April 2018: “Omaha Public Library—A Year in Photographs”

OPL sees nearly two million visitors each year at its 12 locations. The individuals served by OPL represent all ages, backgrounds and walks of life. Each person comes to the library for a different reason, and OPL strives to capture some of those moments throughout the year.

A year in images will be represented through this exhibit selected from OPL's 2017 photo archive. The photos will feature OPL's patrons—your family, colleagues, neighbors and friends—and will be on display in the Michael Phipps Gallery, opens a new window of the W. Dale Clark Main Library, opens a new window  April 3-30.

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Click here to view all 26 photos in the exhibition.

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