Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Physical objects produced or shaped by human craft, especially tools, weapons, ornaments, or other items that inherently give cultural clues about the person who made it or used it, and are further characterized by being of archaeological or historical interest and of the type collected by museums or private collectors.
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Series — Box 1, Folder: 2016-104
Scope and Contents The collection of ephemera collected by Butch Addleman includes an address book, lighters, matchbooks, pens, a news clipping about the June 1985 gay rights march in downtown Omaha, a list of local LGBT businesses and news, stickers, and other material documenting events, restaurants, bars, and other venues from approximately the early 1980s through the early 2000s. The buttons in the collection relate to the NAMES Project AIDS Quilt. Local businesses and organizations include the Office Bar,...
Scope and Contents Employee Association For Gays and Lesbians award given to Terry Sweeney and Pat Phalen. (The New Voice of Nebraska, Vol. June 1995, Page 25: http://queeromahaarchives.omeka.net/items/show/1689) The award is a bronzed eagle mounted upon a wood pedestal. The pedestal has mounts on three sides each is a black field bordered with a gold edge and gold engraving. The pedestal mounts...
Item — Object FLC 
Scope and Contents The Freshman Leadership Council Welcome Card is a giant greeting card. The front of the card reads "Welcome 2011 Freshman" with the Univeristy of Nebraska at Omaha logo and mascot, and a background collage of images of the unviersity. The inside of the card contains the printed text, "You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself in any direction you choose. You're on your own. And you know what you know. You are the guy who'll decide where...
Series — Box Teaching Ephemera 1, Folder: War on Terror, Iraq 1
Scope and Contents This series consists of one box containing a map, posters, several leaflets, a folded survival guide, and a matchbook, all relating to the Iraq War, 2003-2011. Materials are in varied languages.
Scope and Contents 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 Market. The business had been previously known as the Alley Bar. Its named was fitting as its entrance was from the alley way rather than the street entrance. You see at this time, many did not wish to be seen entering what was...
Series — Item 1000+
Scope and Contents The Artifacts series contains hundreds of framed items and objects collected by Chuck Hagel between 1967 and 2016 as Deputy Administrator at the Veterans Administration, U.S. Senator, U.S. Secretary of Defense, and in his years outside of public service.Each artifact is described individually. Artifacts include awards in the form of statues, plaques, framed...
Series — Box Hockey 
Scope and Contents A commemorative package was distributed to UNO Hockey season ticket holders in October 2015, the inaugural season at UNO Baxter Arena. The contents are held in a Maverick-branded black box and include: a souvenir ticket, a Baxter Arena hockey puck, a black Baxter Arena inaugural season cowbell, a copy of the book A Date with Destiny: October 23, 2015: The Inside Story of the people and events that led to the Baxter Arena by John Martin Fey with Don Leahy, an advertisement...
File — Box 1, Folder: 3
Scope and Contents An event program and ephemera (including a lanyard and a backpack) from the Midwest Bisexual, Lesbian, Gay, Transgender, and Ally College Conference (MBLGTACC) held at UNO on February 16-18, 2018.
Series — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The political ephemera collection includes buttons from local, state, and national elections from throughout the 20th century, including a run of presidential campaign buttons for each major party candidate for U.S. president through 1992. The collection contains many buttons for Omaha and Nebraska candidates for various offices including local utilities, city council, mayor, governor, senate, and the unicameral. The collection also includes some buttons believed to be from the Chicago-area and...
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...
Item — Box Memorabilia 
Item — Box 1, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents One condom distributed by the UNO Gender & Sexuality Resource Center in 2016. The condoms is in a wrapper branded for the UNO Gender & Sexuality Resource Center.
Series — Box 2018-024
Scope and Contents Although there are quite a variety of materials in this collection, everything appears to relate to women’s studies or feminism, in general. For example, items include those of a more serious nature, such as Ms. Magazines, National Organization for Women newsletters, and feminist bibliographies, but also the more whimsical, such as Famous Women card decks, Wonder Women and Rosie the Riveter tee shirts, and paper doll booklets.