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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Charles T. Jackson, Papers

 Collection — Box 001
Identifier: MS-0017
Scope and Contents The collection consists of correspondence and two manuscripts written by Charles Tenney Jackson.  Correspondence relates to publishing “The Buffalo Wallow” and to the acquisition of the manuscripts. “The Buffalo Wallow”, an autobiographical novel by Charles Tenney Jackson, was published by Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc. in 1953. The novel describes the author’s Nebraska boyhood. A sequel to “The Buffalo Wallow” was never published.
Dates: 1953

Hagel Archives, Audio Files, 1995-2008

 Series — Item 145 Digital Files
Series Description The Hagel Audio Files consist of 145 audio files from Hagel's U.S. Senate campaign in 1995-1996 and his two terms in office, 1997-2008. Recordings are a mix of Hagel's weekly conference calls with Nebraska media, speeches, press conferences, radio interviews, radio campaign ads, and misc. Hagel's weekly conference calls with the media--print, TV, and radio--take up the majority of the recordings. The calls were candid, on a variety of topics, and about 15-30 minutes each. Hagel opened each...
Dates: 1995-2008

Hagel Archives, Press, Media, and Speeches, 1996 - 2009

 Series — Box 1-20: Press, Media, and Speeches
Scope and Contents The Press, Media, and Speeches series is 19.3 feet (19 cartons plus one smaller box) of material from Senator Chuck Hagel's office in the U.S. Senate from 1997 to 2009. Unless otherwise specified the materials are arranged within each subseries in chronological order. The fourteen subseries range in size from one folder to multiple boxes. Key subseries are described below.The Interviews subseries is one foot (one carton) of material related to Hagel's interviews with press and media...
Dates: 1996 - 2009

Ivan Beede, Correspondence

 Collection — Box 001
Identifier: MS-0002
Scope and Contents The collection contains Ivan Beede’s letters to his friend Kenneth Forward written from 1920-1931. In his letters he describes life in Boston, its social scene and political campaigns, the newspaper world, and discusses contemporary writers, plays, and other events. Of special interest is his interview of the Gish sisters, R. Duncan, and Pola Negri. Beede also mentions several University of Nebraska professors like Frye, Gaffney, Gass, Rice, among other, obviously responding to remarks made in...
Dates: 1920-1931

John Forster, Letter

 Collection — Box 001
Identifier: MS-0183
Scope and Contents This collection includes one letter from John Forster to a Mrs. Swain. It is a notice of death, referring to the death of a Mr. Forster and the current condition of his recently widowed wife.
Dates: 1839, Feb. 15

Lawrence Youngman Papers

 Collection — Box 2018-046
Identifier: MSS-0127
Content Description This collection includes materials from Travel & Transport, Inc., Nebraska tourism, and Haulaway, Inc. Also included are materials gathered from Lawrence Youngman’s interest in Nebraska aviation and air travel in general and from the months he spent in Europe as an Omaha World-Herald correspondent during World War II.
Dates: 1920s to 2011