George Washington Kline, 1875-1950 [RG3810.AM]

NEBRASKA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG3810.AM:  George Washington Kline, 1875-1950



Scrapbook:  1933-1934

Lincoln, Lancaster County, Neb.:  Journalist

Size:  1 box; 0.5 cu.ft.



BACKGROUND NOTE



George W. Kline was born at Jamesport, Missouri, in 1875. The family moved to Nebraska in 1879, and Mr. Kline graduated from the University of Nebraska. When the Lincoln Star newspaper was founded in 1902 he became the city editor. Mr. Kline was a pioneer of public power development in Nebraska. He died in Lincoln, Nebraska in November of 1950.



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



This collection consists of a scrapbook containing clippings and correspondence dating from 1933-1934. The material in the Kline collection relates to the establishment of the unicameral legislature in Nebraska. Correspondence includes a series of letters from George W. Norris to George W. Kline.



Note:  See the NSHS Library Catalog for the book, Bryan The Man : The Great Commoner at close range by A.L. Gale and George W. Kline.



DESCRIPTION


Box 1

Volume

    1. Scrapbook, 1933-1934



 



ADDED ENTRIES:



Journalists — Nebraska

Kline, George Washington, 1875-1950

Nebraska. Legislature

Nebraska — Unicameral

Norris, George William, 1861-1944



 



Encoded TMM   05-25-2010

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