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Ephemera

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Charles C. Moyer Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS-093
Scope and Content

The Charles C. Moyer collection comprises material owned by Dr. Charles C. Moyer. The collection contains prescription pads, leather business card holders and physicians pamphlet. Also contains business cards, membership cards and a paper driver's license from 1916.

Dates: 1910-1917

Dance Cards and Program, Records

 Collection — Box 001: [Barcode: R0236220779]
Identifier: RG-38-00-03
Scope and Contents

Dance cards from various student organizations and events from 1896-1918. Dance card events include Burlington Beach, Turpin's Dancing Academy, Nebraska Military Academy Founder's Day Hop, Silver Lynx, Delta Phi Omega, Alpha Tau of Beta Theta Pi, Sigma Nu Halloween ball, Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior Hops, proms, Tango Club, Sigma Tau, Iron Sphinx Formal, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

Dates: 1898-1918

Denise Brady Ephemera Collection

 Collection — Box 2019-070
Identifier: MSS-0152
Content Description

The Denise Brady Ephemera Collection includes prospectus for books to be published by Brady Press, invitations and announcements for life events such as weddings and births, holiday cards, broadsides, announcements of exhibits and books, and other ephemera.

Dates: 1990-2019

Harry Duncan Papers

 Collection — Box 2019-072
Identifier: UNO-0262
Content Description

The collection of material created by Harry Duncan is of undetermined origin and includes a partial transcription of an interview of Duncan, the partial text of a lecture given by Duncan, one folder of Duncan ephemera, news clippings, and other related material.

Dates: circa 1980-2000

Omaha Music Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS-0142
Content Description

The Omaha Music Collection documents Omaha musicians including bands, solo artists, composers, and collaborations. Material collected includes recordings as well as ephemeral material such as promotional stickers, buttons, and other material. The collection is open to material from most genres of music with new material added through purchases, free digital downloads or promotional material, and donations to the repository. See series descriptions for more detailed descriptions.

Dates: circa 1993-2018

Omaha Symphony Orchestra Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS-0156
Content Description

The records of the Omaha Symphony Orchestra predominantly document performances and public activities of the organization. The collection includes marketing and promotional materials (mostly late 1980s to the 2010s), concert programs, scrapbooks containing news clippings and ephemera (1950s-1980s), and other records. A small number of photographs (undated) and posters (predominantly 2000s) are also part of the collection. Audio and video recordings are not part of the collection.

Dates: 1921-2020

Omaha Zine Ephemera Collection

 Collection — Box MISC-15, Folder: MSS-0147
Identifier: MSS-0147
Content Description

The Omaha Zine Ephemera Collection includes business cards, fliers, prints, and ephemera created by zine creators and programs from Omaha Zine Fest. The zine creators primarily, but not exclusively, are from Omaha. The ephemera was gathered or received by library employees between March 2017 and April 2019, primarily at Omaha Zine Fests.

Dates: 2017-2019

Thomas Fitzgerald Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS-0155
Content Description The papers of Nebraska State Senator Thomas S. Fitzgerald primarily document his time in office from 1975-1980. The collection material includes photographs, documents, ephemera, and other material primarily about matters related to Nebraska Unicameral business. The material was received primarily organized in binders or scrapbooks. As a state senator, Fitzgerald worked with state and county officials on acquiring a county-held building and was the major sponsor of the legislation which made...
Dates: circa 1970-1984