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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…

Photograph of a chandelier that formerly hung in Omaha's Stars Bar. Description provided by owner Terry Sweeney: "The Gold Crown Chandelier hung proudly in a piano bar that was part of the Stars Restaurant/bar. Located in Omaha, Nebraska's Old…

Photograph of a brick from Omaha's the Diamond Bar, which was known as the "Oldest Gay Bar in Nebraska." This brick is from the bar's first building and is mainly painted gold with a bit of pink, blue, and green. "The Diamond Bar" is written in…

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…

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…

Photograph of an award from the Imperial Court of Nebraska (ICON). Award is wood with silver face and black type.

Award reads, "Thank you for your service & dedication to the Gay/Lesbian Community. Emperor IX - Joe Reed, Empress IX - Felice…

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…

Photograph of a pink button for the 1992 Pride Week Celebration in Omaha, Nebraska. The button reads "Pride celebration" and "Pride = Power." The celebration took place June 13-21, 1992.

Photograph of a blue button for the 1991 Pride Week Celebration in Omaha, Nebraska. The button features two silhouettes of people holding a "'91" banner. The celebration took place June 22-30, 1991.
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