Found in 503 Collections and/or Records:
One letter to Dudley Leavitt discussing the national broadcasting schedule and a list of associated stations of the National Broadcasting Company.
The collection consists of publications and clippings related to Abraham Lincoln. Some news clippings and magazines reference the ambrotype, a type of photo, of Lincoln that is included in the Archives & Special Collections. Many of the clippings include a published copy of the Lincoln Ambrotype owned by the University Libraries.
The collection includes a memory book of Adolph Josef Kratochvil maintained by him after his arrival to the United States from Pisek, Bohemia in 1883. The text is in Czech.
The collection consists of portions of The Nebraska Farmer magazines containing Amy Bruner Almy’s short stories, "Out Wild Turkey Way," from November 24, 1934, and "Christmas In-Between," from December 22, 1934.
The collection consists of the personal papers of Anatole Mazour and includes correspondence, manuscripts, articles and reprints, journals and magazines, souvenir programs, travel information, newspaper clippings, photographs, and oversized materials. The majority of the materials relate to Mazour's research on Russian history and culture.
The collection consists of four letters from Andy Adams addressed to “Dear Bob” dating from 1925, 1926, 1928, and 1934; a telegram; and newspaper clippings from the 1920s-1940 discussing Adams’ career. In the letters Adams writes about his published novels, a manuscript he is working on, and rejections from publishers.
The notebook contains handwritten instructions for different sewing techniques such as overcasting, French seams, sewing on buttons, feather stitching, patches, joining and cutting lace, and others. Each section is accompanied by a hand-sewn fabric example.
This collection consists of a typed reminiscence, "Lord Tennyson as I Knew Him," told by Mrs. Anna Wheeler Harris, 1917. The three-page manuscript describes Harris’s impression of Alfred Tennyson and some of her experiences working as a governess to his children. Also included is a half page of biographical information about Anna Wheeler Harris and her immediate family.
The papers include photocopies of materials from the 1870s-1890s including a few works of Anson Uriel Hancock, a small biography, obituaries of Hancock and his wife, records of their children, short stories, and reviews.
The collection consists of a short manuscript by Arthur E. Bestor that briefly describes the history of Chautauquas and their contributions to adult education. The typed manuscript is dated August 14, 1929.
Arthur T. Lobdel, Military Records contains correspondence, military records, maps, photographs, diaries, newspaper articles, and other records that document Lobdel’s experiences during World War I.
Includes an 8mm film and DVD of Arthur Sass operating threshing machine at Ak-sar-ben Centennial Celebration of Nebraska.
The Autograph Collection includes the signature or autographs of people of note, including Theodore Roosevelt, 26th president of the United States, Julia Ward Howe, writer of the Battle hymn of the Republic, Thomas Henry Huxley, British biologist and Darwin colleague, Robert Peel, British politician and founder of modern police forces, and Pearl S. Buck, Pulitzer-Prize winning writer.
The photo album contains black and white photograph prints relating to the Bennett and Allen families, with additional extended family possibly represented. The majority are individual or group portraits. With the exception of Palto Alto, no locations are listed and the date range includes the years 1913, 1942, 1951, and 1977, among others.