Found in 440 Collections and/or Records:
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.
The collection consists of one photographic negative showing students in the journalism lab
The Junior Division and Counseling Services includes records such as correspondence, statements of purpose, student handbooks, brochures, annual reports, photographs, and news clippings regarding division services.
Contains news clippings, event programs, yearbook, and photographs from Kappa Alpha Theta sorority.
Contains news clippings, dance cards (1890s), and photographs from Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority.
The most significant portion of the materials are research files on quilts and textiles, which are dated from 1918 to the present. There are also newsletters, magazines, pattern books, and materials on quilt judging. Some of the items relate to institutions or groups such as the American Quilters Society, the Women of Color Network, and the Quilt Conservancy.
The collection consists of a signed studio portrait of Lady Bird Johnson, a letter from Thomas B. Thorson to Lyndon B. Johnson inviting him to speak for the University of Nebraska Faculty Club, and a response from Johnson’s assistant. The letters are from March 1968.
Memory book from 1918-1920s containing photos, letters and programs from various campus activities. Many of the photos have images of old University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus buildings and other scenes of campus life at the time.
The collection contains 1 film reel and photographs of U.S. war planes during WWII.
The papers include personal, business, and professional correspondence, lecture notes, diaries, journal articles, bibliographies, notebooks, genealogies, lists of insects collected and named, newspaper clippings, entomological publications, lists of genera and species determined by Bruner, detailed drawings of many species of grasshoppers, systems for plague eradication, detailed expense accounts, photographs and slides, and artifacts such as name plates, book plates, and drawing quills.
The records consist of an album with family photos, travel pictures, and photos of the University of Nebraska, an album of United States Army photos, a brochure, a photograph of Klasna, a copy of Klasna's obituary, Klasna's military officer's name plate and desk name plate, bronzed desk mementos, and a compact disc containing scanned pictures of the photo albums.
The collection includes documents relating to Aylsworth's teaching career and to his research on state and city legislations and congressional redistricting. His teaching materials include lecture notes, test questions, and lantern slides used in the classroom. There are some materials that were produced by students and these items are restricted. The final series of materials are photographs.
The collection consists of photographs showing University of Nebraska-Lincoln buildings; the Carnegie Library in Lincoln, Nebraska; buildings on Nebraska Wesleyan campus; and scenes of Franklin, Nebraska, including the Franklin Academy, city park, bridges, and the aftermath of a snowstorm in 1924.