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This collection contains the student newspaper the “Aggie Tattler,” 1916–1927 from the College of Agriculture (now Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources).
The collection contains a few examples of the newsletter published by the Agriculture Advisory Board. The newsletters contain information such as drop/add dates, news on administration and faculty of the College of Agriculture, and the activities of departmental clubs.
"AgroHort" publication from the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture from 2003-2005.
"Agronomy" publication from the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture from 1995.
"Agronomy and Horticulture" publication from 2002.
This collection contains annual reports, materials on horticulture and an Academic Program Review for 1991.
This collection contains announcements and bulletins from the College of Agriculture (now Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources) from 1898 to 1988. Also include are "Opportunities for the Agriculturally Trained Man" and "What Can a Girl Do?"
Class bulletins and catalogs from the Nebraska School of Agriculture, Curtis (now Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture) from 1913-1990.
This collection contains bulletins and announcements from the College of Agriculture (now Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources) from 1894-1928.
College of Arts and Sciences
Contains one scrapbook created by the Clay County Inland Livestock Club on the Nebraska Extension Hog Lot Sanitation Project in the 1920-1930s. The scrapbook gives a step-by-step account of how Nebraska Extension Agent Joe Claybaugh taught the pig club about pig hygiene and how to create shelters and sanitize pig lots to decrease disease. It also contains a song written by Joe Claybaugh on pig sanitation that won the championships at the Clay County and Nebraska State Fair.
Commencement programs and yearbooks from the School of Agriculture (now Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources Record) from 1903-1929.
Commencement programs from the Nebraska School of Agriculture, Curtis (now Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture)from 1937-1977.
“Cornhusker Tech News” newsletter from the Nebraska School of Agriculture (now Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture-Curtis) from 1968-1973.
Materials from the University of Nebraska 18th Annual Bull Sale.
This collection contains "The Curtis Aggie," a Nebraska School of Agriculture (now Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture-Curtis) newsletter, from 1939 to 1963.
This collection contains annuals and yearbooks from the Nebraska School of Agriculture in Curtis (now Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture), from 1913 through 1994.
The collection consists of subject and project files on Agriultural Experiment Station activities from 1948-1972, which cover a variety of topics related to livestock, crops, conservation, and environment.
The Farm Operators course was a four month course offered by the University of Nebraska for boys who did not have the time or money to attend regular classes. It was a two year program taught courses and subjects like farm building, woodwork, animal husbandry to first year students and Cooperative Marketing, Public Speaking, Farm Motors and others to second year students. The Farm Op Spotlight is their class newspaper.
Between 1973 and 1982, George Round conducted oral history interviews with about 300 individuals connected to the development of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, agriculture, and the state of Nebraska. The oral histories cover the time period from 1910 to 1973. The oral history records include cassette tapes, reel-to-reel tapes, and selected interview transcripts. The materials are arranged alphabetically.
The international programs newsletter "Global View". Also included are International Programs Division publications IP-10, IP11 and IP16S.
This collection contains general materials pertaining to the College of Agriculture. Some types of materials include reports, publications, programs, photographs and postcards, scrapbooks and assorted materials from the College of Agriculture. Box four is mostly assorted photographs from different departments of the College of Agriculture from the 1940's-60's.
Management Guide for Arthropod Pests of Livestock and Horses, Management of Swine and Cattle Records
Management Guide for Arthropod Pests of Livestock and Horses.
This collection consists of the papers of Marvel L. Baker and includes his own writings, articles on Baker, and photographs. Included in his writings is an autobiography, titled One Goosenest Wasp (Notes to his Grandchildren).
Medical management materials from Management of Swine and Cattle Records.
Records from the Nebraska Agricultural Youth Institute (now Nebraska Agricultural Youth Institute) from 1967-1969.
Newsletter “National Agriculture Youth Institute News” published by the National Agricultural Youth Institute (now Nebraska Agricultural Youth Institute) from 1970.
- Agriculture 47
- newsletters 11
- Livestock 8
- Crops 7
- Agronomy 5
- Cattle 5
- College student newspapers and periodicals 3
- Horticulture 3
- Photographs 3
- Agricultural education 2
- Agricultural extension work 2
- Agriculture -- Great Plains -- History 2
- Bulletins 2
- Commencement ceremonies 2
- Agricultural Products Industrial Utilization Committee 1
- Animal nutrition 1
- Animal science 1
- Audiovisual materials 1
- Autobiography 1 ∧ less
- Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture-Curtis 8
- University of Nebraska--Lincoln. Department of Agronomy and Horticulture 8
- Baker, Marvel L., 1895-1977 1
- Bessey, Charles E. (Charles Edwin), 1845-1915 1
- Morris, Rosalind, 1920- 1