Explore Photo Archive, In November, and more!

Watching the Armistice Day Parade, Omaha, November, 1938

Omaha: November "Watching the Armistice Day parade." negative by John Vachon for the Farm Security Administration.

money1401.jpg 420×350 pixels

OMAHA BUSINESS: A sign on an Omaha bridge for the Union Stockyards, which in 1955 had become the largest in America.

Dorothy McGuire, born June 14, 1916, in Omaha, Nebraska. Best known for playing the mother in "Old Yeller" and the mother in "Swiss Family Robinson."

File:Dorothy McGuire in Gentleman's Agreement trailer cropped.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ak-sar-ben toll bridge between Iowa and Nebraska. Omaha. 1938 Nov. Library of Congress.

November The Ak-sar-ben toll bridge over the Missouri River between Iowa and Nebraska at Omaha. Photograph by John Vachon.

omaha exposition 1898 - Google Search

The causeway at the Trans-Mississippi Exposition.

Anna Wilson gave her brothel to the City of Omaha to serve as an emergency hospital, pictured here.

This is a picture of the hospital on and Douglas that occupied the former brothel belonging to madam Anna Wilson. Anna was an intriguing figure in Omaha, NE history. She bequeathed this building to the city in her will.

The lagoon built for the 1898 Trans-Mississippi Exposition in Omaha, featured a beautiful fountain and monument at one end.

The lagoon built for the 1898 Trans-Mississippi Exposition in Omaha, featured a beautiful fountain and monument at one end.

Storz Brewing Co. workers in 1897. Gottlieb Storz opened his brewery in 1876 on North 16th Street in Omaha, and it was owned by the family until 1966. The brewery closed in 1972. Storz’s great-great-grandson John Markel will help revive the brand in a new restaurant in the former Rick’s Cafe Boatyard building. Bonus: 6 facts about Storz Brewing Co.

Storz Brewing Co. workers in Gottlieb Storz opened his brewery in 1876 on North Street in Omaha, and it was owned by the family until The brewery closed in Storz’s.

Jesse Lowe, who was elected Omaha’s first mayor in 1857, operated this drug store at 16th and Farnam Streets.  The photo, taken in 1892, shows some of his employees standing in front of the doors. The current city hall, just a few blocks west of this location, has a conference room named for Lowe. THE WORLD-HERALD  Like anything you see? Contact Michelle at Michelle.Gullett@owh.com or call 402-444-1014 to purchase prints.

Jesse Lowe, who was elected Omaha’s first mayor in operated this drug store at and Farnam Streets. The photo, taken in shows some of his employees standing in front of the doors.

Pinterest
Search