Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Jacob J. Friedman's "The Courthouse Riot"
Collection — Box MISC-06, Folder: 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,...
Dates: circa 1920
R.G. Gustavson, Subject Correspondence, Chancellor Records
Scope and Contents
The correspondence is arranged alphabetically by subject and covers a wide range of topics related to university administration and activities. Among the subjects are: university events such as honors day and commencements; budgets and planning; courses and departments; faculty and staff; and research.