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Andrade, Dino



Dino Andrade (July 18, 1962-August 8, 2017) lived in Omaha, Nebraska. He was involved with the Metropolitan Community Church of Omaha, the Imperial Court of Nebraska (ICON), the Rainbow Outreach Center, and many other organizations within the Omaha LGBTQIA+ community.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Dino Andrade Audiovisual Collection, circa 2003-2006

 File — Box 2, Disk: 2017-055 videodiscs 1-4
Scope and Contents

A copy of the documentary 416 by Nebraska filmmaker Jim Fields, an audio CD for Ms. Stella Dallas candidate for Imperial Court of Nebraska Empress XXI, and the video Nebraska Pride Memories 2003 Presented by Rainbow Celebrations.

Dates: circa 2003-2006

Dino Andrade Ephemera, circa 1990-2009

Scope and Contents

Digital images of ephemera and memorabilia from the collection of Omaha man Dino Andrade including buttons, pins, awards, matchbooks, and other ephemera. Organizations and businesses documented in the photographs are Heartland Pride, Heartland Gay Rodeo Association, Imperial Court of Nebraska, the Diamond Bar, Gilligan’s Bar, and the New Voice of Nebraska.

Dates: circa 1990-2009

Heartland Gay Rodeo Association Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS-0161
Content Description The Heartland Gay Rodeo Association (HGRA) collection has been organized into nine series with materials ranging from 1993-2008. The HGRA was established in Papillion, Nebraska, in 1993 as a nonprofit chapter of the International Gay Rodeo Association (IGRA). The association was created to not only support IGRA sanctioned rodeos, but to also raise funds for area LGBTQIA+ and AIDS organizations. HGRA hosted its inaugural rodeo in 1997, an event that continued in the Omaha area for several...
Dates: circa 1993-2008