The items from Omaha Public Library in Nebraska Memories include early Omaha-related maps dating from 1825 to 1922, as well as over 600 postcards and photographs of the Omaha area. The Omaha Postcard Collections shows scenes of Omaha, spanning a time period from the 1890s to the 1920s. Also included is the Charles B. Washington Collection, comprising items relating to the life of Washington, a local civil rights activist.
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The photographs, graphics, texts, and other materials on this site are provided by the Omaha Public Library. Permission to reproduce these in any form, other than for personal individual use, must be obtained in writing from the Omaha Public Library. Fees may apply. Digital TIFF images are available.
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The right to use digital materials from Omaha Public Library is on a one-time use only basis, with the following conditions:
- That proper credit be used. Unless more specifically stated by the Library, credit must always minimally read: From the collections of the Omaha Public Library. Credit statement must accompany each image.
- That proper citation be used. The purpose of citation is twofold: for proper credit, and to allow others to find and verify the information being cited. Complete citation includes, if applicable: author or photographer, title or image number, the URL, and the date.
- There is no misrepresentation of the images, recordings, text or other material so as to falsify the information they present.
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- That any applicable fee required be paid in advance to the Omaha Public Library. Users must also sign an Image Reproduction Permission agreement. Individual personal use of images printed directly from our web site is an exception.
For more information about digital imaging use and fees contact the Omaha Public Library 402-444-4826.
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