LINCOLN, Neb. -- Sunday afternoon, some people met at Antlers Center, a treatment center to honor the life and work of those who made an impact in Lincoln.
One woman, Paige Namuth shared her mother's story. Barbara Rehberg Fox, a Lincoln photojournalist in the late 40s and 50's. Fox was an advocate for people struggling with alcoholism.
Fox took unique pictures with a "different perspective." She snapped photographs of John F. Kennedy prior to being president, and famous entertainers like Elvis.
Through her journey and photography, Fox was able to help other people struggling with alcoholism through Houses of Hope, an alcohol and drug rehab center.
Partners in Recovery, a non-profit held the event as apart of "A Celebration of Women, the Arts and Stories of Hope."
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