The following information comes from the book Who’s Who in Nebraska published by the Nebraska Press Association, Lincoln, Nebraska in 1940. The names are just listed below. Occupation, birth location and date, parents names, education, children, organizations they belong to, church affiliation, hobbies, and residence are shown in the actual book. This additional information can be obtained by contacting Allied Genealogical Search.
Anderson, Gertie A. Andre, John Joseph Beckmann, John Herman Bowman, Guy S. Brox, Joseph Benjamin Carey, Flavian Carter, Kenneth William Clark, Don Tracy Cramer, Glenn Curran, John Thomas Davis, Joseph Davis, Joseph Edward Dawson, Clayton Edgar Donahue, William J. Flotree, Robert T. Gaskill, George Michael Geiger, Virgil Arlington Gordon, James B. Hall, Ernest Eugene Hanneman, Herman Julius Higgins, William Paul Jackson, Harold Tracy Keeshan, William King, Walter Jacob Kluthe, Anthony S. Knudsen, Harry Peter Krause, M. B. Ladd, Arthur Washington Lamb, Albert Newton Larson, Fritz Herbert Leech, Don Raymond Lehr, Henry Francis McRae, Finley Joseph Melvin, Alma E. Savage Miles, George B. Mulligan, William S. Myers, A. A. Nore, Louis B. Peters, Blanche Peterson, Albert Paul Pieper, Julius H. Porter, John Washington Price, Myrtle V. Reeder, William J. Rich, George Peter Schopp, Francis G. Score, Sever Martin Scriven, Zella M. Sillik, Frank M. Smith, Aubrey Adam Smith, James Westfael Barnum Smith, William J. Smoyer, Louis I. Steffes, Henry Conrad Sullivan, George W. Thompson, Mrs. Nelle Peters Thompson, Oma Thompson, Thomas A. Van Ackeren, Edwin Van Ackeren, George Max Watson, William Burton Weitzel, Fredrick M. Welburn, Jasper Arthur Whitman, Leroy H. Williams, Frank D. Wolf, Max Worden, George S.