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Has the book "Omaha: a guide to the city and environs" been digitized? , either by OPL or another organization?

917.82254 F 31o 1981 It was sponsored by the Works Progress Administration, and thus should have no copyright. Perhaps OPL could create an interactive website, with a Google Map of the time?
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This is an exciting idea.  I researched this a bit.  According to Worldcat, the only libraries owning this book are OPL and UNO, although we do have numerous copies.  The book is not a part of our digital collections.  At least one article has been scanned which references it (see Google Scholar).  I will pass your suggestion along.  However, not to put a damper on your idea, at the present time we may not have the resources to implement it.

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