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Carrie Pearl McVicker, Artifacts

Identifier: MS-0236
Scope and Contents Collection consists of Graduation Gown and Mortar Board Cap.

Charles E. Bessey, Botany Papers

Identifier: RG-12-07-10
Abstract College of Arts and Sciences

Commencement Programs, University Records

Identifier: RG-00-05-00
Scope and Contents The Commencement records include a wide variety of materials such as programs, addresses or speeches made at commencement, calendars, invitations, procession instructions, commencement orations, biographical material, photographs, newspaper clippings, and video recordings that document commencement activities at the University of Nebraska from 1872 to the present. All files are arranged chronologically by year.The bulk of the collection is comprised of programs published for...

E.A. Burnett, Dean's Correspondence, College of Agriculture Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RG-08-01-01
Scope and Contents The collection consists of E.A. Burnett's correspondence and letterpress books from 1903 to 1927.  The letters include general and university correspondence as well as correspondence with the USDA and experimental stations in North Platte, Scottsbluff, Valentine, and Culbertson, Nebraska.

George Round, Agricultural Communications, Oral Histories

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RG-08-16-05
Scope and Contents 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.

Jack Meyer, Manuscript

Identifier: MS-0225
Scope and Contents The collection consists of a 67-page typescript of Meyer’s autobiographical “Sweet Success,” written in 1978 shortly after his fortieth birthday.  After briefly discussing his childhood, the manuscript focuses on Meyer’s experiences in law school, his legal career, and his routine personal and professional practices.  Meyers includes tips on successful professional conduct, personal grooming and maintaining a neat work environment, managing a daily schedule, and staying physically fit.

John Cyprian Stevens, Memoirs

 Collection — Other: 1 folder
Identifier: MS-0172
Scope and Contents The collection consists of “The autobiography of a civil engineer by John Cyprian Stevens, 1876-1960” written by the University of Nebraska alumnus in 1959-1960. The autobiography spans from his childhood memories to his military service, college days at UNL, his career as an engineer, and much in between.

John Frederick Ballard, Theater Scrapbooks

Identifier: MS-0138
Scope and Contents This collection consists mostly of scrapbooks containing newspaper articles, programs, and photographs from and about Ballard’s plays.  The plays represented are “Believe me, Xantippe,” “Young America,” and “Ladies of the Jury.”  There is one small file of biographical materials, one file of correspondence, and one file containing legal descriptions of real estate in Kansas City, Missouri.  Also included are photographs of scenes from his plays, which include scenes with actor John Barrymore.

Nebraska State High School Debating League, Records

 Collection — Other: 001-002
Identifier: RG-45-03-00
Scope and Contents Materials in the collection include an incomplete set of annual bulletins from 1914 to 1931, debate study materials, photographs, and newspaper clippings.  Study materials compiled by members of the UNL Intercollegiate Debate Seminary for the annual statewide debate championship were published by the UNL Department of Extension.  The study materials evolve from simple bibliographies of suggested reading materials to comprehensive, separately published handbooks.

Robert Manley, History Papers

 Collection — Other: 1
Identifier: RG-12-14-13
Scope and Contents The collection consists of Robert Manley's correspondence related primarily to the history of the University of Nebraska and its notable faculty and alumni.