On a spring evening in April 1873, a large crowd gathered in Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, a small frame building near the southeast corner of Eighteenth Street and Capitol Avenue in Omaha, Nebraska.
A number of people at the Peony Park pool in Omaha in 1930. The pool was not de-segregated until 1963.
The front cover of the Dodds Homes catalogue
Welcome to Marker Monday! Each Monday we will feature one of Nebraska’s hundreds of historical markers. If you’d like to see a specific marker featured, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. This marker was suggested by a reader, so I'm not kidding - you ask, I listen. Our reader suggested this marker because Omaha Central High School "used to be the state capitol.
Farm Crop Processing Corporation's alcohol plant, Fourth & Jones streets, Omaha. NSHS RG1963-14