Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of subject and project files on Agriultural Experiment Station activities from 1948-1972, which cover a variety of topics related to livestock, crops, conservation, and environment.
The collection consists of Ivan Wood's photographs showing Civilian Conservation Corp (CCC) projects in Nebraska. The photographs document the labor of the CCC, including erosion control, dam building, and terracing in Buffalo, Harlan, Johnson, and Pawnee counties, Nebraska, from 1933-1935. The photograph index is based on the descriptions written on the back of each photograph.
This collection consists of 50 boxes of manuscript material arranged in 4 series; (1) Works Progress Administration (WPA) Files; (2) Correspondence. 1936-1941; (3) Subject Files; (4) Miscellany.
The collection consists of photographic prints and negatives related to agricultural extension. The images show locations in Lincoln and other areas in Nebraska. Many images related to agricultural engineering as well as general agricultural work. The collection has been retained in the alphabetical order in which it was received. An additional inventory is available.
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.