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    • Central High School

    • DowntownOmaha education
    • Omaha's first all-grade public school opened in 1859. The school had many different locations for over ten years. Then in 1869, the Nebraska State Legislature donated its old capitol building on Capitol Hill to be used for a school. The building...
    • Central High School

    • DowntownOmaha education
    • Omaha's first all-grade public school opened in 1859. The school had many different locations for over ten years. Then in 1869, the Nebraska State Legislature donated its old capitol building on Capitol Hill to be used for a school. The building...
    • Durham Westside Community Schoolsern Heritage Museum

    • DowntownOmaha
    • The building that houses the Durham Western Heritage Museum used to be called Union Station. It was built in 1931 by the Union Pacific Railroad. This huge, beautiful building welcomed thousands of train travelers and as many as 60 trains each day....
    • Durham Westside Community Schoolsern Heritage Museum

    • DowntownOmaha
    • The building that houses the Durham Western Heritage Museum used to be called Union Station. It was built in 1931 by the Union Pacific Railroad. This huge, beautiful building welcomed thousands of train travelers and as many as 60 trains each day....
    • Durham Westside Community Schoolsern Heritage Museum

    • DowntownOmaha
    • The building that houses the Durham Western Heritage Museum used to be called Union Station. It was built in 1931 by the Union Pacific Railroad. This huge, beautiful building welcomed thousands of train travelers and as many as 60 trains each day....
    • Civic Center and Hall of Justice-government

    • DowntownOmaha court
    • The Hall of Justice used to be called the Douglas County Courthouse. It was built in 1912. There are many different courtrooms in this building. There is also a law library where people can do research about laws and court cases. The rotunda has a...
    • Civic Center and Hall of Justice-government

    • DowntownOmaha court
    • The Hall of Justice used to be called the Douglas County Courthouse. It was built in 1912. There are many different courtrooms in this building. There is also a law library where people can do research about laws and court cases. The rotunda has a...
    • Children's Museum

    • DowntownOmaha
    • The Children's Museum began as a traveling workshop, but it has been in downtown Omaha since 1979. It has many exhibits and special events. You can touch and play with many of the exhibits. There is a TV station where you can play the role of a...
    • ConAgra Foods

    • DowntownOmaha fountain company con agra
    • ConAgra Foods Inc. is one of the largest packaged food companies in America. They began in 1867. They make many of the food products that you buy at the grocery store and eat at restaurants. ConAgra produces foods that you keep in your pantry,...
    • ConAgra Foods

    • DowntownOmaha fountain company con agra
    • ConAgra Foods Inc. is one of the largest packaged food companies in America. They began in 1867. They make many of the food products that you buy at the grocery store and eat at restaurants. ConAgra produces foods that you keep in your pantry,...
    • Japanese Lantern-sister city

    • DowntownOmaha
    • Omaha has three sister cities. The goal of the Omaha Sister Cities Association is to help people understand other cultures and to encourage peace between countries. Omaha’s first sister city was Shizuoka, Japan. The stone lantern in this...
    • Joslyn Art Museum

    • DowntownOmaha
    • The Joslyn Art Museum opened in 1931. The Museum was built as a gift to the city from Sarah Joslyn as a way to remember her husband George. The Joslyn Art Museum displays mostly American and European art from the 1800s and 1900s. It is also famous...
    • Heartland of America Park

    • DowntownOmaha
    • The Heartland of America Park is in downtown Omaha near the Old Market and the ConAgra campus. There are walking paths around the water. Different events like concerts and festivals are held in the park. The fountain is shut off during the winter....
    • Gene Leahy Mall

    • DowntownOmaha parks
    • The Gene Leahy Mall is a park in the heart of downtown Omaha. It was named after former Mayor Gene Leahy. It is a short walk from the Old Market area. The mall has walking paths, a lagoon, waterfalls, a sandy playground, and a horseshoe pit. It has...
    • Gene Leahy Mall

    • DowntownOmaha parks
    • The Gene Leahy Mall is a park in the heart of downtown Omaha. It was named after former Mayor Gene Leahy. It is a short walk from the Old Market area. The mall has walking paths, a lagoon, waterfalls, a sandy playground, and a horseshoe pit. It has...
    • Omaha Police Department

    • DowntownOmaha crime law emergency
    • The Omaha Police Department has its headquarters downtown. There are four other buildings called precincts where officers meet each day before leaving to patrol the city. The four precincts are in different areas of the city so the whole city is...
    • Orpheum Theater

    • DowntownOmaha ballet music
    • Orpheum Theater- symphony, ballet, concerts, music The Orpheum Theater opened in 1892 as a vaudeville house. That means that variety shows were performed there. The performers sang, danced, and did funny skits. The theater was remodeled, and...
    • Hospital on lower Douglas Street - Omaha

    • Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington DC Farm Security Administration Office of War Information Photograph Collection United States Nebraska Overseas Picture Division photographer Nebraska farming farmers DowntownOmaha
    • TITLE: Hospital on lower Douglas Street. Omaha, Nebraska CALL NUMBER: LC-USF34- 008955-D [P&P] REPRODUCTION NUMBER: LC-USF34-008955-D (b&w film neg.) MEDIUM: 1 negative : safety ; 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 inches or smaller. CREATED/PUBLISHED: 1938...
    • Rooming house - Omaha

    • Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington DC Farm Security Administration Office of War Information Photograph Collection United States Nebraska Overseas Picture Division photographer Nebraska farming farmers rooming house...
    • TITLE: Rooming house. Omaha, Nebraska CALL NUMBER: LC-USF34- 008871-D [P&P] REPRODUCTION NUMBER: LC-USF34-008871-D (b&w film neg.) MEDIUM: 1 negative : safety ; 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 inches or smaller. CREATED/PUBLISHED: 1938 Nov. CREATOR: ...
    • Main post office - Omaha

    • Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington DC Farm Security Administration Office of War Information Photograph Collection United States Nebraska Overseas Picture Division photographer Nebraska farming farmers Main post office...
    • TITLE: Main post office. Omaha, Nebraska CALL NUMBER: LC-USF34- 008911-D [P&P] REPRODUCTION NUMBER: LC-USF34-008911-D (b&w film neg.) MEDIUM: 1 negative : safety ; 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 inches or smaller. CREATED/PUBLISHED: 1938 Nov. CREATOR: ...

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