Found in 41 Collections and/or Records:
Posters supporting LGBTQ+ rights from the ACLU of Nebraska. Includes "Nebraska: Honestly, it should be for everyone," a variation on the Nebraska state marketing slogan.
Cammy for Council screen printed poster signed by Cammy Watkins, Omaha City Council District 3 candidate. The ink is black and pink with the white of the poster also used in the design.
This collection includes posters from UNO Theatre productions and two scripts. One of these scripts is Hicks at College, the first play performed (1913) at the University of Omaha. There is also a spiral bound publication: UNO Performing Arts Center: Preliminary Sketches & Program (1986).
This series consists of one box containing a map, posters, several leaflets, a folded survival guide, and a matchbook, all relating to the Iraq War, 2003-2011. Materials are in varied languages.
The records of Lavender Couch include fliers, posters, and photographs documenting the alternative rock, all-lesbian band's shows or gigs in Omaha, Lincoln, and other locales. Publicity photos and casual photos of band members are also available. A small number of contracts or agreements are part of the collection along with ephemera such as a sticker. A copy of the band's eponymous 1994 audiocassette tape is part of the collection.
A poster size Mother's Day card made by the UNO Child Care Center and given to Rita Henry, Student Affairs, in 1996. The card includes the handprints and names of the children. An email from 2014 includes the names of some of the children as provided by Dawn Hove of the Child Care Center to Henry.
The addition to the Queer Omaha Archives Ephemera Collection is two posters, one for the AIDS Memorial Quilt visit to Omaha and the second for a film.
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.
The papers consist of multiple printed black and white posters, some with printed captions, depicting United States activities and involvement in World War II. A small amount of the posters are fragile.
The records of the River City Mixed Chorus include meeting minutes, marketing materials (fliers, posters, etc.), grants, audiovisual recordings, correspondence, and other material documenting the organization.
The Robert Gilmer and René Orduña collection is composed of personal and professional material from Gilmer and Orduña’s lives together. Most of the material covers the lives of Gilmer and Orduña in Omaha from the period after they left New York City in 1986 through the 2010s. The collection includes photographs, posters, programs, items from Gilmer and Orduña's wedding, and news coverage of Dixie Quicks, René Orduña, and RNG Gallery.
A preprinted concert poster in shades of blue for the Omaha music group the Chevrons. The members of the group are four young white men identified on the poster as Greg Fox, Phil Petersen, Denny O'Malley, and Mike Vogltanz. The bottom of the poster is blank leaving space for information about an upcoming show.
Material includes posters, news stories, and related material about U.S. Poet Laureate Ted Kooser's poetry reading at UNO on October 27, 2004.
The TEDxUNO 2019 collection includes material advertising the February 16, 2019, TEDxUNO event held at the UNO Strauss Performing Arts Center on UNO's Dodge Campus. The event was titled TEDxUNO: Resilience, and speakers included Suzanne Adams, Aakriti Agrawal, Carrie Anderson, Scott Jones, Madison Larimore, Kate Lund, Dominique Morgan, Gatluak Ramdiet, and Sasha Shillcutt. In addition to the live speakers, four pre-recorded TED Talks Videos were shown.
Banner, appreciation award, and other material related to UNO's participation in the Salvation Army's 2007 72nd Street Food Fight charity event.