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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Pieces of cloth or other flexible material, usually attached along one side to a pole or cord, intended for such purposes as symbolizing a nation or organization, or as a means of signaling.

Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:

AFROTC Flag, circa 1970

 Item — Box AFROTC [2]
Scope and Contents

One navy AFROTC flag 5' x 8' in size.

Dates: circa 1970

Joseph F. Dolezal, World War II Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-0337

"Loud and Proud" Pride Flag, Circa 1990

Identifier: MSS0077_obj_027
Scope and Contents Photograph of a pride flag made by Terry Sweeney and Pat Phalen. The flag was carried in several Pride parades including the 1993 March on Washington and was on display at many Pride events.Description provided by donor Terry Sweeney: "Living here in the midwest carries a stigma of being in the middle of nowhere and always behind times. The LGBT community would see other 'more progressive' areas and their efforts surrounding pride celebrations. Those celebrations always seemed to...
Dates: Circa 1990

Pam Emerine UNO Bookstore Collection, 1975-2010

 Sub-Series — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The February 2016 accession includes: a UNO wastebasket, a UNO Maverick Hockey flag, a UN Omaha pennant, and a 1996 UNO football poster. The poster was transferred to the UNO Poster Collection. The March 2016 accession includes: a small UN Omaha pennant, a cloth depiction of former OU/UNO Indian mascot OUampi, and a UNO Maverick key chain.The April 2016 accession includes: two Christmas ornaments, a UNO key chain, a UNO Mavericks button, and a pair of UNO ankle...
Dates: 1975-2010

Red and Pink Nebraska Flag, 1993

Identifier: MSS0077_obj_026
Scope and Contents Photograph of a flag that was made to carry in the 1993 March on Washington.Description by donor Terry Sweeney: "This flag was made by our friend Brent Humphries. Brent is a small business entrepreneur in Omaha, Nebraska... His then business was a screen printing venture, Union Jack Printing and was very supportive as well as generous to Omaha’s gay and lesbian community as it was called at the time. He was responsible for the printing of many tee-shirts for many organizations...
Dates: 1993

Steve Shorb Memorabilia, circa 2004-2014

 File — Box 2014-008.1
Scope and Contents Criss Library polo shirt, black with "O" mark and "Criss Library" on left breast, size small, polyester, circa 2014 ; Volleyball signed by UNO volleyball players and with Durango head, circa 2012 ; Handpainted "Maverick Fans" pottery crock, 2007 ; Red bell for hockey games with "O" logo and sponsor First National Bank, circa 2012 ; UNO Centennial miniature flag and stand, circa 2008 ; Official hockey game puck signed by coach Dean Blais, with "O" logo and "Mavs" handwritten by Blais, circa...
Dates: circa 2004-2014

University of Omaha Air Force ROTC Flag, circa 1965

 Item — Box AFROTC [1]
Scope and Contents

A flag of the University of Omaha Air Force ROTC.

Dates: circa 1965

UNO Campus Flag with Arts and Sciences Hall Cupola, circa mid-1980s through mid-1990s

 Item — Box 2017-047
Scope and Contents

This 6’ x 4’ flag is red with a white UNO campus seal in the middle featuring the Arts & Sciences Hall cupola. The flag includes white fringes along the outside.

Dates: circa mid-1980s through mid-1990s

UNO Flag, circa 1990

 Item — Box 2022-025
Identifier: 2022-025
Scope and Contents

A red UNO flag with the Henningson Memorial Campanile graphic in black and white. The flat is approximately 48 x 60 inches in size.

Dates: circa 1990

UNO Flag with Henningson Memorial Campanile, circa 1995-2008

 Item — Box Signage [13]
Scope and Contents

UNO flag featuring the Henningson Memorial Campanile.

Dates: circa 1995-2008

UNO Flags, circa 2000

 File — Box Signage [11-12]
Scope and Contents

Two black UNO flags that read's "Omaha's Team" and features the half black and half red O logo used before the red and black O with the horns and leaning forward. The flag also includes the Maverick head.

Dates: circa 2000