From the Archives: Florence, Neb.

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The Daughters of the American Revolution dedicated a permanent monument at the Pioneer Mormon Cemetery, 34th & State Streets on September 8, 1931. The cemetery, originated in 1846-47, had a temporary marker placed in 1924. After the dedication the delegation would resume sessions, including a proposal to deport bootleggers, at the Paxton Hotel.
From left to right: Bugler Baggette Harry B. Fleharty, state regent; Mrs. Lowell Fletcher Hobart, Washington,D.C., president general; Mrs. Joseph A. Van Orsdel, Washington, D.C., registar general; Mrs. Kenneth Finlayson, and Mrs. Joseph C. Lawrence, regent of the Major Isaac Sadler chapter, D.A.R.

The Daughters of the American Revolution dedicated a permanent monument at the Pioneer Mormon Cemetery, 34th & State Streets on September 8, 1931. The cemetery, originated in 1846-47, had a temporary marker placed in 1924. After the dedication the delegation would resume sessions, including a proposal to deport bootleggers, at the Paxton Hotel.
From left to right: Bugler Baggette Harry B. Fleharty, state regent; Mrs. Lowell Fletcher Hobart, Washington,D.C., president general; Mrs. Joseph A. Van Orsdel, Washington, D.C., registar general; Mrs. Kenneth Finlayson, and Mrs. Joseph C. Lawrence, regent of the Major Isaac Sadler chapter, D.A.R.

The Daughters of the American Revolution dedicated a permanent monument at the Pioneer Mormon Cemetery, 34th & State Streets on September 8, 1931. The cemetery, originated in 1846-47, had a temporary marker placed in 1924. After the dedication the delegation would resume sessions, including a proposal to deport bootleggers, at the Paxton Hotel.
From left to right: Bugler Baggette Harry B. Fleharty, state regent; Mrs. Lowell Fletcher Hobart, Washington,D.C., president general; Mrs. Joseph A. Van Orsdel, Washington, D.C., registar general; Mrs. Kenneth Finlayson, and Mrs. Joseph C. Lawrence, regent of the Major Isaac Sadler chapter, D.A.R.

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