Found in 194 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, class lists, photographs, slides, the original silk screens, and other material related to the 1941 Univeristy of Omaha Tomahawk student yearbook collected by editor June Anderson Soderlund.
A-5053 Jewish Motorcyclists Alliance (JAMA) (2006) and Ride to Remember (2008), 2007-2008, 11/19/2018
This collection is primarily correspondence, photographs, and publicity materials relating to ILUNO students within UNO International Studies and Programs. Two photo albums and a few VHS tapes document social activities for UNO ILUNO students.
The Afghanistan Art and Ephemera Collection includes a variety of artworks, photographs, and ephemera that are from, depicting, or otherwise related to Afghanistan. See the individual components in this finding aid for details.
The photographs are related to the Arthur Paul Afghanistan Collection at the University of Nebraska at Omaha Libraries, Afghan mujahideen, Afghan refugees, Doctors Without Borders operating in Afghanistan, unidentified Afghanis, and other photos related to Afghanistan.
The photo album contains black and white photograph prints relating to the Bennett and Allen families, with additional extended family possibly represented. The majority are individual or group portraits. With the exception of Palto Alto, no locations are listed and the date range includes the years 1913, 1942, 1951, and 1977, among others.
Small collection consisting of reproduced documents pertaining to Bertha Mengedoht Hatz, arts patron and donor to the University of Omaha. Items in the collection include family photographs, newspaper clippings relating to Hatz’s donations and her 1963 postmortem endowment to the University of Omaha, a photograph of Hatz’s donated items on display, and a photocopy of Hatz’s last will and testament.
Contains news clippings, newsletters (1999-2001), event programs, dance cards (1890s-1908), membership information, and photographs of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity.
The papers of Betti Coleman Sage include programs, invitations, photographs, news clippings, and other ephemera from her years as a OU student (1955-1957) as well as some material from the University of Nebraska at Omaha Alumni Association in the 1970s.
The Block and Bridle Club records contain annual publications, award banquet programs, newspaper articles, memos, an event poster and ticket, and photographs of club members, Nebraska Big Red Beef Progress show, cattle exhibitions, and other events.
The collection of photographer and author Bruce Richardson includes photographs, correspondence, manuscripts and publications, and other material related to Afghanistan, especially, the Soviet-Afghan War, beginning in the 1980s. Prior to his death, Richardson donated photographs and books to the collection at various times. For example, prior to October 2012, Richardson donated 13 high-quality photographs that document the later years of the Soviet war in Afghanistan.
The photograph album is dated "1936" on the first page, which contains a typewritten forward describing the black and white photograph prints that show execution methods. The final pages include news clippings on executions in Peiping. The headline on the clipping from the Daily Times (Chicago, Illinois), dated Apr. 3, 1936, reads "The Camera Sees Mass Execution in Peiping."
Includes 30 photographs taken in Columbus, Nebraska, possibly in 1907. The sepia-toned photos show people, some among the buildings, bridges, river ice and possible river flooding, and train tracks. Selected photographs are captioned in light pencil, such as the original caption "1st National Bank, 27th Ave, Columbus, Nebr.," "Grain Elevator, Columbus, Nebr.," "Depot Columbus Nebraska Meridian Hotel in background," and "Thurston Hotel Columbus Nebraska."