manuals (instructional materials)
Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Books or treatises, often compendious, containing rules or instructions needed to perform tasks, operations, processes, occupations, arts, or studies, and intended to be used as reference while the task or study is performed.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents
The UNO Procedures Collection consists of a small number of procedural manuals originating from various departments within the University of Nebraska at Omaha. The manuals date from about 1977 through about 2004.
Content Description The records of the Queer and Trans Services (formerly Gender and Sexual Orientation) student agency include posters and fliers, handmade signs for protests or rallies, training and orientation material, office files, photos, and other material. Some of the handmade signs were made and used in response to an itinerant evangelical preacher who frequently visits campus and espouses his beliefs that include condemnation and hate outside of the Milo Bail Student Center. The collection documents...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Content Description The records of the UNO Women’s Resource Center student agency include administrative material created by the student agency as well as print and digital photographs (circa 1995-2014) and newsletters (circa 1995-1998) documenting the organization’s activities. A statement of purpose for the Women’s Resource from 1977 is the oldest document in the collection. The collection includes twelve signs created for the 2015 Homecoming drag show; one sign was deliberately ripped as part of that show's...
Dates: circa 1977, 1995-2015
Veterans Administration Manual, Contracts and Payments for the Education or Training of Veterans in Schools, Colleges and Universities, 1947
Scope and Contents Veterans Administration Manual, Contracts and Payments for the Education or Training of Veterans in Schools, Colleges and Universities, 1947, is a single copy of the printed volume which has been removed from its bindings. Corrections marked in different colors of ink and with different handwriting are marked on many pages, noting things that should be added or omitted, possibly noting edits intended for a future edition of the work. It is unknown who made the notations. It is believed that...