Rev. Albert W. Talbert (1859-?), his wife Mildred (1874-1960), son Dakota (1898-1968), and daughter Ruth (1906-2005) pose in front of Newman Methodist Episcopal Church at 733 J Street around 1914. The Talberts came to Lincoln in 1914 from Guthrie, Oklahoma, and Reverend Talbert ministered to his African American congregation until 1920. Mother Millie later worked as a hairdresser to support Ruth through Lincoln High School and as she earned a two-year teaching certification at the University of Nebraska in 1926.
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