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The collection consists of photographs, rush books, clippings, and 23 scrapbooks from the University of Nebraska's Kappa Chapter of Chi Omega.
The photograph album is dated "1936" on the first page, which contains a typewritten forward describing the black and white photograph prints that show execution methods. The final pages include news clippings on executions in Peiping. The headline on the clipping from the Daily Times (Chicago, Illinois), dated Apr. 3, 1936, reads "The Camera Sees Mass Execution in Peiping."
The collection consists of nine photo negatives showing members and activities of the City Campus Religious Council.
This collection contains materials relating to the University of Nebraska. Also included are various maps, photographs, and correspondence (mostly with family) while Bowman was fighting in WWI, WWII, and as a civilian. The collection also includes several diaries which contain entries during his service in World Wars I and II.
The collection contains Clifford M. Hardin's personal correspondence as well as two folders of photographs.
The collection consists of four photo negatives showing COA activities and members.
The collection consists of seven photographic prints and two negatives showing Coed Counselors.
The collection consists of 14 photo negatives showing the board, officers, members, and activities of the Coed Counselors.
General materials. Scrapbook: College of Business Administration (CBA), Building Celebration, September 16, 1994.
Colonial Terrace, Student Life Records contains two photo negatives of three women and a man in a kitchen at Colonial Terrace Apartments talking and drinking tea.
Includes 30 photographs taken in Columbus, Nebraska, possibly in 1907. The sepia-toned photos show people, some among the buildings, bridges, river ice and possible river flooding, and train tracks. Selected photographs are captioned in light pencil, such as the original caption "1st National Bank, 27th Ave, Columbus, Nebr.," "Grain Elevator, Columbus, Nebr.," "Depot Columbus Nebraska Meridian Hotel in background," and "Thurston Hotel Columbus Nebraska."
The records include Chair and University Project Architect Linus Burr Smith biographical information, course materials and lectures (1930s-1960s), and Linus Burr Smith Film Project (1965-1987). Also included are various History of Architecture course materials and outlines, College of Architecture Areas of Excellence Program reports and correspondence, and London Project student newsletters and reports (1981-1992).
The records include photographs and issues of the Cornhusker Countryman from 1928-1952.
College of Arts and Sciences
This collection contains numerous publication and research bulletins from the career of C.W. Ackerson. Most of the articles are written on the topics of nitrogen, calcium and phosphorus metabolism of hens; vitamin A, B12, and D requirements of chicks; and the nitrate problem in animal nutrition. Also in the collection are a photograph of Ackerson and two CVs along with bibliographical lists.
The collection consists of Fanderlik's records, including extensive correspondence, documents, photographs, essays and books. All the papers are related to the Scout Movement.
This collection contains 12 Nazi posters(WWII), a Nazi flag, 3 sucusacas[sp.?], a run of "The Stars and Stripes (1945), and a photo album from Germany during WWII.
The collection relates to Dale Gibbs career as a professor of architecture at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It contains correspondence, papers, teaching and university materials, slides, photographs, and architectural drawings, including Gibbs' work as a professional and undergraduate at UNL and student drawings from architectural rendering classes. Among the materials are numerous folders related to the college's London Program.
The scrapbook created by UNO student Danielle Simpson while an undergraduate student documents her membership in Chi Omega sorority Zeta Delta Chapter (pledged January 26, 1985), working as a student Ambassador, scholastic achievements, and other student interests and activities. The scrapbook includes photographs, news clippings, correspondence, invitations, felt Chi Omega letters, Ambassador name badge, and other material. Also included is Simpson's Chi Omega pin.
The collection includes Worcester's correspondence; biographical information; manuscripts of papers, addresses, critiques, and workshops; and his published articles. Materials related to Worcester's work in the Philippines, France, and Germany.