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The records contain albums of photographs and materials from exhibits such as reviews, artist statements, slides, publicity, articles, early digitally generated photomontage quilts, exhibit cards, and catalogs. The records also include a journal by Arlé Sklar-Weinstein that accompanied a traveling exhibit, publications, and digital media.
The collection includes correspondence, curricula, rosters, syllabi, schedules, board meeting minutes, and other records related to the ASTP program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
The collection consists of one photographic print and four negatives showing Arnold Society members.
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 collection of women's physical education memorabilia includes athletic equipment, trophies, plaques, and athletic wear. An additional inventory is available.
The records consist of artifacts including clothing and accessories, varsity letters, patches, stickers, pins, trophies, and pennants.
The collection includes correspondence, committee reports, surveys, minutes, policy documents, salary information, and budget information.
The collection consists of one photographic print and four negatives showing members of the Association of Student Chemical Engineers.
The majority of the materials deal with the internal workings of the Association of Women Students (AWS) and include correspondence, minutes of meetings, a constitution with revisions, and officer lists. AWS activities are documented through scrapbooks and photographs.
This collection contains copies of "At Work for Nebraska," a publication from Agricultural Communications.
Digitized images may have come from envelopes with multiple views of same subject. To see if there are other views, please consult original envelope.
"Glory of the Gridiron" is a vinyl recording of the UNL marching band.