Found in 437 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains general materials pertaining to the College of Agriculture. Some types of materials include reports, publications, programs, photographs and postcards, scrapbooks and assorted materials from the College of Agriculture. Box four is mostly assorted photographs from different departments of the College of Agriculture from the 1940's-60's.
The collection consists of stereopticon slides showing images related to the history of education from ancient to modern cultures. An additional inventory of slides is available.
The collection consists mostly of informational brochures about the organization. Limited correspondence, the constitution, official charter, 17 photo negatives, and newspaper clippings are also included.
The collection consists of Ivan Wood's photographs showing Civilian Conservation Corp (CCC) projects in Nebraska. The photographs document the labor of the CCC, including erosion control, dam building, and terracing in Buffalo, Harlan, Johnson, and Pawnee counties, Nebraska, from 1933-1935. The photograph index is based on the descriptions written on the back of each photograph.
J. Robert "Bob" Kerrey, Congressional Papers include press materials from Bob Kerrey’s Senate career. Also include press materials from his time as Nebraska’s Governor and his Presidential campaign.
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 papers include correspondence regarding criminal cases that Reinhardt worked on as a consultant or that he researched, as well as correspondence with convicts. Included in the convict correspondence are letters from Charles Starkweather. Also in the collection are research materials and notes, publications, memorabilia and awards presented to Reinhardt during his career. Of special note is an autographed picture of J. Edgar Hoover.
The Metzger collection contains materials pertaining to the career of James Metzger, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln alum. During this career, Metzger served as a superintendent of a Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) camp, private businessman and USAID advisor based out of Turkey and Jordan. The materials include correspondence, bulletins, photographs and an autobiography of Metzger's life and works.
This collection contains the materials Sloup collected during service in WWII. Materials include biographical information, correspondence, records and a scrapbook. The scrapbook is of particular interest in that it contains many photographs of Sloup’s post in the Aleutian islands. These photos depict both military equipment and duties but also provide an insight into life in the barracks.
Consists of a Japanese military photo album from 1914-1916. There are also two photo albums including 1 of pre-World War II Seattle and 1 of World War II Japanese American soldiers.
The collection consists of two photo negatives showing members of the Jewish Students group.
The majority of letters are those from Jo Morris to Arlene Steinbach Garfinkel, with some written by Wright Morris. There are 23 letters and 8 postcards, with some photographs of the Morris family and their residences.
The collection consists of photographs of John Adams Jr. as part of the Nebraska Legislature and Kappa Alpha Psi, certificates of election to the legislature and qualifications as an attorney, photographs and an obituary of his wife Constance Bell Singleton Adams, and a newspaper clipping with cartoons of John Adams Jr. with the senators from Nebraska.
The collection includes a newspaper clipping containing information about John C. Page being appointed Commissioner of the Bureau of Reclamation by President Roosevelt, Page's retirement program, his obituary, and photograph.
The records consist of 18 photographs from the 1920s with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus in the background.
The papers include articles that Champe researched and published. There are additional articles that Champe brought together for his archaeological research. Additional components include correspondence, along with subject files that represent Champe's interests and his activities in professional organizations. Biographical information and photographs are located at the end of the materials.
The collection consists of the personal papers of Joseph Josten and includes correspondence, photographs, various subject files, news clippings, and newspapers. The materials relate mainly to Josten's work as a journalist during and after World War II.
The collection consists of the papers of Josef Martinek, including correspondence, manuscripts, publications, newspaper clippings, photographs, and audiocassettes. The materials relate to his career as an author and journalist.