Women -- Nebraska -- Omaha
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Great Plains Black History Museum Collection
Collection — Box 1-16
Scope and Contents Archival material from the Great Plains Black History Museum (GPBHM) consists of over 200 document boxes of letters, photographs, clippings, artifacts, and other collection material. An archivist for the GPBHM inventoried the material and identified potential series for the collection, including Local Histories, Black Institutions, Family Papers, Rare Books, Musical Scores, Bertha Calloway’s Research Collection, Photographs, Artifacts, and Unknown or Miscellaneous documents. ...
Dates: 1906 - 1997
Mu Sigma Records
Collection — Multiple Containers
Content Description Organizational records of Mu Sigma, an Omaha club for women, that includes meeting minutes, membership lists, lists and descriptions of each year's programs, and related records of the study group's operations. There is a nearly complete record of meeting minutes beginning in 1892 and membership books and directories beginning in 1895. Digital copies of Mu Sigma's earliest meeting minutes books from 1892-1917 were previously created through the group's partnership with Marian High School and...
UNO Chancellor's Commission on the Status of Women Records
Collection — Box 2019-038
Scope and Contents The UNO Chancellor's Commission on the Status of Women Records comprise the print materials created by or gathered by the University of Nebraska at Omaha Chancellor's Commission on the Status of Women. The records cover the period from circa 1971 to the present. Included are annual reports (1974/1975-2008/2009, incomplete), awards luncheon information (1987/1988-2012/2013), budget information (1974/1975-1995/1996), documents relating to issues of concern, constitution/guidelines,...
UNO Legendary Woman Collection
Scope and Contents Each year, the University of Nebraska at Omaha selects a Legendary Woman who is announced and honored at the annual luncheon of the UNO Chancellor's Commission on the Status of Women (CCSW). The requirements for UNO Legendary Woman honorees include that they must have ties to the University of Nebraska at Omaha or its predecessor the University of Omaha, have done something especially noteworthy for the university or the community, and be deceased. An exception to the last requirement was...
Dates: 1920 - 2018
UNO Queer and Trans Services Records
Content Description The records of the Queer and Trans Services (formerly Gender and Sexual Orientation) student agency include posters and fliers, handmade signs for protests or rallies, training and orientation material, office files, photos, and other material. Some of the handmade signs were made and used in response to an itinerant evangelical preacher who frequently visits campus and espouses his beliefs that include condemnation and hate outside of the Milo Bail Student Center. The collection...
Women in Omaha Oral History Interviews
Content Description UNO History professor Dr. Elaine Nelson's students collected oral history interviews in spring 2017 for a course that resulted in the exhibit "Women in Omaha: A Biographical Sketch Through History" in January-July 2018 at the Durham Museum in Omaha. The interviews were collected from Omaha women and other people who knew the women such as descendants. Women included in the exhibition were: Dr. Jacqueline St John, Rita Melgares, JD, Ella Jean Rogers, Sarah Joslyn, Octa Keen, MSN, Rose...
WRC Homecoming Banner, 2015
Item — Object WRC 
Scope and Contents
UNO Women's Resource Center banner created for the 2015 homecoming banner contest for student organizations. The banner won second place. The banner was painted on a white sheet and features the Maverick, O, and campanile logos.
WRC T-Shirt, circa 2014-2015
Item — Box GSRC 
Scope and Contents
White t-shirt with black writing for the UNO Women's Resource Center Student Agency, circa 2014-2015. The front of the t-shirt bears a logo for the Women's Resource Center and the reverse includes the logo repeated along with the text "I am a female. / Fe=Iron / Male=Man / Therefore, I am Iron Man."
Dates: circa 2014-2015