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Correspondence, class lists, photographs, slides, the original silk screens, and other material related to the 1941 Univeristy of Omaha Tomahawk student yearbook collected by editor June Anderson Soderlund.
The Bennett papers document roughly the fifty years of Bennett's academic career and his research and publications related to his interests in neuropsychiatry, alcoholism and it's effects on the brain, and the use of curare as medicine. Documents include correspondence, exhibit photographs, articles written by Bennett and materials associated with his professional activities.
One letter to Dudley Leavitt discussing the national broadcasting schedule and a list of associated stations of the National Broadcasting Company.
The collection consists of publications and clippings related to Abraham Lincoln. Some news clippings and magazines reference the ambrotype, a type of photo, of Lincoln that is included in the Archives & Special Collections. Many of the clippings include a published copy of the Lincoln Ambrotype owned by the University Libraries.
Contains news clippings, newslettters, founder's day programs, brochures, and photographs of Acacia Fraternity from 1909-2005.
Minutes and policies.
The records include minutes, correspondence, and notes of the Academic Freedeom and Tenure Committee.
The records of the Academic Freedom Coalition of Nebraska (AFCON) include meeting minutes, brochures, membership lists, budgets, special projects, events, and other material documenting the organization's activities. The organization has advocated for legislation at the state level as well as advocated for the University of Nebraska to adopt an academic freedom statement for all campuses.
Accent on Developing Abstract Processes of Thought (ADAPT), Interdisciplinary and Special Programs Records
The record group contains issues of Accent newsletter, 1981-1989, and Sower's Scoop, 1975-1979. The newsletters contain information on topics such as student groups, events, scholarships, agricultural careers, and campus interviews by recruiting employers.