University of Nebraska. Alumni and alumnae
Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
On orders from his father, Clyde T. Mastin kept a detailed account of the money he spent during his years at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln from 1895 to May 1899, when he spent $5.00 for his diploma. The remainder of the account book is filled with itemized expenses and income from a period during which he worked for the railroad.
Three University of Nebraska fraternity pins.
The collection consists of Earl W. Wyatt's notebooks containing notes for "Geology/Mineralogy 15", "Geology 131: Ores”, "Geology 133: Coal”, and "Geology 135: Oil” from 1929-1930.
One photograph of Ester Robinson with a women's basketball team holding a ball that says "1923 Champs." Photocopies of newspaper clippings related to Robinson's involvement in athletics are also included.
The collection relates to Gary Schwendiman's work at the University of Nebraska. Materials fall into the following categories: correspondence; committee records; departmental reports and history; proposed budgets and budget information; Alumni Association history; College of Business Administration history, policies, and course information; collected publications and clippings; corporate information; and personnel information.
A scrapbook from Geneva Hewitt, a 1921 University of Nebraska School of Music graduate.
One handwritten letter from C.F. Ansley to Grace Rushton Cortelyou, University of Nebraska, dated January 9, 1899. Ansley writes that they enjoyed reading Cortelyou’s story, “Blue Eyed Boy,” and that they have earned a place in “our group of strong writers.”
Helen Plasters Nemzek, Student Life Papers contain correspondence, scholarship award certificates, news clippings, sorority pins, and photographs from Helen’s experience as a student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln during the 1940s. Also included are photographs of Helen’s childhood, family, and events.
Six University of Nebraska and sorority pins.
Selections from the diary of Ida Rebecca Brockman (later Cornelius) pertaining to her student days at the University of Nebraska, September 1888-November 1889.
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.
The collection consists of a few music and drama programs from performances at the University of Nebraska dated 1892, 1896, 1897, 1913, 1928, 1931, 1933, and undated.
The papers consist of Lassara Hartman Long’s certificates and diplomas, including a First Grade City State Certificate for teaching and a Bachelor of Science in Home Economics, both received in 1918 from University of Nebraska-Lincoln. A program from the University of Nebraska’s commencement, June 1917, an alumni card and certificate, and a list of coursework for an advanced degree make up the remainder of the papers.
Scrapbook of Lora Amanda Smith, secretary of University of Nebraska Class of 1906.
Margaret Holland created this scrapbook between 1923-1925 and it contains autographs, memorabilia, and photographs related to her experiences as a student at Edgar High School (Edgar, Nebraska) and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Most of the materials are from her senior year at Edgar High School.
The papers consists of “The Bridge” by H.W. Longfellow, which she received for high school graduation, a Davenport class of 1897 program, and a class spoon.
The records consist of the publication Nebraska Quarterly.
The autobiography of Richard Y. Morita documents his childhood in southern California, his experiences in Japanese internment camps, serving in World War II, and his education and career.
The papers consist of a University of Nebraska alumni card issued in 1929, an unofficial class credit book, a program for a benefit concert held at the University Coliseum in 1941, and a page with a few biographical details about Dunn.
The ledgers are those created by Willis "Bill" Eichberger, beginning during his matriculation at the University of Nebraska until his job sent him overseas in 1960. The ledgers outline prices for everyday items used as a student and after Eichberger married.