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Nebraska AIDS Project


The Nebraska AIDS Project (NAP) was founded in 1984, in Omaha and has satellite offices in Lincoln, Norfolk, Kearney, and Scottsbluff. NAP is an AIDS service organization serving Nebraska as well as southwestern Iowa and a small portion of eastern Wyoming, providing HIV prevention education and case management services.

Source: Nebraska AIDS Project website:

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Nebraska AIDS Project (NAP) Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS-0092
Content Description The Nebraska AIDS Project (NAP) collection is primarily composed of photographs in print along with negatives and some digital images. The topics of the photographs include a variety of NAP activities including the annual AIDS Walk, Night of 1,000 Stars, volunteer appreciation events, other events, as well as NAP’s former building. Celebrities participating in events include Olympian Greg Louganis, actress Shirley MacLaine, and comedian Joan Rivers. Documents are primarily related to marketing...

New Condoms during HIV/AIDS Crisis, 1986-2016

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 2016-113
Scope and Contents In the mid-1980s an unidentified Omaha medical doctor explored the possibility of bringing a new condom called Red Stripe that was distributed in Great Britain by Frederick Trading Company to the U.S. market. Included are copies of letters from 1986-1987, a note written in 2016 explaining why the doctor did not pursue FDA approval for the new condom, and an example condom package from Frederick Trading Company.