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digital images

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Describes images created using a binary numerical system electronically stored in the form of encoded picture elements, or pixels.

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Dino Andrade Ephemera, circa 1990-2009

 File
Scope and Contents Digital images of ephemera and memorabilia from the collection of Omaha man Dino Andrade including buttons, pins, awards, matchbooks, and other ephemera. Organizations and businesses documented in the photographs are Heartland Pride, Heartland Gay Rodeo Association, Imperial Court of Nebraska, the Diamond Bar, Gilligan’s Bar, and the New Voice of Nebraska.

Hagel Archives, Photographs, 1923-2015

 Series — Box 1-13
Scope and Contents Note The Photographs Series contains 17 subseries that date from 1923 to 2015. Images cover Chuck Hagel's life from his childhood to his years in the U.S. Senate to his retirement as U.S. Secretary of Defense. These images provide a compelling visual take on both the private and public life of Hagel as he navigated many different spheres in service to the people of Nebraska and the United States.The series contains 3.5 cubic feet of framed materials and 9.5 cubic feet of foldered...

Heartland Pride Parade Photographs, 2014

 File — Box 1, Folder: 2017-054
Scope and Contents Photographs of participants in the 2014 Heartland Pride Parade in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

Robbie Jones UNO Theatre Photographs, 2006-2017

 File — Disk 2017-028
Scope and Contents The UNO Theatre accession includes digital images UNO Theatre productions from 2006-2017 along with digital images of stage designs and the construction process from the tenure of Prof. Robbie Jones. The digital images include photographs shot by Robbie Jones, Steven L. Williams, and students for marketing purposes as well as photography of the actors performing on stage.

UNO Digital Photographs and Video, 2012-March 2016

 File
Scope and Contents Digital pPhotos and videos shot by the UNO campus photographers between 2012 and March 2016. The media files document the UNO campus, events, and people with formal and informal individuals and groups.