Music, art, drama, churches, Negro race in Omaha.

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Abstract/Description: Unpublished brief description of music, art, drama and churches that were part of the black community in Omaha Nebraska in the 1930s.
Subject(s): Blacks
Demography
Ethnic groups
Nebraska
Omaha (Neb.)
United States
Blacks -- History
Community life
Art
Music
Theater
Blacks -- Music
Arts

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