Columbus, Ne. Columbus Printing & Specialty House, 1910. 16pp. plus two leaves of ads. Original beige wrappers, printed in red, stapled. Minor wear and soiling. Very good. Item #1039
"This, the first issue of 'The Sandburr,' will undoubtedly mark the beginning of a new era in the history of the Columbus High School. For years we have struggled along without any athletic associations, literary or musical clubs, or official organ of the student body. ... We must all pitch in and boost for our athletic teams; our debaters -- if we have any -- our musical organizations; and last, but not least, we must all boost for 'The Sandburr.'" Contains a short piece of fiction, some notes on the athletics, current events, and local ads. A handsome little production -- we find no record of it in OCLC, and so do not know whether it lasted beyond its first issue.