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Contains news clippings, rush programs, and photographs of the chapter house, members, and events of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority.
The collection consists of two photographic prints showing a tornado that touched down near Elmwood, Nebraska, on April 6, 1919, about 6:45 p.m. The photographs were taken at a distance of 25 miles by G. B. Pickwell.
A scrapbook from Geneva Hewitt, a 1921 University of Nebraska School of Music graduate.
The collection is arranged alphabetically according to subject headings.
The collection consists of biographical information, four portrait photographs of Gerald E. Thompson, and the following publications written by Thompson: “Probability and Statistics for Decisions: An Introduction”, “Problem Set for Economics 216”, “Solving Linear Programming Problems”, and “The Community Economic Base and Multiplier”.
Travel album or scrapbook documenting the trip of Gertrude Ball, Ridgway Ball, and Della Clapper from Omaha, Nebraska to the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. Their trip is narrated with extensive handwritten text in the album and includes photographs, postcards, and ephemera.
This collection includes 4 folders, a map, and two German Army gasmasks in canisters. Contents of the folders include a proposed itinerary for a tour of American WWII Battlefields in Northern Europe, photographs, a volume of Invade Mecum No. 4, and a volume of First United States Army, Report of Operations 20 October 1943 to 1 August 1944, Annex No. 3 to 11, which contains lists of units, operations reports, graphs, and charts.
The collection consists of correspondence, photographs, and biographical materials, as well as books and reprints of articles by Alexander. A list of articles is available.
The collection consists of photographs, a newspaper clipping, and a typed reminiscence related to Harvey N. Lorenz’s time in the Army Specialized Training Program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He was in the ASTP from June 1943 to September 1944.
The bulk of the collection is correspondence and includes professional correspondence to his colleagues, letters of written instruction and progress inquiries to the staff at various experimental stations, photographs, and reprints of articles. The correspondence also refers to Werner's activities in agricultural or horticultural organizations for which he attended meetings, held conferences, and lectured.
Helen Plasters Nemzek, Student Life Papers contain correspondence, scholarship award certificates, news clippings, sorority pins, and photographs from Helen’s experience as a student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln during the 1940s. Also included are photographs of Helen’s childhood, family, and events.
The collection contains Sagl's personal and selected official correspondence, documents and publications created by or for the WAC, and materials created by the United States War Department that Sagl received during her service in the WAC. The correspondence records her experiences as a trainee and as an officer stationed in Texas and Arkansas during World War II. It particularly addesses the position of women in the United States during the war.
The collection consists of personal papers of Henry J. John including correspondence, translations, publications, biographical materials and photographs. The majority of the collection relates to John's medical career and his interest in literature and graphic arts.
Hilda Raz's professional life as a writer, editor, and educator are represented in the collection materials. Correspondence and manuscripts comprise about half of the collection. The remainder relates primarily to Raz's work as an educator, including her work as a professor at UNL and as a lecturer at conferences and workshops. Throughout the collection, quotation marks indicate original folder titles, and italics are used for titles of works.
The photo postcards were produced by the Hispanic Society of America in the 1920s as curators traveled throughout Latin America, Portugal, and Spain.The images document places, culture, landmarks, industry, and daily life. Both rural and urban scenes are included. Each postcard contains brief information about the location, but none of the photographs are dated. Those taken in Spain were photographed by E.M. Newman.
This collection contains general materials, yearbooks and photographs that pertain to the Agronomy Department and the Agricultural Experiment Station.
- Archives & Special Collections, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries 465
- University of Nebraska at Omaha Archives & Special Collections 125
- Photographs 429
- photographs 156
- correspondence 57
- records (documents) 56
- Scrapbooks 52
- personal papers 38
- clippings (information artifacts) 37
- Student organizations 31
- Agriculture 30
- World War, 1939-1945 27
- slides (photographs) 25
- Quilts 19
- photograph albums 19
- newsletters 18
- negatives (photographic) 17
- posters 17
- brochures 14
- cultural artifacts 14
- programs (documents) 14
- Audiovisual materials 13 + ∧ less
- Czech 8
- German 6
- French 5
- Spanish; Castilian 3
- Italian 2
- Russian 2
- Swedish 2
- Vietnamese 2
- Chinese 1
- Dutch; Flemish 1
- Croatian 1
- Latvian 1
- Portuguese 1
- Slovak 1 + ∧ less
- Municipal University of Omaha 19
- University of Nebraska at Omaha 17
- American Quilt Study Group 7
- Cather, Willa, 1873-1947 6
- University of Omaha (1908-1931) 5
- Morris, Wright, 1910-1998 4
- University of Nebraska--Lincoln. Department of Agronomy and Horticulture 4
- University of Nebraska. State Museum 4
- Valentine, Les 4
- Army Specialized Training Program . University of Nebraska-Lincoln 3
- Block and Bridle Club, 1919- 3
- Cornhusker Marching Band 3
- University of Nebraska at Omaha. Criss Library 3
- University of Nebraska--Lincoln. College of Journalism and Mass Communications 3
- Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924 3
- Adams, Charles H., 1903-2003 2
- Aldrich, Bess Streeter, 1881-1954 2
- Ballads, English -- United States 2
- Barton, John M. 2
- Boatright, Philip 2 + ∧ less