Found in 181 Collections and/or Records:
Records of Eta Sigma Gamma Alpha Omega Chapter at the University of Nebraska at Omaha include photographs, brochures, and scrapbooks from circa 1986 to 2004. Eta Sigma Gamma was a health education honorary society.
The papers of Eva Swanson include material about OU and UNO especially Air Force ROTC. The collection includes two scrapbooks about AFROTC, an unidentified reel-to-reel audiotape, a copy of Swanson's Reflections in Time interview, reunion material, a UNO calendar, and other material produced by and about the university and AFROTC.
A scrapbook from Geneva Hewitt, a 1921 University of Nebraska School of Music graduate.
Travel album or scrapbook documenting the trip of Gertrude Ball, Ridgway Ball, and Della Clapper from Omaha, Nebraska to the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. Their trip is narrated with extensive handwritten text in the album and includes photographs, postcards, and ephemera.
Scrapbook of J. Harris Gable, 1926. Gable was a founding editor of the Prairie Schooner, University of Nebraska librarian (1919-1933), and Director of the Nebraska Federal Writers Project.
Jack Plasters, WWII Military records contains Plaster’s diploma, photos, and World War II military patches and pins. Also included are several scrapbooks documenting Plaster’s 50th high school reunion and his experience in the U.S. Navy while stationed on the U.S.S. Baltimore and Pearl Harbor, Hawaii during World War II.
The scrapbooks were created by Regent John Payne and include newspaper clippings, correspondence, event programs, and photographs related to the University of Nebraska Board of Regents. The records also consist of 2 medals for Regent John W. Payne and his wife, JoDell Payne, from 1992.
Scrapbook created by an anonymous woman caught in a flood while traveling via train from Topeka to Wichita, Kansas with friends on a visit to friends. Their trip may have originated in Salina, Kansas. The scrapbooks opens with a typed account of their journey including being stranded in a Kansas town before reaching Wichita. The scrapbook also includes photographs and news clippings. The creator’s traveling companions were Iona Faulk and Eva Waite.
This collection includes materials from Travel & Transport, Inc., Nebraska tourism, and Haulaway, Inc. Also included are materials gathered from Lawrence Youngman’s interest in Nebraska aviation and air travel in general and from the months he spent in Europe as an Omaha World-Herald correspondent during World War II.
The Van Es Papers contain biographical information, newspaper articles, bibliographies, personal correspondence, and correspondence relating to his involvement in the American Veterinary Association and the publication of his book, Animal Hygiene and Preventative Veterinary Medicine (1949). Papers also include research notes, four volumes of newspaper publication scrapbooks, and publications relating to animal nutrition and disease, veterinary medicine, and rural hygiene.