Bertha Calloway (born c.1925?) is an African-American community activist and historian in North Omaha, Nebraska. The founder of the Negro History Society and the Great Plains Black History Museum, Calloway won awards from several organizations for her activism in the community and Nebraska. "http://www.iloveblackhistory.com" is the current website for the Bertha W. Calloway Center for the Research and Study of African and African-American History, Art, and Culture.
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“Reputation is not of enough value to sacrifice character for it.”
—Miss Clark, U.S. charity worker. As quoted in Petticoat Surgeon, ch. 9, by Bertha Van Hoosen (1947)