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Omaha (Neb.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Name Authority File

Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:

Conference, 1952 May

Identifier: B157.01.0004.0005

Papers and Proceedings form the 6th Annual Conference of the Hadassah Mountain Plains Region held in Omaha, Nebraska in May 1952.

Dates: 1952 May

Correspondence, between 1904-1925

Identifier: B356.02.0005.0003

The file contains three letters in English and two in English. Two of the Yiddish letters are on Don Bercu and Sons and one letter is on letterhead for M. L. Friedmann, Grossrabiner from Romania. On the back of the Friedmann letter is hand-written in English "Children: You can have breakfast downstairs and I will be back about 8 or 8:30 for you, Daddy." Two letters are written from George Bercu to Olive Bercu in 1916.

Dates: between 1904-1925

Farband Labor Zionist Order, 1951 November 25

Identifier: B063.04.0037.00084

Several unidentified men and women at a Farband Labor Zionist Order dinner. A banner hanging over the head table reads: ''Welcome Delegates [section in Hebrew]; Farband Labor Zionist Order District No. 7.''

Dates: 1951 November 25

Grandfather Schatz, 1937 November 21

Identifier: B063.05.0013.00077

Grandfather Schatz stands in front of a house with an unidentified man.

Dates: 1937 November 21

Lang Family

Identifier: B111.06.0006.0012
Scope and Contents

Folder contains one typed page of family history written by Josephine Lang Tanzer.

Dates: 1879-2008

Oral History Interview with Anna Danner, 1981 April 1, 2006 June 9

Identifier: NSHS-RG4795AU-22

Ms. Danner recounts her experiences growing up in Oklahoma, and her life in Omaha starting in about 1917. She also discusses her brother, a Nebraska State senator.

Dates: 1981 April 1; Digitization: 2006 June 9

Oral History Interview with Bertha Calloway, 1982 March 22, 2006 June 15

Identifier: NSHS-RG4795AU-29

Ms. Calloway grew up in Denver, CO, and worked in Washington D.C. She relates her involvement in civil rights activities from the 1940s through the 1960s, and in the creation of the Great Plains Black Museum in Omaha.

Dates: 1982 March 22; Digitization: 2006 June 15

Oral History Interview with Buddy Hogan, 1982 September 9, 2006 June 21

Identifier: NSHS-RG4795AU-36

Mr. Hogan was born in Gordonsville, Virginia in 1942. He recounts his experiences growing up in Virginia, attending Boys Town, NE, and the St. Augustine Seminary in Mississippi, living in Omaha and his tenure as president of the Omaha NAACP.

Dates: 1982 September 9; Digitization: 2006 June 21

Oral History Interview with Charles Tyler, 1981 August, 2006 May 23

Identifier: NSHS-RG4795AU-13

Mr. Tyler recounts his experiences in Omaha and outstate Nebraska as an itinerant minister, starting in 1947, and doing oral history research in outstate Nebraska.

Dates: 1981 August; Digitization: 2006 May 23

Oral History Interview with Darryl Eure, 1982 April 23, 2006 June 16

Identifier: NSHS-RG4795AU-30

Mr. Eure was born in Omaha in 1950. He relates his involvement in the Omaha public schools (especially student activism at Central High School), in civil rights and anti-war activities, and in his work with the Afro Academy of Dramatic Arts in Omaha.

Dates: 1982 April 23; Digitization: 2006 June 16