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Omaha H376.tif
Postcard. Boulevard looking South West from Harney Street, Omaha, NE

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Omaha H367.tif
Postcard. Upper lake, Hanscom Park, Omaha, NE.

Fires O484a.tif
Eight photographs of Omaha's Cable Power house after a fire. January 1899.

Mar2015.pdf
March 2015 Historical Society newsletter.

Ak_sar_ben_01.jpg
An areal view of Ak-Sar-Ben

Ak_sar_ben_04_22_1979.jpg
All Spic and Span . . .for the start of the 1979 racing season is the grandstand and finish line at Ak-Sar-Ben Racetrack in Omaha. The Ak-Sar-Ben season will open May1 and a good many Southwest Iowans will doubtless be on hand. The track is expected…

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Ak-Sar-Ben royalty . . . are Queen Susan Hawkins and King Samuel Greenberg. They were crown Friday night and will be feted at the coronation ball this Saturday night.

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Ellis named to his majesty's council of AK. May 19, 1969
Ak-Sar-Ben royalty. October 23, 1971
Ak-Sar-Ben royalty crown in Omaha. October 20, 1973
Ak-Sar-Ben's general manager Isaacson is dead. January 1, 1974
Southwest Iowans look…

bird110.jpg
Ten postcards depicting Aksarben Bridge and Union Pacific Rail Road Bridge between Council Bluffs and Omaha.

crimeagainst.pdf
By Wattles, Gurdon Wallace, 1855-
196 pages.
Scanned by Cornell University Library

Post Office O434.tif
Photograph of the Omaha (Nebraska) Post Office taken on August 30, 1899.

Omaha O434a.tif
12 photographs showing various airplanes and airplane hangars. Includes airplanes of Omaha Airways, Inc. and the Omaha Legion Airport.

Streetcars S774o.tif
Streetcar builty by Omaha and Council Bluffs Street Railway Company, 1907.

Aerial B573b.tif
Photographic reproduction of the engraving of the Birdseye view of Council Bluffs.

Expositions O646b.tif
Photograph of the opening parade for the Trans-Mississippi Exposition, 1898 - Omaha Nebraska.

Omaha O434d.tif
Photograph of the city of Omaha, Nebraska taken from south 11th street.

Bridges C686.tif
Photograph of the Council Bluff & Omaha Wagon bridge. Opened to public Oct. 30, 1888. Notes about cost, size, and construction on back of image.