Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Great Plains Black History Museum Collection
Collection — Box 1-16
Scope and Contents Archival material from the Great Plains Black History Museum (GPBHM) consists of over 200 document boxes of letters, photographs, clippings, artifacts, and other collection material. An archivist for the GPBHM inventoried the material and identified potential series for the collection, including Local Histories, Black Institutions, Family Papers, Rare Books, Musical Scores, Bertha Calloway’s Research Collection, Photographs, Artifacts, and Unknown or Miscellaneous documents. ...
Dates: 1906 - 1997
John G. Bruner, Notebooks
Scope and Contents The bulk of the collection consists of memorandum books kept by John Bruner, an early settler of Nebraska, detailing the weather, his expenditures, trips, correspondence sent and received, and other miscellaneous matters between 1859 and 1883. "Account Book, No. 2" records services rendered and accounts received and paid by John Bruner for the American Tract Society during 1859-1862. The other memorandum books primarily record daily weather, including winds, clouds, and temperatures. Some...
Metropolitan Omaha Medical Society
Omaha LGBTQ+ Posters, Circa 1993-1998
File — Folder 2018-056
Scope and Contents
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.
Dates: Circa 1993-1998
Voces of a Pandemic Oral History Collection
Content Description Collection of oral history interviews on the experiences of Latinx peoples in Omaha during the COVID-19 global pandemic. Interviews collected by Office of Latino and Latin American Studies (OLLAS) Director Cristián Doña-Reveco in partnership with University of Texas at Austin Voces Oral History Project. Most interviews were conducted by Director Doña-Reveco. Some interviews were conducted by Dr. Isabelle Beulaygue.22 of 23 interviews summarized in both English and Spanish. The...
Dates: July 1, 2020-March 10, 2022