Oral History Interview with C. Dennis Holland, 1982 November 19, 2006 June 27
Mr. Holland was born in Concordia, Kansas in 1926. He recounts his experiences living in Chicago in the late 1940's and in Omaha starting in the early 1950's. He also relates his involvment in the DePorres Club and his observations of the civil rights movement in Omaha.
- 1982 November 19
- Digitization: 2006 June 27
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- African Americans -- Social conditions -- Omaha (Neb.)
- Black Studies Department, University of Nebraska-Omaha
- Chicago (Ill.) -- Race relations
- Civil rights movement -- Chicago (Ill.)
- Civil rights movement -- Omaha (Neb.)
- Concordia (Kan.) -- 20th Century
- Great Plains Black Museum (Omaha, Neb.)
- Hollan, C. Dennis (Interviewee)
- Nebraska Association for the Study of African American Life and History
- Omaha (Neb.) -- 20th Century
- Smith, Alonzo
- Social life and customs -- Chicago (Ill.)
- Social life and customs -- Omaha (Neb.)