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An image of guest speaker Susan Koenig, from the National Organization for Women (former president of the Omaha Chapter from 1990 to 1991) writing in a notebook, Patrick (Pat) Phalen (ICON Emperor VI) standing near her on folding tables, and one…

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Peri Jude Radicec, Deputy Director of the National Gay Lesbian Task Force (sponsored by EAGLE-Omaha), walking on folding tables toward Patrick (Pat) Phalen (ICON Emperor VI) who is holding a microphone, presumably preparing to address a probable…

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Richard (Dick) Brown (ICON Emperor VII) and Patrick (Pat) Phalen (ICON Emperor VI) smile for the camera while sitting in the grass at the PRIDE Parade and Festival held at Turner Park in Omaha, Nebraska.
[NOTE: Every year, in July, the Imperial…

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Peri Jude Radicec, Deputy Director of the National Gay Lesbian Task Force (sponsored by EAGLE-Omaha), standing on folding tables with a microphone, addressing a probable crowd of people at the PRIDE Parade and Festival held at Turner Park in Omaha,…

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Tail end of the PRIDE Parade procession in Omaha, Nebraska (trailed by cars) with Sandy Vopelka walking with a cane and Patrick (Pat) Phelan's arm around her shoulders, followed by a small group of unidentified Caucasian people. Some people carry…

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An image taken amidst the PRIDE Parade procession in Omaha, Nebraska, with Patrick (Pat) Phalen (a Caucasian man at center of photograph in all white) and a large number of unidentified people (from multiple ethnicities) some carrying banners…

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Patrick (Pat) Phalen standing next to Stan Brown (River City Mixed Chorus) at a picnic table, while both smile for the camera at the PRIDE Parade and Festival held at Turner Park in Omaha, Nebraska.

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A group photo of (Left to Right) Patrick (Pat) Phalen, Sharon McCarthey, Richard (Dick) Brown, Terry Sweeney, Sandy Waldren, and an unidentified Caucasian man (possibly Ron) all smiling for the camera while holding a banner, "The New Voice of…

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A group photo of (Left to Right) Patrick (Pat) Phalen, Sharon McCarthey, Richard (Dick) Brown, Terry Sweeney, Sandy Waldren, and an unidentified Caucasian man (possibly Ron). All smiling for the camera while holding a banner, "The New Voice of…

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Patrcik (Pat) Phalen (a Caucasian person) smiling for the camera while sitting at a folding table with a blue plastic table cloth at the Soar with the PRIDE block party in Omaha, Nebraska.

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Terry Sweeney and Pat Phalen make a quilt panel for friend Jonathan Schneider using glue gun for the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt.

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"The Quilt" held by Terry Sweeney and Patrick Phalen: an image of quilt panel made for Bill McDowell/Nina for the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt. [NOTE: Nina is the femme name Bill McDowell used when he wore female clothing, adopted a female…

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"The Quilt" held by Terry Sweeney and Patrick Phalen: an image of quilt panel made for Bill McDowell/Nina for the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt. [NOTE: Nina is the femme name Bill McDowell used when he wore female clothing, adopted a female…

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Pat Phalen (on left, wearing a grey sweatshirt) and Tim Crosen (both Caucasian men) riding on public transportation in the Washington, D.C. area.

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Pat Phalen and Tim Crosen (Caucasian men) sitting on airplane.

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Pat Phalen and David Story (Caucasian men) smiling for the camera.

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Pat Phalen (a Caucasian person) posing for the camera next to the Reflecting Pool on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., the Washington Monument can be seen in the background.

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Pat Phalen (a Caucasian person wearing "Use Condoms" t-shirt) holding red Nebraska "N" banner with an unidentified Caucasian person wearing head-to-toe black leather, with Tom Peterson and Wayne Stone (both Caucasian people) in background during the…

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After the Second National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Washington D.C. on October 11, 1987, Terry Sweeney and Pat Phalen (both Caucasian adults) sitting and laying down on the grass together and pose for a picture.

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Visiting the Harvey Milk Memorial at Congressional Cemetery in Washington, D.C.: Terry Sweeney and Pat Phalen posing with the headstone of American politician Chester Ashley while holding a homemade sign, "Gay and Proud" with an image of smiling…

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Terry Sweeney and Pat Phalen (Caucasian people) posing together in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. October 11, 1987 at the Second National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights.

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A Heroes Tribute at the Congressional Cemetery in Washington, D.C. - Pat Phalen (Caucasian person) sitting on a grave.

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A Heroes Tribute, Congressional Cemetery Washington, D.C. (Left to Right) Terry Sweeney, Dick Brown Pat Phalen, unidentified (all three are Caucasian people), (front) Sandy Waldren (an African American person), Sharon McCartney, Bev (both Caucasian…

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Pat Phalen and Dick Brown (both Caucasian adults) posing with Nebraska's state flag, red Nebraska "N" flag, and the rainbow Gay Pride flag at the 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation.

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Sandy Walderen, Terry Sweeney, Pat Phalen, and Dick Brown (all Caucasian adults) posing together in front of the Washington Monument at the 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation.

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Pat Phalen, Sandy Waldren and Dick Brown (Caucasian people) all wearing "Nebraskans March On Washington" sweatshirts designed by Terry Sweeney for the 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation.

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Pat Phalen, Sandy Waldren, and Dick Brown (Caucasian people) all wearing "Nebraskans March On Washington" sweatshirts designed by Terry Sweeney for the 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation.

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Terry Sweeney, Pat Phalen, Bev, and unidentified person (all Caucasian adults) sitting and laying down on the grass post March at the 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation.

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Pat Phalen, Peri Jude, Terry Sweeney (all Caucasian people) standing in front of the Washington Monument after the 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation.

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Pat Phalen with Mrs. Kirshaw (both Caucasian adults) smiling for the camera after the 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation.

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Left to right: Pat Phalen, Dick Brown (both Caucasian men) sitting on green grass.

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Pat Phalen holding Gay Games II miniature Flag (white with red text, "Triumph in '86" and "Gay Games II" plus Games' logo in red).

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Pat Phalen in Nebraska hat at Gay Games II in San Francisco, California.

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Photograph of a flag that was made to carry in the 1993 March on Washington.

Description by donor Terry Sweeney:
"This flag was made by our friend Brent Humphries. Brent is a small business entrepreneur in Omaha, Nebraska... His then business…

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Photograph of a framed photograph taken in 1986 of ICON Emperor III Ken Dillard with friend Jonathan Schneider. Item is in a pink frame with a flamingo in the upper right corner.

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Photograph of a plaque given to Pat Phalen in 1989. The award is wooden with black front and silver type. The plaque was produced by Regal Awards in Omaha, Nebraska.

The text on the plaque reads, "We Succeed Through People - Presented to Patrick…

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Photograph of a plaque given to Pat Phalen by The New Voice of Nebraska magazine in 1994. Award is rectangular and wooden with a silver plaque and black type.

Award reads: "The New Voice of Nebraska - Presented March 1994 to Pat Phalen - for his…

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Photograph of a plaque presented to Pat Phalen in 1997 by the Imperial Court of Nebraska (ICON). The award is rectangular red and gold with a black face with gold type. There are minor scratches on front side. Item was produced by Center Trophy.…

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Photograph of an award given to Pat Phalen in 1993 by A.N.G.L.E., Inc. The award is rectangular wood with a black plaque framed in gold with gold type. Item was produced by Center Trophy in Omaha, NE.

Award reads, "A.N.G.L.E, Inc. Presents…

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Photograph of an award given to Pat Phalen by EAGLE (Employee Association for Gays & Lesbians). The plaque is rectangular in shape with a wooden back, silver frame, and a pink face with white type. Produced by Regal Award in Omaha, NE.

Award…

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Photograph of an award given to Pat Phalen by The New Voice of Nebraska in February 1998. Award is rectangular and made of wood with a gold face and black type. Designed and produced by Graphic Concepts in Omaha, NE. Minor scratches on front…

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Photograph of Fantasy award given to Pat Phalen and Terry Sweeney. The plaque is in the shape of the state of Nebraska and is made of wood with a black face and gold type. Some scratches on reverse side.

Award reads, "Fantasy Award - Pat & Terry…

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Photograph of an award of appreciation given to Pat Phalen by the Nebraska Pluralism Council. Plaque is in the shape of the state of Nebraska and made of wood with a white face and silver type.

Award reads, "The Nebraska Pluralism Council -…

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Photograph of an award given to Pat Phalen by the Imperial Court of Nebraska (ICON) for community service. The plaque is in the shape of Nebraska and made of wood with a silver face and black type.

Award Reads, "Imperial Court of Nebraska…

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Photograph of award given to Patrick Phalen and Terry Sweeney by Metropolitan Community Church of Omaha, Nebraska. The award is a clear plastic top with a black base.

Award reads, "Founder's 500 - Vision Architects for Metropolitan Community…
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