clippings (information artifacts)
Found in 78 Collections and/or Records:
The papers consist of articles, newspaper clippings, letters, and various memorabilia about poet Weldon Kees, collected by Marion Weston.
The Matinee Musicale Club Records document the activities of the Omaha women's club through programs, news clippings, correspondence, and other records. Much of the collection was originally arranged in scrapbooks and binders before being disassembled.
Much of this collection includes materials generated by Professor Pollak during his historical research and through his association with the Missouri Valley History Conference. Also included are materials from the Winchell Lecture Series sponsored by the UNO Department of History.
The records of the Omaha Symphony Orchestra predominantly document performances and public activities of the organization. The collection includes marketing and promotional materials (mostly late 1980s to the 2010s), concert programs, scrapbooks containing news clippings and ephemera (1950s-1980s), and other records. A small number of photographs (undated) and posters (predominantly 2000s) are also part of the collection. Audio and video recordings are not part of the collection.
The two scrapbooks of Phi Delta Psi sorority at Omaha University include news clippings, photographs, invitations, programs, notecards, ephemera, and other material. The scrapbooks cover the period up to Phi Delta Psi joining the national sorority Alpha Xi Delta in 1950. The smaller of the two scrapbooks includes the silouette of a small dog on its cover.
The scrapbook of Sarah Finch was created by re-using the ledger of an unidentified business. Miss Finch’s scrapbook includes sheet music, poetry, news clippings, and illustrations. The sheet music includes a printed sheet as well as the handwritten Stephen C. Fosters song "Hard Times." The merchant’s entries cover approximately 100 pages and identification of the merchant may be possible with further study.
The series documents the School of Health and Kinesiology (H&K) and its predecessor known as HPER (Health, Physical Education, and Recreation). Record times include annual reports, news articles, advertisements for study participants, fliers, correspondence, budget information, and newsletters. Also included is some material related to earlier related programs such as the Women's Physical Education and the Recreation and Leisure Studies Program.
Material from the celebration of the 1955 Tangerine Bowl Championship football on April 12, 2014, including photographs, news clippings, copies of the game film and audio, and other material.
Material includes posters, news stories, and related material about U.S. Poet Laureate Ted Kooser's poetry reading at UNO on October 27, 2004.
The collection of Thomas A. Rowland, OU class of 1950, includes his freshman beanie, three small red "Omaha U" pennants, a 1949 OU recreuitman booklet, a photograph, and news clippings.
The Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway material from the personal collection of Tim Medley includes articles in magazines and newspapers, letters to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, material from shareholder meetings, Medley’s personal notes on Buffett, other material.
The Tom and Medora Harper Tangerine Bowl collection includes programs, tickets, news clippings, a scrapbook, and t-shirt related to football at Omaha University and specifically the Tangerine Bowl. Tom Harper was a member of the class of 1956.
The proposal for the Toreador Red Chandelier by Dale Chihuly for the Peter Kiewit Institute building at UNO includes drawings, photographs, negatives, and a news clipping.
The Office of University Communications kept these staff files handy in case a photo or other information about a member of the UNO staff, faculty, or administrator was needed for a press release or internal statement.
This is a collection of materials generated during writing of University of Nebraska at Omaha (2007) by Oliver B. Pollak and Les Valentine, a title in the Arcadia Publishing Campus History Series. The collection includes correspondence, newspaper articles, written notes, and rough draft photocopies. These materials predominantly date to circa 2006-2007.