Found in 439 Collections and/or Records:
The interview materials include subject files on individual quilters as well as 136 cassette tapes of interviews and speeches given at various quilting events. The subject files include biographical information and photos or slides of the interviewee, quilts they created or own, and correspondence with Dottie Moore.
The Maxwell Papers document his work with the forestry service throughout Nebraska. The records include field notebooks, outreach booklets that Maxwell either edited or wrote, newspaper clippings, photographs of Maxwell and his work, and awards received for his service as a forester and professor of the University of Nebraska. The records also include items relating to Maxwell's interest in the poetry of James Whitcomb Riley.
This collection contains mostly Ed Kopac's correspondence with different sources during his career as a Montana rancher and livestock feeder. Included in the correspondence are letters to senators, lawyers, and people in business with Kopac. There is correspondence concerning the Czech Pioneer Memorial and his contributions to that organization.
One photograph of a classroom, the "corner in Principal's room, 6th Street school" including E.H. Morgan, 4th grade.
Series 1: Departmental Correspondence, 1960-1973, arranged alphabetically, Boxes 1-30
Series 2: General Correspondence, 1960-1973, arranged alphabetically, Boxes 31-43
Series 3: Subject files, 1960-1974, arranged alphabetically, Boxes 44-126
Series 4. Foreign Training Programs, Box 119-127
Series 5: Misc. Correspondence, Box 128-133
Series 6: Photographs, Box 134
The materials include a handwritten diary, general, special and restricted military orders from Camp's ROTC service and as part of the U.S. Army. Camp's scrapbook includes correspondence, photographs, and newspaper clippings following World War II. One of Camp's ancestors served in the Civil War and the letters he wrote between 1862 and 1864 were transcribed and self-published by Andrew J. Morris in 1984.
The collection consists of one photographic print and two negatives showing members of the Engineering Executive Board.
The Ervin Krause Papers are primarily comprised of notebooks, manuscripts, and typescripts created by Ervin Krause and include short stories, novels, and nonfiction. Some of Krause’s stories exist only in handwritten form in notebooks. A small amount of correspondence, both personal and professional, is also found in the collection.
This collection contains the Faculty minutes, records and reports from its beginning as the Industrial College to the Institute on Agriculture and Natural Resources (IANR) from 1884-1964.
The collection includes an album of about 100 photo negatives by E.A. Frerich's of the class of 1921 showing Farm House members, agricultural facilities, and events such as the Farmer's Fair and picnics during 1920-1921. Also included are Frerich's scrapbook and chapter history and photographs of later chapter members.
The records include the newsletters "Farm Op. Spotlight" from 1931 to 1939, photographs from the College of Agriculture depicting Norman Heitshusen's short course in 1936 (photographs with the original caption "Pete" with an arrow are of Norman Heitshusen), and a newspaper article about Norman Heitshusen graduating as a Farm Operator after completing the University short course study.
The records consist of photographs from 1954 and annual yearbooks of the Varsity Dairy Club from 1957, 1963 and 1965.
The collection includes university, departmental and general correspondence; subject files; speeches and articles by Frank A. Lundy; and biographical information, as well as a few photographs and newspaper clippings.
The records consist of materials collected by Pacal and includes a variety of materials relating to his military service in the Philippines. Included are Spanish-American War Campaign Literature and materials, Nebraska Volunteer items, Military items of governmental issue, Far East mementos, Veteran Association items, and Nebraska Business and Civic items, photographs, etc.
The collection includes field notes; journals; short stories; correspondence; articles; research and subject files; family diaries; scrapbooks and clippings; and photographs.