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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 Omaha Star article on a Baptist youth rally held in 1949. The youth group organized the rally and featured a speaker and musical entertainment. The elected youth leaders of the group were Terry Young, Thomasleta Spence, Margie…

This collage depicts several examples of community involvement. The images include a cooking school at the Dreamland Ballroom, a pageant, and a formal. For interviews and oral histories of this and other items please visit the History Harvest…

This newspaper clipping shows the layout of the neighborhood where Patrolman James Loder shot and killed fourteen year old Vivian Strong. The shooting took place on June 24, 1969 in North Omaha. The officers were responding a reported break in at a…

This article details the consequences imposed on Patrolman James Loder after he shot and killed fourteen year old Vivian Strong. The shooting took place on June 24, 1969 in North Omaha. The officers were responding a reported break in at a housing…

This is an article describing an Omaha women's club know as The Links. The Links were hosting a tea to honor the NAACP, and the article describes a plan to help local youth raise money for the NAACP. For interviews and oral histories of this and…

This collage depicts several examples of North Omaha community activities. The images vary in topic, but include the Rattler's Club preparing food baskets for charity, a baby contest, and Boys' Club wrestlers. For interviews and oral histories of…

This image of a Christmas tree dedication, held at the Christ Child Center, appeared in the Omaha Star newspaper.

For interviews and oral histories of this and other items please visit the History Harvest YouTube Channel.

This collage shows a number of organizations within the North Omaha community. The images vary in topic, but include a Family of the Week picture, a scholarship announcement, and a picture of the winners of the Carnation Lounge's Amateur Hour…

This image from the Omaha Star shows a young woman who was the first Peace Corps volunteer from North Omaha. For interviews and oral histories of this and other items please visit the History Harvest YouTube Channel.
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