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Millward, Sue Friedman

 Person

Sue Friedman Millward is the former president of the board of the Nebraska Jewish Historical Society. She worked with David Rice before his death on a potential documentary about his life. Millward's research and work continued with collaborators after Rice's death.

Sue Millward is a granddaughter of Jacob J. Friedman.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Ephraim Marks and David Rice Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS-0122
Content Description The Ephraim Marks and David Rice collection is composed of personal material about this white, gay, Omaha couple. The collection includes a scrapbook kept by David Rice showcasing some of his work as an interior designer in the 20th century in Omaha along with biographical information about Ephraim Marks and David Rice from the time around Rice’s death. A copy of an oral history interview David Rice did with the Nebraska Jewish Historical Society is also available. Also included are photos of...
Dates: circa 1935-2018

Jacob J. Friedman's "The Courthouse Riot"

 Collection — Box: MISC-06, Folder: MSS-0150
Identifier: MSS-0150
Content Description Jacob J. Friedman documented his eyewitness account of the lynching of Will Brown in the typescript he titled "The Courthouse Riot." Will Brown was murdered on September 28, 1919; it is unclear on what date Friedman completed his recollection. This is a copy of the six-page typescript with a handwritten note from Friedman to a potential newspaper editor directing that his pen name "Joseph Parkwood" be used when the account was published because he still lived in Omaha. He went on to write, "Or,...
Dates: circa 1920