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Pearl DONOHO- Teacher in Public schools in 1920
Posted by: William Campbell (ID *****4675) Date: November 17, 2007 at 20:18:45
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Pearl Donoho, according to the 1920 Fed Census, was a teacher in the Public School System.

Are there any school books that date back to 1920 for the public school systems in Omaha, NE?

Does anyone have any access to material that might either give information on Pearl or a possible picture?

Pearl was a daughter to William Donoho. I do not not her death date, just that she was 40years old in 1920. Prior to living in Omaha, she was in Rapid City with her father and mother. (that was found in the 1910 Fed Census)

Thank you for reading this and helping out if possible.


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