Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
The addition to the Center for Afghanistan Studies series includes material about President Hamid Karzai’s visit to Nebraska and UNO, news clippings, and reports received by the center.
This series consists of one box containing a map, posters, several leaflets, a folded survival guide, and a matchbook, all relating to the Iraq War, 2003-2011. Materials are in varied languages.
Happy Hollow: Omaha's most desirable residence district where one look means a lot [brochure], circa 1925-1930, 2019-02-07
The records consist of 1945-issue tactical maps which trace the path of the 42nd Infantry Division across France and Germany during 1944 and 1945, various war-time publications, Austrian postcards, a field order, a dinner ticket, a brochure, a poster, a Rainbow Divisions Veterans Association chapter letter, and a program collected by Lieutenant John Woll during his postwar service in Austria.
The papers of Dr. Lonie E. Rudd include slides from his years living and working in Afghanistan and a small number of photographs. Also included in the collection are biographical information, printed items, and maps. Dr. Rudd’s family digitized a portion of the collection before it was donated to the repository and available digital images were shared with the repository.
The UNO CPAR records transfer includes material created by CPAR as well as resources used for the unit's work including Omaha census and population information.
The papers of Thomas Eighmy include maps, reports, documents, census and population studies, emails, and photographs of poppy fields related to his work in Afghanistan (1973).
The UNO Parking Collection comprises University of Nebraska at Omaha Campus Security parking rules, regulations, and campus maps (1963 to the present); reports, proposals, and studies relating to parking, garages, and traffic flow on campus (1970 to 1994); and newspaper clippings about campus parking from the Gateway and various Omaha-area newspapers (1937 to 1982, predominantly from 1970 to 1982).