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Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce


The Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce is an organization which protects and promotes the interests of businesses in the Greater Omaha area of Nebraska. It was founded as the Omaha Chamber of Commerce in 1893.

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Omaha: Ranks First in Sales of War Savings Stamps; Leads All Cities in Per Capita Red Cross Membership; Oversubscribed 105% in all War Drives; Ranks 34th in Population but 12th in Bank Clearings; This Little Book Tells Why, circa 1942-1945

Scope and Contents The Omaha Chamber of Commerce Records cover business and industry in Omaha, Nebraska, spanning the period from 1912 until 1979. The records include meeting minutes from various committees and bureaus, the Chamber's newsletter (1912-1941 as Journal, 1941-1956 as News Bulletin, 1959-2004 as Profile), photographs, negatives, slides, newspaper clippings, correspondence, pamphlets, books and journals collected and used by the Chamber, and files with information about various businesses,...