Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Catalogs, Fine Arts Records
The collection consists of catalogs and bulletins from the School of Fine Arts prior to the creation of the School of Music.
Charles Russell Collection
The items comprising the Russell Collection were gathered by R.D. Warden. The collection consists of approximately 7,000 items, among which are 900 books. Exhibit and gallery catalogs, advertisements, and news articles about the "cowboy artist" Russell and his colleagues are included in the collection. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln acquired the collection in 1977.
Committee on Administration, School of Fine Arts Records
Director, Correspondence, Fine Arts Records
The correspondence generally deals with the daily business of the School of Fine Arts, from setting up art exhibitions, to letters of application for particular positions in the department. Included in the correspondence are letters to and about Aaron Douglas, and correspondence from other influential artists including: Robert Henri, John G. Neihardt, and others.
Durward B. Varner, Assistance for the Arts, President Records
The collection consists of records from the University President's Special Assistant for the Arts and includes information on humanities organizations, events, departments, conferences and councils at the University and throughout Nebraska.
Erwin H. Barbour, Museum Director Papers
Faculty Minutes, Fine Arts Records
Freda Spaulding, Fine Arts Papers
Nebraska Art Association, Records
The materials include administration and organizational records, meeting minutes, membership reports, financial reports, history, photographs, scrapbooks, and subject files of the association along with materials relating to major donors and leaders of the Nebraska Art Association.
Photographs, Art Department Records
The collection consists of photographs from art classes in the 1970s and 1980s.
Rev. S. Mills Harvey, History Papers
The collection consists of notes, manuscripts, and speeches written by Simeon Hayes; his English translations of classical authors; and notes for lectures on the authority and history of the church. Hayes' writings, many of which were speeches presented at local clubs, cover a wide range of topics including contemporary politics and society, arts, history, religion, and economics.
Scrapbooks, Art Department Records
Woods Family, Art Donation Records
The collection includes a history of the Woods family, correspondence regarding works of art, donations, fund development, and oversight. Appraisal and valuation documents provide information on the art work collected by the Woods family and those pieces donated to the University. The materials also document the process and resolutions proposed to accept the donations and contributions from the charitable gifts of the family.