Buildings -- Nebraska -- Omaha
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
A print of the UNO campus featuring the Henningson Memorial Campanile and the building now known as the CPACS building prior to its renovation. Individually numbered "cp Noods 102/200" and the artist's signature "R Noods."
A pink advertising blotter for the Hotel Fontenelle in downtown Omaha, Nebraska. In addition to text, there is a drawing of the building with people and cars at street-level. The text reads "Center of everything -- Hotel Fontenelle -- Omaha's Welcome to the World! -- Six floors of air conditioned sleeping rooms." The blotter is 7.5 cm H x 16 cm W.
A brick from OU's first building painted and presented by the Alumni Association to various alumni and employees. The bricks were painted gold on all sides and the words "Joslyn Hall 1917" were written on the side in blue. An unattributed and undated newsletter clipping shows Alumni Association President Gordon Severa presenting three such bricks to Dean William H. Thompson, Harry Byrne, and Judge A.C. Thomsen.
VHS videotape recording about the Sapp Fieldhouse renovation with Bob Danenhauer from September 12, 1998 (4:15 in length).
This collection includes architectural drawings of UNO buildings, including Arts and Sciences Hall, Weber Fine Arts, Thompson Alumni Center, College of Business Administration (Roskens Hall), Durham Science Center, and Henningson Memorial Campanile. The drawings were created by students enrolled in the UNL College of Architecture, circa 1992-1996.