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Publications, reports and manuals created by Paul Gessaman.
The collection consists of several thousand photographic prints, negatives, glass plate negatives, and lantern slides. In most cases the prints and negatives are identified by number and subject. The dates are usually not included. The images relate to various activities of the faculty, staff, and students of the College of Agriculture, Agricultural Extension Service, and Experiment Station.
The collection consists of photographic prints and negatives related to agricultural extension. The images show locations in Lincoln and other areas in Nebraska. Many images related to agricultural engineering as well as general agricultural work. The collection has been retained in the alphabetical order in which it was received. An additional inventory is available.
Photographs of graduates from the School of Agriculture (now Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources) from 1901-1915.
"Planning for a Sustainable Future," Agricultural Meteorology, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources Records
General materials from the Department from Plant Pathology from 1964.
"Platte Watershed Update" publication.
This collection contains general materials regarding the Poultry Science department of the College of Agriculture. Included is a pamphlet, Just Over the Hill, from 1925 detailing the Poultry Science program. Another pamphlet, Careers in the Poultry Industry, explaining opportunities of Poultry Science graduates. Finally, there is document containing information on proposed course modifications in the program from Nov. 1, 1966.
Principal's letterpress books from the School of Agriculture (now Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources) from 1907.
Proceedings, Aerial Applicator Short Courses, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources Records
Proceedings from Aerial Applicator Short Courses from the College of Agriculture (now Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources). The proceedings are articles published by faculty and researchers on topics relating to agriculture, pests, chemical use, and associated topics. They were meant to provide the last research and information on agricultural and aerial application.
Progress Reports publication from Horticulture and Forestry from 1971 to 1972.
The R.B. Warren, Animal Science Papers consists of membership rosters, competition scores, and team photographs of the University of Nebraska Livestock Judging Teams from 1909-1995. The papers contain glass slides and negatives of animal husbandry presentations on horses and livestock temperature. Significant materials include a unique 1883 tintype of cow, known as Nellie Hopewell, sweepstake winner of the Danville, Illinois Fair.
This collection contains Department of Agricultural Education reports numbers 1, 5 and 7. Factors Relating to Occupational and Educational Decision Making of Rural Youth, Summaries of Studies in Agricultural Education 19967-68 and Occupational Opportunities in Nebraska 1968 are the topics of the reports.
This collection contains reports, lab manuals, yearbooks and misc. publications regarding the Agronomy Department.
The collection consists agricultural engineering project reports from 1906-1962.
This collection contains reports collected by the School of Agriculture (now Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources) relating to the Nebraska Farmers Institutes from 1906-1909.
The collection consists of reports from the Agricultural Experiment Station in North Platte, Nebraska.
The collection includes research files and correspondence related to alkali; beef and dairy cattle; hogs; buffalo; elk; cereal crops; potatoes; Russian dandelions; soils and soil moisture; irrigation; forestry; field days; judging contests; master farmers programs; weather; Kalo experiments; and speeches and articles by L.L. Zook.
Photos, publications and CV materials relating to Robert Goss.
The collection consists of a few letters related to Roger D. Uhlinger's career at the University of Nebraska and to his research. Biographical information, obituaries, and articles written by Uhlinger are also included. Most of the articles relate to ornamental plants.
Notes and memoranda of Samuel R. Thompson, 1882-1884.
Agricultural Research Division newsletter "Science For Life" from 2008-2011.
Course bulletins for College of Agriculture (now Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources) short courses from 1892-1957.
The collection consists of "Shucks", the School of Agriculture (now Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources) annual, 1913-1921.
The records consist of the newsletter "Soil Science News" from 1988.
This collection contains letterpress books with correspondence from Superintendents F.W. Taylor, E.A. Burnett and W.P. Synder.