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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Refers to a digital audio-compression file format, or standard, designed specifically for transmitting files over the Internet. Appended to file names as .mp3.

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

African-American and Jewish Collaboration and Conflict Oral History Interviews

Identifier: UNO-0250
Content Description

UNO adjunct instructor Jeannette Gabriel’s students collected oral history interviews in fall 2018 for the course History 2990: African-American and Jewish Collaboration and Conflict. The interviews were collected from Jewish and African American residents of Omaha. Individuals interviewed were: A’Jamal Byndon, Tuffy Epstein, and Richard Fellman.

Dates: 2018

Bathtub Maria

Scope and Contents

The material from band Bathtub Maria includes digital downloads of the Omaha band's 4-track EP The Spider and the Fly.


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The material from band Garst includes the EP The Garst Tape composed of the tracks Fine, Pinboy, Sammy, and Start Over. The four tracks were recorded at the former Ground Floor Guitar location in Omaha, Nebraska in November 2017.

Hank Umemoto and George Uchida Oral History Interview

 Collection — Box MISC-10, Folder: UNO-0225
Identifier: UNO-0225
Content Description Byrony Forbes interviewed Hank Umemoto and George Uchida on April 6, 2013, as part of the research for her UNO master’s thesis about romantic and sexual relationships of Japanese Americans incarcerated in concentration camps during World War II. In addition to sharing information about their experiences as teenagers at Manzanar, one of the concentration camps established by the U.S. government during World War II, Umemoto and Uchida shared information about their families before, during, and...
Dates: April 6, 2013


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The material from singer and songwriter Jocelyn includes digital downloads of the Omaha musician's songs Echo and Just Like Everybody Else.

Nebraska Black Oral History Project

Identifier: MSS-0130
Content Description The 42 interviews span a wide range of subjects, including civil rights efforts at the University of Nebraska, the work of Nebraska State Senator Edward Danner, school desegregation, and labor conditions. Interviews conducted over a two-year period, 1980-1982, for a project funded by the Nebraska Committee for the Humanities, and sponsored by the Black Studies Department, UNL; The Great Plains Black [History] Museum; and the Nebraska Association for the Study of African American...
Dates: 1980-1982