Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Carrie Pearl McVicker, Artifacts
Collection consists of Carrie Pearl McVicker's graduation gown and Mortar Board cap from 1904.
Commencement Committee, Faculty Senate Records
Commencements, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources Records
Commencement programs and yearbooks from the School of Agriculture (now Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources Record) from 1903-1929.
Commencements, Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture (Curtis), Records
Commencement programs from the Nebraska School of Agriculture, Curtis (now Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture) from 1937-1977.
E.A. Burnett, Subject Correspondence, Chancellor Records
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.
Lassara Hartman Long, Alumni Papers
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.
R.G. Gustavson, Subject Correspondence, Chancellor Records
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 and commencements; budgets and planning; courses and departments; faculty and staff; and research.
Robert E. Bader, Academic Stole
An University of Nebraska-Lincoln academic stole that Robert E. Bader wore when receiving his PhD in history in 1953.