John Dunbar, 1821-1903 [RG0966.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG0966.AM:  John Dunbar, 1821-1903



Papers:  1862-1913; mostly 1871-1873

Dunbar, Otoe County, Nebraska:  School board member

Size:  One folder



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



This collection consists of legal papers (1871-1873), financial records, board minutes, and organizational papers for the establishment of a school building for Otoe County, Nebraska, School District No. 75. There is also a brief history of the Otoe County schools dating back to 1862. Most of the papers are signed by John Dunbar, who was on the school board in the 1870s. Also included are a list of school teachers from 1862-1871 and a 1913 invitation to the laying of the corner stone for the new Dunbar High School building in Dunbar, Otoe County, Nebraska.



ADDITIONAL OR RELATED MATERIALS



See the Library collection for:



Smith, Dunbar W., Dunbar pedigree : descendants of the Thomas Dunbar family who sailed from Ireland to the new world in 1829, Calimesa, Calif.: D.W. Smith, c.1996.



 



Subject headings:



Bischof & Zimmerer (Nebraska City, Nebraska)

Dunbar, John, 1821-1903

Dunbar (Nebraska) — History

Dunbar (Nebraska) High School

Education — Nebraska — Otoe County

Garrow, Alexander, 1843-1912

High schools — Nebraska — Dunbar

Otoe County (Nebraska) — History

School buildings — Nebraska — Otoe County

Schools — Nebraska — Otoe County

Westbrook, Benjamin Franklin, 1838-1908

Wilson, John



 



Revised TMM       05-09-2008

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