Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
The collection includes the University Senate Building Committee's correspondence, minutes, committee reports, and project lists.
The collection consists of office files from the business manager of Business and Finance Administration. Major subjects include the University of Nebraska-Omaha and University of Nebraska Medical Center.
The records include minutes and correspondence.
The collection includes departmental correspondence, minutes, class schedules and information, curriculum changes, progress reports, grants, building plans and usage information, enrollment statistics, and more.
The papers include article reprints, a notebook related to anti-malarial drugs, newsletters, awards and honors, a list of thesis and dissertations directed by Hamilton from 1924-1956, and testimonials about Hamilton's career on the occasion of his retirement.
The collection relates to Dale Gibbs career as a professor of architecture at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It contains correspondence, papers, teaching and university materials, slides, photographs, and architectural drawings, including Gibbs' work as a professional and undergraduate at UNL and student drawings from architectural rendering classes. Among the materials are numerous folders related to the college's London Program.
The correspondence is arranged alphabetically by subject and covers a wide range of topics related to university administration and activities. Among the subjects are: university events such as honors day, charter day, convocations and commencements; student financial aid and scholarships; military training and the War Department; budgets and planning; campus buildings; faculty and staff; the Board of Regents; University Foundation; and educational associations.
The collection includes university, departmental and general correspondence; subject files; speeches and articles by Frank A. Lundy; and biographical information, as well as a few photographs and newspaper clippings.
These items came from Grant Memorial Hall, which had been used as a gymnasium by the Women's Physical Education department prior to its demolition. Included are newel posts from old Grant Memorial Hall and other architectural-related items.
The collection consists of subject files from the office of Vice-Chancellor for Business and Finance Administration, Joseph Soshnik. An additional inventory is available.
The collection consists of files of Vice Chancellor of Business and Finance Administration, Joseph Soshnik, related to the general administration and administration of departments and colleges at the University of Nebraska. An additional inventory is available.
The collection consists of photographs showing University of Nebraska-Lincoln buildings; the Carnegie Library in Lincoln, Nebraska; buildings on Nebraska Wesleyan campus; and scenes of Franklin, Nebraska, including the Franklin Academy, city park, bridges, and the aftermath of a snowstorm in 1924.
The collection consists of correspondence and subject files related to Stephen A. McCarthy's work as Director of Libraries. Approximately three boxes relate to planning Love Library.
The collection consists of subject files from the Teachers College Department of Physical Education for Women, and the files are arranged alphabetically. Highlights include records from the Athletic and Recreation Federation of College Women; information about the women's physical education building; physical education requirements and statistics; information about alumnae and former staff; and scrapbooks, programs, and reports from the Aquaettes. An additional inventory is available.
This collection includes architectural drawings of UNO buildings, including Arts & Sciences Hall, Weber Fine Arts, Thompson Alumni Center, College of Business Administration (Roskens Hall), Durham Science Center, and Henningson Memorial Campanile. The drawings were created by students in the UNL College of Architecture, circa 1992-1996.
The collection consists of building plans and materials related to the dedication of the Westbrook Music Building.