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NEBRASKA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG2368.AM:  Peacock Family



Papers:  1940-1947

Emmet, Holt County, Neb.:  Barber, WWII soldier

Size:  1 folder



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



The manuscript portion of this collection contains documents, 1940-1947, relating to Grant W. Peacock’s training, apprenticeship and licensing to work as a barber in Nebraska. Includes applications, certificates, etc., and a postcard from his father to the licensing board regarding Grant’s military service. Also includes his high school diploma, and a photocopy of an interview with Grant Peacock by Linda Ramos Camacho. The interview explores his experiences as a soldier in World War II. Two portraits are attached to the licensing materials. See also the photo component [RG2368.PH] for additional images. The Nebraska History Museum houses a small collection of materials relating to the Peacock family. Not all items are on display. Interested researchers should contact the Museum Collections department for more information.



 


ADDED ENTRIES:

Barbers

Peacock, Grant W.

Peacock family

World War, 1939-1945 — Personal narratives



 



KFK   11-15-2000

Encoded TMM   03-04-2011