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The records include materials relating to student activities, literature, and publications including plays, poetry, songs, posters, and photographs.
The collection consists of programs of the society's annual exhibitions and some photo negatives.
Two copies of "Adjusting Recipes to Meet Dietary Guidelines," written by Georgia Jones, Julie Albrecht and Linda Boeckner, from the University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension. Outlines nutritional meal planning and includes lists for substituting ingredients for healthier meal planning.
This collection contains minutes and printed materials from the Administrative Council, 1899-1972.
The records consist of materials related to admissions and transferring at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, including registration procedures, guidelines, instructions, surveys, transfer handbooks, letter templates to students, and publications. The surveys include "Annual Survey of Minority Group Students in Nebraska Secondary Schools" (1971-1972) and "Annual Survey of Freshmen Enrollment from Nebraska High Schools" (1978).
The collection relates primarily to graduate work in the history department.
The records consist of Agriculture Advisory Board minutes as well as a few letters written by the board president.
The collection consists of Volume III, No. 1 of "Afghan Student News".
The Afghanistan Art and Ephemera Collection includes a variety of artworks, photographs, and ephemera that are from, depicting, or otherwise related to Afghanistan. See the individual components in this finding aid for details.
UNO adjunct instructor Jeannette Gabriel’s students collected oral history interviews in fall 2018 for the course History 2990: African-American and Jewish Collaboration and Conflict. The interviews were collected from Jewish and African American residents of Omaha. Individuals interviewed were: A’Jamal Byndon, Tuffy Epstein, and Richard Fellman.
The collection consists of a formal response to a Afro-American Collegiate Society statement by University president, Joseph Soshnik along with the Executive Dean of Student Affiairs and the Dean of Faculties. The document is dated April 21, 1961.
The Air Force ROTC scrapbooks include photographs, news clippings, programs, and other ephemera documenting the activities of the OU and UNO AFROTC. A scrapbook was usually assembled to document an academic year.
Ag Insights was a monthly newsletter for the College of Agriculture's faculty. It features regular columns from the Dean and Assistant Dean, special announcements, events, features on instructional improvement and guest columns by faculty and other campus resource persons.
The records consist of the publication "Ag Rag" from 1955-1959.
This collection contains the student newspaper the “Aggie Tattler,” 1916–1927 from the College of Agriculture (now Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources).