Omaha, Nebraska Photograph Collection records
The Omaha, Nebraska photograph collection depicts ethnic community buildings, businesses, homes, places of worship, and cemeteries. Ethnic groups represented in the photographs include Czech/Bohemian, Italian, Polish, Lithuanian, Serbian, Russian, German, and Latino. The photographs were taken within several Omaha and South Omaha neighborhoods including Little Italy, Sheelytown, Little Poland, Dog Hallow, Brown Park, and the South 24th Street business district (stockyard area). Maps and addresses provide photograph locations. Correspondence and article provide descriptive information.
- Moore, Erik (Organization)
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OWNERSHIP & LITERARY RIGHTS
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5 linear inches
Photograph collection documenting past and present ethnic community buildings, businesses, homes, and places of worship in Omaha, Nebraska. Also included are maps, correspondence, and an article related to the locations photographed.
The photographs were taken during the final week of December 2002 using 35mm SLR Canon EOS Rebel. Photographs were scanned on an Epson Expressions 836XL flat bed scanner in January and February 2003. Erik Moore, an Omaha native, was the primary photographer. Additional photographs provided by Emily Metcalf and Eric Griffith. Steve Potach provided some descriptive information on certain locations.
Collection acquired in 2003 from Erik Moore of St. Paul, Minnesota. It was processed and photographs were included in IHRC COLLAGE by Erik Moore in 2003.
- IHRC Archives
- Description rules
- Language of description
- Finding Aid in English