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Terry Sweeney, wearing a prince costume, and four drag queens on the stage. Terry is taking one of the drag queens by the hand.

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(Left to Right) Terry Sweeney and Richard (Dick) Brown smile for the camera in an unidentified back yard, flanked by large rainbow PRIDE flags that were homemade for the PRIDE Parade and Festival in Omaha, Nebraska.

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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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Terry Sweeney sitting on the driver's side of a small red pickup truck that has been decorated for the PRIDE Parade and Festival in Omaha, Nebraska with dark gray metallic fringe garland and a large, almost completely obscured, sign with only "PRIDE"…

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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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Terry Sweeney (a Caucasian person) smiling for the camera with clipboard in one hand and Diet Pepsi in the other, standing on Jones Street between 14th & 15th Streets, presumably before the Soar with PRIDE block party has started in Omaha, Nebraska.

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A group photo of three people at the Omaha Soar with PRIDE Parade Festival in Omaha, Nebraska on June 28, 1988 with their arms around each other while smiling for the camera: Richard (Dick) Brown (a Caucasian person wearing pink Pride ball cap) and…

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Standing left to right Sam Mandina, Carol Martzett, Tom Peterson, Rev. Jan Cross, and Terry Sweeney all holding up the quilt panel they made for their friend Jonathan Schneider for the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt. Schneider was a calligrapher,…

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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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Nina/Bill McDowell (left) and Terry Sweeney (right) both smile as they stand and pose with arms around each other in a probable living room, next to a poster resting on an easel with the text, "San Francisco" and an illustration of iconic imagery…

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Terry Sweeney and two unidentified people (all three are Caucasian people) smiling for the camera and standing in a large group of unidentified Caucasian people at the Second National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Washington D.C.…

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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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Terry Sweeney (Caucasian adult) posing with a sign sticking out of a garbage can, "I was a LESBIAN before I ever had sex," and "Dallas" in Washington D.C. October 11, 1987 at the Second National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights.

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Terry Sweeney reading at the Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt display in Washington, D.C. during the 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation.

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Terry Sweeney reading at The Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt display in Washington, D.C. during the 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation.

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Terry Sweeney reading at the Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt display in Washington, D.C. during the 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation.

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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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Terry Sweeney standing with Navy Veteran Dick Brown who is gesturing with his hand beneath a "Navy Yard" sign (both Caucasian men).

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A group photo of Caucasian people next to sign that reads, "Navy Yard," (L-R) (Front) Sandy Waldren, Sharon McCartney, Dick Brown, Terry Sweeney; (Back) Rick, unknown.

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Terry Sweeney (Caucasian man) at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.

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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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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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Terry Sweeney standing with Navy Veteran Dick Brown who is gesturing with his hand beneath a sign that reads, "Navy Yard".

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Terry Sweeney (Caucasian man) holding fishing rod.

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Left to right: Sandy Waldren, Terry Sweeney, Pat Phalen, Dick Brown posing for the camera in front of the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C.

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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 Terry Sweeney by The New Voice of Nebraska magazine in 1994. Award is rectangular wood with a silver face and black type.

Award reads, "The New Voice of Nebraska - Presented March 1994 to Terry Sweeney - for his…

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Photograph of an award given to Terry Sweeney by EAGLE (Employee Association for Gays & Lesbians). The plaque is rectangular in shape with a wood back, silver frame, and pink face with white type. Item has various scratches on front side and was…

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Photograph of an award given to Terry Sweeney by EAGLE (Employee Association for Gays & Lesbians). The plaque is rectangular in shape and made of wood with a pink face and white type. Item has some scratches on front side.

Award reads, "EAGLE -…

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Photograph of an award given to Terry Sweeney 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.

Award reads, "February…

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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 Terry Sweeney 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 - In…

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Photograph of an award given to Terry Sweeney by the Imperial Court of Nebraska (ICON) for community service. The plaque is in the shape of Nebraska 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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