Found in 41 Collections and/or Records:
The papers of Albert A. Reed consist primarily of correspondence, minutes, reports, and publications of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.
The papers include correspondence, subject files, teaching materials, educational reports, publications, and biographical information, as well as correspondence and records related to the New School for Social Research.
The collection consists of a short manuscript by Arthur E. Bestor that briefly describes the history of Chautauquas and their contributions to adult education. The typed manuscript is dated August 14, 1929.
The records consist of artifacts including clothing and accessories, varsity letters, patches, stickers, pins, trophies, and pennants.
The collection consists of survey reports from Nebraskan school districts and counties and includes information on school reorganization, enrollment projections, educational facilities, and more.
The collection consists of Centennial Education Program brochures, course descriptions, photographs, clippings, and publications such as directories, guides, and newsletters.
College of Arts and Sciences
The collection consists of minutes of the Teachers College Course of Study Committee as well as information about programs and catalog changes, emergency certificates, and approved degrees.
The files are arranged alphabetically.
The collection consists of "Educational Monographs", no. 1-15 and "Contributions to Education", no. 16-41. These publications from the University of Nebraska Teachers College relate to primary and secondary education and school administration.
One photograph of a classroom, the "corner in Principal's room, 6th Street school" including E.H. Morgan, 4th grade.
The collection includes correspondence, notes, a bibliography of G. E. Howard's writings, a portfolio, scrapbooks, and papers relating to various seminars. Most of the materials relate to history of the United States circa the colonial and Revolutionary War period and to legal history. Some materials relate to ancient Roman and English history and to Howard's personal interests and activities.
The collection is arranged alphabetically according to subject headings.
The records consists of a Human Relations Activity Kit which includes a Human Relations Experiment Manual and materials for the activities such as blocks, squares, and pegs.
The collection consists of independent study manuals for a variety of courses from elementary through adult continuing education.
The collection consists of stereopticon slides showing images related to the history of education from ancient to modern cultures. An additional inventory of slides is available.
The collection consists of James Horner's correspondence and typescripts, publications, and articles about agricultural education.
The records consists of programs and abstracts from the Women in Educational Leadership Conference.
The collection consists of bulletins, minutes, receipt stub books, bank deposit books, and correspondence.
The collection includes biographical information, scrapbooks, manuscripts and publications written by Werner, his thesis and dissertation, and syllabi and record books from the education classes he taught. An additional inventory is available.