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Diamond Bar


The Diamond Bar was known as the "Oldest Gay Bar in Nebraska." It was located on 16th Street in downtown Omaha. The Diamond Bar closed sometime after 2004.

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The Diamond Bar Brick, circa 1986

Identifier: MSS0077_obj_021
Scope and Contents 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 sequins and the brick is covered with little gold stars. Above the words is a small, broach-like likeness of the Little Blue Boy.The brick was given to Pat Phalen, Emperor VI, at Coronation VII, his stepping down ceremony. The text of...