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The OU Textbooks and Supplies Requirements Records consist of printed lists of textbooks and school supplies needed for each class taught at the Municipal University of Omaha from 1948/1949 through 1961/1962. Prices, quantities, and vendors are not included.
The records of the River City Gender Alliance (RCGA) include copies of the organization's newsletters, brochures, fliers, and other documents. The collection also includes material from other local and national organizations.
The records of the River City Mixed Chorus include meeting minutes, marketing materials (fliers, posters, etc.), grants, audiovisual recordings, correspondence, and other material documenting the organization.
The Robert S. Runyon Papers include materials related to Robert S. Runyon's tenure as Director (1978-1999) and Dean (1999-2001) of the Criss Library (then called the University Library) at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Materials include library and university planning documents and information about library projects, committees, events, and policies.
This small collection includes materials generated for the grand opening of the St. John Paul II Newman center at UNO. These materials include programs for the opening ceremonies, Ribbon cutting and Blessing procedures, and an invitation to the August 14, 2016 Newman Center opening celebration.
The collection of material from SummerWorks Omaha Employment Academy also known simply as SummerWorks Omaha includes correspondence to donors, programs, and pamphlets.
Material includes posters, news stories, and related material about U.S. Poet Laureate Ted Kooser's poetry reading at UNO on October 27, 2004.
The papers of Thomas Eighmy include maps, reports, documents, census and population studies, emails, and photographs of poppy fields related to his work in Afghanistan (1973).
U.S. government documents produced by the Office of Price Administration, 1941-1947, during and immdiately after World War II. Some of the government reports are jointly issued with the Office of War Information. Also included are scattered correspondence and other material from the Omaha District Office.
The Office of University Communications kept these staff files handy in case a photo or other information about a member of the UNO staff, faculty, or administrator was needed for a press release or internal statement.
The University of Omaha loyalty and oath and pledge was required by state statute beginning in 1951 before being overturned in a 1967 ruling. Also included is research and discussion about the oath from 2012.