Pride Parade Festival, 1992: Richard (Dick) Brown and Patrick (Pat) Phalen

Richard (Dick) Brown (ICON Emperor VII) and Patrick (Pat) Phalen (ICON Emperor VI) smile for the camera while sitting in the grass at the PRIDE Parade and Festival held at Turner Park in Omaha, Nebraska.
 [NOTE: Every year, in July, the Imperial Court of Nebraska (ICON) elects and Emperor and Empress. These individuals are the public face of the organization both in town and across the nation. Patrick (Pat) Phalen was elected as Emperor VI in 1985 and Richard (Dick) Brown was elected as Emperor VII in 1986.], UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections
Abstract/Description: Richard (Dick) Brown (ICON Emperor VII) and Patrick (Pat) Phalen (ICON Emperor VI) smile for the camera while sitting in the grass at the PRIDE Parade and Festival held at Turner Park in Omaha, Nebraska. [NOTE: Every year, in July, the Imperial Court of Nebraska (ICON) elects and Emperor and Empress. These individuals are the public face of the organization both in town and across the nation. Patrick (Pat) Phalen was elected as Emperor VI in 1985 and Richard (Dick) Brown was elected as Emperor VII in 1986.]
Subject(s): Sexual minorities -- Nebraska -- Omaha
Queer Omaha Archives
Photographs
Tag: ICON Emperor
Tag: Imperial Court of Nebraska
Tag: Pat Phalen
Tag: Pride Parade
Date Created: 1992

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