 1901, 1 volume sent to:  Richard D. Woods 
                                                    Palmer Journal 
                                                    Palmer, NE      4/15/73 

Silver Creek Oriole
Silver Creek Alliance
Silver Creek Sand
Twin City Post
Silver Creek Times
films       SILVER CREEK, MERRICK COUNTY, NEBRASKA 
071
Si3o        Silver Creek Oriole. Silver Creek, Nebr. Est. June     , 1890 -
   
            Weekly. 
   
            EDITORS & PUBLISHERS: 
                 Frank L. Lemon, (ed. & pub.),     , 1890 -
   
            REFERENCES : 
                 Nebraska State Gazetteer, 1890-91 
   
            N.S.H.S. HAS ON MICROFILM: 
   
films       July 4,1890 (v.l,#6) 
071         July 11,1890 (v.l,#7) both issues spliced on Reel #12 filmstrips. Item #5 
Si3o        Sept.26,1890 (v.1,#18) spliced on reel #3 filmstrips. Item #60 
 
DISPOSITION OF ORIGINAL FILES:
            July 4,1890; July 11, 1890 sent to Merrick County Historical Society. 3/19/79 
            Sept.26, 1890 returned to Donald Snoddy. Assistant Archivest, N.S.H.S. 
            Taken from the Charles Wooster Collection. 3/21/72 

filmS        SILVER CREEK, MERRICK COUNTY, NEBRASKA 
071
Si3a        Silver Creek Alliance. Silver Creek, Nebr. Est.     , 1890 - Nov.6,1891// 
   
            Weekly. 
   
            Suspended by selling to Silver Creek Times, Nov.6, 1891. 
   
            EDITORS & PUBLISHERS: 
                 L.S. Critchlow, (pub.), 
                 John M. Hench, (pub.), 
                 Alliance Publishing Co., (pubs.), 
   
            REFERENCES : 
   
            N.S.H.S. HAS ON MICROFILM: 1 film strip, spliced on Reel #12 filmstrips. Item #4 
   
films       Feb.20,1891 (v.l,#39) 
071         Apr.24,1891 (v.1,#48) 
Si3a        June 19,1891 (v.2,#2) 
            July 24,1981 (v.22,#6) 
            July 31,1891 (v2,#_) 
            Oct.16,1891 (v.2,#19) 
            Oct.23,1891 (v.2,#19) 
            Oct.30,1891 (v.2,#20) 
   
 
DISPOSITION OF ORIGINAL FILES: Feb.20,1891; Apr.24,1891; June 19,1891; July 24,1891;
                         July 31,1891; Oct.16,1891; Oct.23,1891; Oct 30,1891; 
                         sent to Merrick County Historical Society, 3/19/79 

film        SILVER CREEK (MERRICK COUNTY) NEBRASKA 
071
Si3s        Silver Creek Sand. Silver Creek, Nebraska. Est. Oct.3, 1903 - Dec.31, 1964 
   
            Weekly. 
   
            EDITORS & PUBLISHERS: 
            Daniel Frank Davis            1903 - 
            Dyo F. Davis              , 1917 -       1950. 
            John B.Carter (pub.),        , 1952 - Mar.31, 1974. 
            Mrs. Leslie Johnson (loc. rep.),          - May 28, 1957. 
            Mrs. John M. White (loc. Rep.), June 4, 1957 - Mar.31, 1964. 
            Dick Howe (pub.), Apr.9, 1964 - Dec.31, 1964. 
               & Kathy Howe (pub.), Apr.9, 1964 - Dec.31, 1964. 
   
            REFERENCES : 
                  New Reporter ... a change in local news reporter starting June 1..... 
            Mrs. Johnson is leaving.... secured the services of Mrs. John M. White. 
            (In Silver Creek Sand, May 29, 1957, pg. 1:3). 
                 We have Sold Out...to the Record Publishing Co. of Osceola...publish 
            two separate papers and retain their respective titles.  John Carter. 
            (In Silver Creek Sand, Mar.31, 1963, pg. 1:2, 3). 
                  Osceola Record is taking over publication.  Dick Houwe.  (In Silver  
            Creek Sand, Apr.9, 1964, pg. 1:1, 2, 3) 
                 The Silver Creek Sand - Sold.  (In Nebraska Newspaper, May 1964, 
            p. 11:2). 
                 Howe Now.  By Dick Howe.  This is the final issue of both the 
            Clarks News and Silver Creek Sand.  (In Silver Creek Sand.  Dec. 31, 1964, 
            pg. 1:1). 
                 Silver Creek Sand, suspends December 31, 1964.  (In Nebraska Newspaper, 
            Feb.  , 1965, pg. 12:2). 
                 Who's Who in Nebraska.  1940, pg. 815. 
   
   
            N. S. H. S. HAS ON MICROFILM: 
   
Reel 1      Jan.10, 1908 (v.5,#221) 
630 shots   Mar.20, 1908 (v.5,#23l) - Apr.24, 1908 (v.5,#235) 
1260 Pgs.   May 1, 1908 (v.5,#237) - 0ct.9, 1908 (v.5,#260) 
(#11,419)   Oct.23, 1908 (v.5,#262) - Feb.5, 1909 (v.6,#277) 
            Feb.17, 1909 (v.6,#279) - July 9, 1909 (v.6,#299) 
            July 23, 1909 (v.6,#30l) - Dec.16, 1910 (v.8,#374) 
                 NOTE: 
                     Nov.22, 1907 & Nov.29, 1907 issues located after original 
                     filming, spliced on Reel #12 filmstrips.  Item #6. 

film        SILVER CREEK (MERRICK COUNTY) 
071
Si3s        Silver Creek Sand. Cont'd. 
   
Reel 2      Dec.23, 1910 (v.8,#374) - June 9, 1911 (v.8,#398) 
660 shots   June 23, 1911 (v.8,#4OO) - Feb.9, 1912 (v.9,#435) 
1320 pgs.   Feb.23, 1912 (v.9,#437) - July 11, 1913 (v.10,#508) 
(#11,468)   July 25, 1913 (v.10,#510) - Feb.12, 1914 (v.11,#539) 
            Feb.26, 1914 (V.11,#541) - May 7, 1915 (v.12,#602) 
   
Reel 3      May 14, 1915 (v-12,#'603) - May 24, 1918 (v.15,#761) 
664 shots
1328 pgs.
(#11,469)
   
Reel 4      May 31, 1918 (v.15,#762) - July 15, 1921 (v.18,#925) 
668 shots
1336 pgs.
(#11,470)
   
Reel 5      July 22, 1921 (v.18,#926) - Sept.12, 1924 (v.21,#1093) 
665 shots
1330 pgs.
(#11,471)
   
Reel 6      Sept.19, 1924 (v21,#1094) - Oct 7, 1927 (v.24,#1253) 
661 shots
1322 pgs
(#11,472)
   
Reel 7      Oct.14, 1927 (v.25,#1254) - Oct.31, 1930 (v.28,#1414) 
665 shots
1330 pgs.
(#11,473)
   
Reel 8      Nov.7, 1930 (v.28,#1415) - Dec.22, 1933 (v.31,#1577) 
666 shots
1330 pgs.
(#11,474)
   
Reel 9      Dec.29, 1933 (v.31,#1578) - Feb.19, 1937 (v.34,#1742) 
670 shots
1340 pgs.
(#11,475)
   
Reel 10     Feb.26, 1937 (V.34,#1743) - Apr.12, 1940 (v.37,#1906) 
664 shots
1328 pgs.
(#11,476) 

film        SILVER CREEK (MERRICK COUNTY) NEBRASKA 
071
Si3s        Silver Creek Sand. Cont'd. 
   
Reel 11     Apr.19, 1940 (v.37,#1907) - May 28, 1943 (v.40,#2070) 
665 shots
1340 pgs.
(#11,477)
   
Reel 12     June 4, 1943 (v.40,#2071) - July 26, 1946 (v.43,#2235) 
670 shots
1340 pgs.
(#11,478)
   
Reel 13     Aug.2, 1946 (v.43,#2236) - Sept.9, 1949 (v.46,#2294) 
664 shots
1328 pgs.
(#11,479)
   
Reel 14     Sept. 16, 1949 (v.46,#2295) - June 9, 1953 (v.50,#36) 
670 shots
1340 pgs.
(#11,480)
   
Reels #1-#14 positives rec'd. 1/8/74/
   
Reel 15     June 16, 1953 (v.50,#37) - Feb.21, 1956 (v.53,#21) 
668 shots   Mar.6, 1956 (v.53,#23) - Aug.4, 1959 (v.56,#45) 
1336 pgs.        NOTE: 
(#18,093)           Publishing place changes from Silver Creek to 
                 Clarks., Nebr. 
   
Reel 16     Aug.11, 1959 (v.56,#46) - Dec.31, 1964 (v.61,#19) 
582 shots
1164 pgs.
(#18,099)
   
Reels #15 & #16 Positives received 7/3/79/
   
   
Disposition of original Files: June 16, 1953 - Dec.31, 1964 offered to Merrick County
                              Historical Society. 
                            Picked up by Ted Reeves, April 18, 1979. 

film SILVER CREEK (MERRICK COUNTY) NEBRASKA 071 P18p The Twin City Post. (Serving the Clarks & Silver Creek Connunities). Est. March 2, 1972- Weekly. shelved under Palmer (Merrick County) 071 P18P See film record book for details.


film        SILVER CREEK, MERRICK COUNTY, NEBRASKA 
071
Si3t        Silver Creek Times, Silver Creek, NE. Nov. 6, 1891 - 
   
            WEEKLY. 
   
            Not same as Silver Creek Times established Dec. 24, 1887. 
            Alliance suspended by selling to Silver Creek Times, Nov. 6, 1891 of 
               Holdings. 
   
            EDITORS & PUBLISHERS: 
                 Charles Wooster (Ed. & Pub.) Nov. 6, 1891 - Sept. 29, 1893. 
                   and Mrs. Lillie M. Wooster (Assoc. Ed.) 
                 Charles Wooster (Ed. & Prop.) Oct. 6, 1893 - Dec. 25, 1896. 
                 Edith Wooster and Pauline Wooster (Pubs.) July 16, 1897 - Sept. 28, 1900. 
                 C.A. Gerrard (Ed.) Oct. 6, 1900 - Dec. 7, 1900. 
                 W. M. Hutt (Ed.) Aug. 16, 1901 - May 23, 1902. 
                 Mrs. Frances Hutt (Ed.) July 4, 1902 - Oct. 10, 1902. 
                 A. B. Martin (Ed.) Oct. 17, 1902 - 
                 D. F. Davis (Pub. & Ed.) Dec. 7, 1900 - Aug. 2, 1901.  
   
            REFERENCES: 
                 "The paper changes hands.  For the fourth time in less than two years, 
            Silver Creek's paper again changed hands...having purchased the plant I shall 
            hereafter have the conduct and management of the paper..." (Silver Creek Times, 
            Nov. 6, 1891, p. 1:2) 
                 "Explanatory.  With the issue of the Times dated Dec. 25, 1896...I will 
            devote my time entirely to my farm...The Times, together with type, presses 
            and entire office equipment, I gave to my daughters, Misses Pauline and Edith 
            Wooster. - Charles Wooster." (Silver Creek Times, July 16, 1897, p. 1:2) 
                 "To The Public ... We shall do our best to make the Times indispensible...- 
            Edith Wooster and Pauline Wooster." (Silver Creek Times, July 16, 1897, p. 1: 
                 "Personal. The Times plant having been sold with this issue of the paper 
            my editorial work ends ... since July 16, 1897, the times has been owned and 
            controlled by my daughters Edith and Pauline. Pauline being a silent partner. 
            Edith has sole responsibility... - Charles Wooster," (Silver Creek Times, 
            Sept. 28, 1900, p. 1:2) 
                 "It's customary before entering upon the editorial control of a paper... 
            Charles A. Gerrard.: (The Silver Creek Times. Oct.6, 1900, p. 1:2). 
                 "Publisher's Announcement.I have purchased The Silver Creek Times.- 
            D. F. Davis," (The Silver Creek Times, Dec, 7, 1900, p, 1:2) 
                 "By Way of Introduction. The undersigned has purchased the Times.-
            W. M. Hutt." (Silver Creek Times, Aug. 16, 1901, p. 1:2) 
                 Nebraska State Gazetteer, 1902- 1903. 
                 Rowell, George P. and Company. Rowell's American newspaper directory, 
            1893. 
                 Pettingills Newspaper Directory, 1902. 
                 Troublous Time at Silver Creek. - Editor Wooster center of a disturbance. 
            (Central City Courier, p. 5:4) 
                 "A Change. The Times, Which has been published by Mrs. Frances Hutt, 
            for the last six months, has been sold and in taking charge of the paper 
            I wish to say to the readers...the paper will be greatly improved...-A.B. 
            Martin." (Silver Creek Times, Oct. 17, 1902, P. 1:1) 

film        SILVER CREEK, MERRICK COUNTY, NEBRASKA 
071
Si3t        Silver Creek Times, Silver Creek, NE 
   
            N.S.H.S. HAS ON MICROFILM: 
   
Reel 1      Nov. 6, 1891, (v.l,#l) - Mar. 1, 1895, (v.4, #18) 
495 Exp.         NOTE: 
#14,137               July 6, 1894, (v.3,#36), pg. 3 half of it is printed 
                          upside down. 
   
Reel 2      Mar. 8, 1895, (v.4,#19) - Dec. 25, 1896, (v.6,#9) 
680 Exp.    July 16, 1397, (v.6,#10) - Dec. 1, 1899, (v.8,#19) 
#14,138
   
Reel 3      Dec. 8, 1895, (v.8,#20) - Oct. 20, 1900, (v.9,#13) 
#14,139     Nov. 8, 1900, (v.9,#14) - Nov. 17, 1900, (v.9,#16) 
            Dec. 7, 1900, (v.9,#43) - Dec. 21, 1900, (v.9,#436) 
            Apr. 19, 1901, (v.9, #453 sic) - Apr. 26, 1901, (v.9,#454) 
            May 10, 1901, (v.9,#456) - July 5, 1901, (v.9,#464) 
            July 19, 1901, (v.9,#466) - Aug. 2, 1901, (v.9,#468). 
            Aug. 16, 1901, (v.9,#459 sic) - Aug. 30, 1901, (v.10,#471) 
            Sept. 20, 1901, (v.10,#474) - Nov. 8, 1901, (v.10,#481) 
            Nov. 22, 1901, (v.10,#483) - Dec. 13, 1901, (v.10,#486) 
            Jan. 3, 1902, (v.10,#489) - 
            Jan. 17, 1902 (v.10,#491) - Jan. 24, 1902, (v.10,#492) 
            Feb. 7, 1902, (v.10,#494) - Mar. 14, 1902, (V.101#499) 
            Mar. 23, 1902, (v.10,#501) - Apr. 18, 1902, (v.10,#505) 
            May 2, 1902, (v.10,#506) - May 9, 1902, (v.10,#507) 
            May 23, 1902, (v.10,#509) - 
            July 4, 1902, (v.10,#515) - 
            Aug. 1, 1902, (v.10,#519) - Aug. 3, 1902, (v.10,#520) 
            Aug. 29, 1902, (v.10,#523)-Sept. 12, 1902, (v.10,#525) 
            Oct. 10, 1902, (v.10,#529) - Oct. 17, 1902., (v. 10,#530) 
                 NOTE: Apr. 19, 1901, (v.9,#453 sic) mut'l. 
   
        Reels #1 thru #3 positives rec'd 10/1/74,
   
        LOCATED ON FILMSTRIPS ROLL #13
   
films       Jan. 25, 1901 (v.9,#441) 
071         Feb. 1, 1901 (v.9,#442) 
Si3t.       Aug.9, 190.1 (v.9,#468) 
   
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