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D Day 1944 Robert Capa (this is NOT a Capa photo: was taken on Omaha Beach by Walter Rosenblum )

This photo ran in an Omaha history feature in The World-Herald in 1953. The caption read, “This is a view taken up Capitol Avenue from about 17th Street. The old Territorial Capitol building (which became Omaha Central High School) can be seen in the middle. It was estimated this picture was taken about 1900 or before.” THE WORLD-HERALD

This photo ran in an Omaha history feature in The World-Herald in 1953. The caption read, “This is a view taken up Capitol Avenue from about 17th Street. The old Territorial Capitol building (which became Omaha Central High School) can be seen in the middle. It was estimated this picture was taken about 1900 or before.” THE WORLD-HERALD

North Omaha History Blog: A History of Omaha's Miller Park Neighborhood. The old Phillips 66 Gas Station at N. 24th St. and Himebaugh, circa 1944.

North Omaha History Blog: A History of Omaha's Miller Park Neighborhood. The old Phillips 66 Gas Station at N. 24th St. and Himebaugh, circa 1944.

A Timeline of North Omaha History from http://northomaha.blogspot.com

A Timeline of North Omaha History from http://northomaha.blogspot.com

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