RG. Record Group
Found in 2300 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains general materials concerning the University Libraries.
RG 13-08-22 consists of the University of Nebraska Centennial Concert presented by the 1969 All-State high school music students.
The collection includes UNOPA minutes and agendas; committee information; budgets and annual reports; correspondence; bylaws and constitution; treasurer's reports; membership rosters; employee surveys; and scrapbooks.
The collection includes brochures, clippings, news-releases, and histories related to the University of Nebraska State Museum.
Digitized images may have come from envelopes with multiple views of same subject. To see if there are other views, please consult original envelope.
The records include newspaper clippings from the University Program Council Committee and photograph albums of University Program Council events.
Originally the Board on University Publications, 1941-1959, it became a senate committee in 1959 and merged with the University Studies Committee. The records include reports, minutes, and correspondence.
The collection consists of serial publications from some, but not all, university offices. A list of publications is available.
The collection consists of a rally flyer produced by University Students for Educational Development (USED) that urges attendance at the November 16, 1979 Board of Regents' meeting and a newspaper clipping about the USED student rally.
University Studies merged with University Publications in April 1959. The records include reports and minutes as well as minutes of the Advisory Committee on General Studies (1949).
The collection consists of a request for funds from the treasury of the Associated Women Students that contains information on the goals, activities, and membership of the University Women's Action Group. A request for a class on women in contemporary society and corresponding bibliography are also included.
“UNSTA Report” from the University of Nebraska School of Technical Agriculture at Curtis (UNSTA) from 1979.
College of Arts and Sciences