Omaha Hi Y Camp 1920

Abstract/Description: Postcard of Caucasian men and Caucasian young men or teens at a 1920 Camp in front of a building. It is presumably the 1920 Omaha Hi Y Camp. The men are dressed in a variety of clothes including tie and waistcoat, long and short-sleeve button up shirts, sweaters, tank tops, and swimsuits with two wearing a beanie and one holding a tennis racket. The reverse side of the postcard contains no handwriting or identifying printers mark. [ID: MSS0039_4705]
Subject(s): Nebraska
Omaha (Neb.)
Community life
Date Created: 1920

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