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bells (idiophones)

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Percussion vessels consisting of a hollow object, usually of metal but in some cultures of hard clay, wood, or glass, which when struck emits a sound by the vibration of most of its mass; they are held in position at their vertex, the point farthest from their rim, and their zone of maximum vibration is towards the rim.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Red hockey bell, circa 2012

 Item — Object Hockey [5]
Scope and Contents

Red bell for hockey games with “O” logo and sponsor First National Bank, circa 2012.

Dates: Other: circa 2012

Steve Shorb Memorabilia, circa 2004-2014

 File — Box 2014-008.1
Scope and Contents Criss Library polo shirt, black with "O" mark and "Criss Library" on left breast, size small, polyester, circa 2014 ; Volleyball signed by UNO volleyball players and with Durango head, circa 2012 ; Handpainted "Maverick Fans" pottery crock, 2007 ; Red bell for hockey games with "O" logo and sponsor First National Bank, circa 2012 ; UNO Centennial miniature flag and stand, circa 2008 ; Official hockey game puck signed by coach Dean Blais, with "O" logo and "Mavs" handwritten by Blais, circa...
Dates: circa 2004-2014

University Relations and University Communications Memorabilia, 1978-2018

 File — Box Memorabilia [19]
Scope and Contents UNO-branded memorabilia, including:- Commemorative medallion from Chuck Hagel Symposium in Public Service, March 23, 2018- Commemorative medallion from UNO Division 1 Inaugural Season, 2011- Commemorative medallion with UNO logo on one side and Arts and Sciences Hall on the other, in cloth pouch, circa 2011-2018- "All access" pass for visit to UNO by U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, June 19, 2013- NCAA Men's Soccer...
Dates: 1978-2018

UNO memorabilia

 File — Box Memorabilia [5]
Scope and Contents

Unsorted box of miscellaneous UNO memorabilia (VHS tapes, DVDs, audio cassettes, coasters, pins, luggage tags, bell, water bottle, coffee mug, koosie, and foam horns).

Dates: 1908-present