Pride Parade Festival, 1988: Terry Sweeney

Terry Sweeney sitting on the driver's side of a small red pickup truck that has been decorated for the PRIDE Parade and Festival in Omaha, Nebraska with dark gray metallic fringe garland and a large, almost completely obscured, sign with only "PRIDE" visible. An unidentified person without a shirt is standing in the truck bed while holding one side of the large sign., UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections
Abstract/Description: Terry Sweeney sitting on the driver's side of a small red pickup truck that has been decorated for the PRIDE Parade and Festival in Omaha, Nebraska with dark gray metallic fringe garland and a large, almost completely obscured, sign with only "PRIDE" visible. An unidentified person without a shirt is standing in the truck bed while holding one side of the large sign.
Subject(s): Sexual minorities -- Nebraska -- Omaha
Queer Omaha Archives
Photographs
Tag: Pride Parade
Tag: Terry Sweeney
Date Created: 1988

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