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  • Book/Printed Material
    Image 1 of [Mrs. Sarah Reddick]
    • Contributor: Moss, Harold J. - Reddick, Mrs. Sarah
    • Date: 1938-12-21
  • Book/Printed Material
    Image 2 of [Mrs. Sarah Reddick]
    • Contributor: Moss, Harold J. - Reddick, Mrs. Sarah
    • Date: 1938-12-21
  • Book/Printed Material
    Image 3 of [Mrs. Sarah Reddick] 1 FORM C Text of Interview (Unedited) Early Days In Iowa We did not have, of course, the many fine comforts of living such as you see today, in our early life. How would you like to read and work today by a light, which was a dish filled with grease with braided rags for a wick? By the Light of The Candle Later, ...
    • Contributor: Moss, Harold J. - Reddick, Mrs. Sarah
    • Date: 1938-12-21
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    Image 4 of [Mrs. Sarah Reddick] 2 Somehow she heard of it and quit such carryin' ons'. Then and now I think that a lot of this business was put on for effect. Woman who Pray for Everything There is a woman not far from where we are now, who prays for hours. If she wants a new dress or something for her house she prays for it. Right now ...
    • Contributor: Moss, Harold J. - Reddick, Mrs. Sarah
    • Date: 1938-12-21
  • Book/Printed Material
    Image 5 of [Mrs. Sarah Reddick] 3 here in Nebraska. If you would give or send him one of your handkerchiefs, any one would do, he would bless it in some way and return it to you. You would then be cured of all your ailments. A number of people had faith in this funny business and gave him a chance to prove it. Some of them even said it ...
    • Contributor: Moss, Harold J. - Reddick, Mrs. Sarah
    • Date: 1938-12-21
  • Book/Printed Material
    Image 6 of [Mrs. Sarah Reddick] 4 and could not stop in time. The girl's life was saved by this brave [sot?]. I do not know the name of the man who did this but it was a man working on the engine. Tormenting Pests In the early days we were tormented by insects, mostly fleas and all kinds of bugs and head lice. They don't seem to bother anymore. ...
    • Contributor: Moss, Harold J. - Reddick, Mrs. Sarah
    • Date: 1938-12-21
  • Book/Printed Material
    Image 7 of [Mrs. Sarah Reddick] 5 the stick act up like they said. The Healer Some years ago a man who called himself a divine Healer came here to Bethany park. He said he could heal all ailments and cure the lame, and the blind and at the same time take away their sins. He would his hands on their heads and they would fall over and lay quiet. ...
    • Contributor: Moss, Harold J. - Reddick, Mrs. Sarah
    • Date: 1938-12-21
  • Book/Printed Material
    Image 8 of [Mrs. Sarah Reddick] 6 FORM D ( Supplementary ) Mrs. Reddick is a real Nebraska citizen with an interesting pioneer background. When Ollie Magee, founder of Magee's store in Lincoln, and his four brothers and sisters were sick with diptheria, Mrs. Reddick was the only one who would go and help care for them. She would have liked to have been a nurse, all the time. The ...
    • Contributor: Moss, Harold J. - Reddick, Mrs. Sarah
    • Date: 1938-12-21