Library Archives Center



5730 N. 30th St. #11A
Omaha, NE 68111

Fort Omaha, 30th and Fort Streets


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Tuesday - Friday
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Second Saturday of Each Month
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

402-451-1013
archivist@omahahistory.org


Established in 1982, the Library Archives Center occupies the building just north of the General Crook House Museum at Fort Omaha. The center was founded to fulfill the  mission of the Douglas County Historical Society: to collect, preserve and make available information relevant to the history of Douglas County. The Center also serves

Online
Photo
Collection
Catalog
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a new window for
 searchable database

 
Newspapers Clipping File Genealogy
Maps, Plat Books & Atlases Books Wish List
Documents, Diaries & Letters Special Collections Artifacts
Businesses & Organizations
includes Directories
Audio/Visual Materials Miscellany

 

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as the official county archive, as designated by the Douglas County Board of Commissioners. As the research and educational center of the Douglas County Historical Society, the Library Archives Center houses an enormous amount of material detailing the history of Omaha and Douglas County, Nebraska.

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