Omaha (Neb.) -- Maps
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents A color map of Happy Hollow, Dundee, and Fairacres, Omaha. Published by George & Company, Agents, City National Bank Building, Omaha. The publication date is not printed on the map, but "June 1915" is handwritten in the margin in the lower right corner. The map has been marked with handwritten annotations in black ink and in red, green, and blue pencil. Some blank areas (presumably open fields at the time the map was printed) are outlined in red pencil and marked with dates--1921, 1923,...
Dates: circa 1915-1925; Digitized: 2019-02-07
Happy Hollow: Omaha's most desirable residence district where one look means a lot [brochure], circa 1925-1930, 2019-02-07
Scope and Contents Happy Hollow development brochure, titled "Happy Hollow: Omaha's most desirable residence district where one look means a lot," published by George and Company and T.H. Maenner Co. This undated brochure includes a map of the Happy Hollow district of Omaha, showing which lots had been sold and which were still available at the time the brochure was printed. The map is bounded by J. E. George Blvd. on the west, Happy Hollow Blvd. on the east, Western Ave. on the north, and Underwood Ave. on...
Dates: circa 1925-1930; Digitized: 2019-02-07
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents The Miscellaneous Map Collection is comprised of 20 maps from various sources including both published, tracings, and reproductions. The majority depict the City of Omaha, Nebraska, and surrounding region, including Douglas County, Sarpy County, and the Papillion Creek and its tributaries. Individual maps of Iowa, Kansas, the Mississippi and Missouri Region, and the Oregon Trail are also included. Most of the maps are from the 1930s through the 1970s. Several are undated. The earliest map...