Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of several thousand photographic prints, negatives, glass plate negatives, and lantern slides. In most cases the prints and negatives are identified by number and subject. The dates are usually not included. The images relate to various activities of the faculty, staff, and students of the College of Agriculture, Agricultural Extension Service, and Experiment Station.
The collection consists of reports from the Agricultural Experiment Station in North Platte, Nebraska.
The collection includes research files and correspondence related to alkali; beef and dairy cattle; hogs; buffalo; elk; cereal crops; potatoes; Russian dandelions; soils and soil moisture; irrigation; forestry; field days; judging contests; master farmers programs; weather; Kalo experiments; and speeches and articles by L.L. Zook.
The collection relates to the operations of the North Platte Experiment Station and includes: correspondence, reports, publications, photographs, public relations materials and press releases, memorandums, minutes, employee information, inventories, contracts, budgets, annual reports, histories, and faculty biographies.
The collection consists of departmental and general correspondence, subject files, personal, and professional papers of William V. Lambert, Dean of the College of Agriculture. A majority of the materials relate to agriculture extension, research, education, and experimentation as well as departmental operations.
This collection consists of College of Agriculture Dean W.W. Burr's subject files, personal correspondence, biographical information, photographs, publications, and speeches. The subject files cover a variety of topics, with many related to agriculture, chemical research, and education.