Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of two photographic prints and four negatives showing American Institute of Chemical Engineers members.
The photo album depicts campus scenes at the University of Nebraska, student life (of "Bessie and Bob"), Chimney Rock in Morrill County, Nebraska, and Yosemite National Park in California.
The scrapbook consists of photographs, news clippings, and ephemera collected while Carol Kost attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Three University of Nebraska fraternity pins.
The collection consists of Earl W. Wyatt's notebooks containing notes for "Geology/Mineralogy 15", "Geology 131: Ores”, "Geology 133: Coal”, and "Geology 135: Oil” from 1929-1930.
One scrapbook, with news clippings, artifacts, programs, and photos.
A scrapbook from Geneva Hewitt, a 1921 University of Nebraska School of Music graduate.
The records consist of a scrapbook with photos, clippings, and programs relating to the activities of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln German Dramatic Club.
Six University of Nebraska and sorority pins.
The International Education Services, Student Affairs Records contain memos, reports, handbooks, newsletters, and pamphlets and flyers that provided information on services for students on the university campus and study abroad opportunities. There are also statistics on international students who attended the university.
There are two black and white panorama photographs of large groups of people:
1) 35" x 8" photograph labeled: University of Omaha Oct. 1926.
2) 30" x 8" photograph labeled: Student Body; University of Omaha; Omaha, Nebr. March 17 1926.
The records consist of 18 photographs from the 1920s with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus in the background.
The records consist of a photograph album depicting student life at the University of Nebraska during World War II.
Margaret Holland created this scrapbook between 1923-1925 and it contains autographs, memorabilia, and photographs related to her experiences as a student at Edgar High School (Edgar, Nebraska) and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Most of the materials are from her senior year at Edgar High School.
The records consist of a book of embryology laboratory notes by R.T. Young.
The records consist of the Nebraska Student Veterans Organization newsletter The Vet Gazette as well as handbooks.
The records consist of photographs, newspaper clippings, ephemera, song sheets, and scrapbooks.
The papers consist of a University of Nebraska alumni card issued in 1929, an unofficial class credit book, a program for a benefit concert held at the University Coliseum in 1941, and a page with a few biographical details about Dunn.