Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Physical objects produced or shaped by human craft, especially tools, weapons, ornaments, or other items that inherently give cultural clues about the person who made it or used it, and are further characterized by being of archaeological or historical interest and of the type collected by museums or private collectors.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Content Description This collection includes a variety of items chronicling the history of UNO Hockey since 1997. Along with Hockey equipment signed by players and coaches--jerseys, helmets, hockey sticks, pucks--there are binders containing the history of each hockey season from 1997-98 through 2016-17. There is also a collection of items generated by the UNO Hockey Blue Line Club, including publicity and membership materials. The collection also includes UNO Hockey t-shirts signed by players, UNO men's and...
Series — Box Hockey 
Scope and Contents A commemorative package was distributed to UNO Hockey season ticket holders in October 2015, the inaugural season at UNO Baxter Arena. The contents are held in a Maverick-branded black box and include: a souvenir ticket, a Baxter Arena hockey puck, a black Baxter Arena inaugural season cowbell, a copy of the book A Date with Destiny: October 23, 2015: The Inside Story of the people and events that led to the Baxter Arena by John Martin Fey with Don Leahy, an...
Scope and Contents The UNO Athletics Collection is comprised of an array of documents and other materials related to the intercollegiate athletics program at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and its predecessor the Municipal University of Omaha. The records include media guides, game programs, scrapbooks, artifacts and memorabilia, selected trophies and awards, marketing and publicity material, and administrative records from circa 1924 to the present. Included are materials related to specific sports,...
Series — Box 2018-038
Scope and Contents There were a wide variety of materials in this large accession, including plaques, posters, photographs, awards, and athletic equipment/jerseys. The material was divided into those items that will be photocopied or photographed and discarded and those items that will be added to the University Archives. Most of the items to be discarded were wooden plaques honoring individuals or teams. Items retained include: 1) Five first year (1997-98) UNO Hockey posters; Transferred to UNO...