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This collage contains several birthday announcements from the Omaha Star. The announcements on the collage are all young children under the age of ten. According to the captions, the parties were held at private homes as well as community areas like…

This is an image of an advertisement for the Carnation Ballroom in North Omaha. The musicians are Otis William and the Charms. Advanced tickets to the event were sold for $1.50. For interviews and oral histories of this and other items please visit…

These are advertisements for the Carnation Lounge that were placed in the Omaha Star newspaper.The musicians are Johnny Ace and his Orchestra, Willie Mae "Big Mama" Thorton, and Eddie Boyd and his Orchestra. For interviews and oral histories of this…

This is image focuses on a few of the music advertisements in the Omaha Star. The acts include Earl Bostic, Roland Cook & His Orchestra, and Shirley & Lee. For interviews and oral histories of this and other items please visit the History…

These are two advertisements for musical acts in Omaha. The first is for Eddie Boyd and his Orchestra at the Carnation Ballroom in North Omaha. The second is for of an advertisement for Roy Hamilton and his All-Star Orchestra at the new Omaha City…

This is an image of an advertisement for the Carnation Ballroom in North Omaha. The band and musicians mentioned include: Faye Adams, Amos Milburn, Ursula Reed, Joe Morris, The Orioles, Billy Clark, Al Savage, and the Spiders. For interviews and…

This is an newspaper advertisement for the Carnation Ballroom in North Omaha. The Carnation Ballroom was hosting a Sepia Pageant Dance and Floor Show. The entertainment was provided by Roy Brown and his Mighty, Mighty Men. For interviews and oral…

This is an image of an Omaha Star advertisement for the Carnation Lounge. The musicians included "Dickie," "Babe," Prince (Stardust) Moss, M.C. Richetta, and Cliff Dudley's Orchestra. Tickets cost one dollar. For interviews and oral histories of…

This is an image of an advertisement for the Carnation Lounge in North Omaha. The advertisement is for a floor show and dance. The show featured two dancers known as Henrienne (Congo) Bowler a "sensational dancer" and Katherine (The Great)…

This is an advertisement for the Carnation Lounge that was placed in the Omaha Star newspaper. The musical entertainment was provided by Chuck Willis and his Orchestra. Their songs included "It's Too Late," "Kansas City Woman," and "Jaunita." The…
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