Found in 440 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains materials related to Loren Ghiglione's book CBS’s Don Hollenbeck: An Honest Reporter in the Age of McCarthyism and other academic articles about Hollenbeck. Materials include drafts, correspondence, research files, interviews, notations and edits, photographs, and news clippings.
The collection includes correspondence; research and publications by Louis C. Trzcinski; newspaper clippings; notes on clinics and area development; display materials on posture and movement studies; scrapbooks; and photographs. Of particular interest is Trzcinski's correspondence with Paul Stoeving.
The Louis V. Skidmore Papers consists of correspondence, articles, drafts, speeches, research notes, and photographs relating to Skidmore's work in animal pathology and parasitology. The bulk of the material consists of Skidmore's published articles and drafts relating to poultry diseases and parasites, bovine disease, animal hygiene, fowl cholera, cattle diseases, and lamb entropion.
The papers were donated to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln by Luis Romero in September of 1979. The papers consist mostly of manuscripts, newspaper clippings, and writings by or about Romero. There are some photos, audiovisual materials, and personal items.
The collection consists of one photo negative showing the Lutheran Chapel Choir.
The collection consists of six photo negatives showing members of Lutheran Students.
The collection consists of 12 photo negatives showing members and activities of the Lutheran Student Association.
The photographs include a collection of 35mm slides of museum photographs of quilts, woven coverlets, and furniture from the mid 1800s. Museum collections include Historic Deerfield, Inc, Old Sturbridge Village, American Textile History Museum, and others.
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.
This collection consists of the papers of Marvel L. Baker and includes his own writings, articles on Baker, and photographs. Included in his writings is an autobiography, titled One Goosenest Wasp (Notes to his Grandchildren).
The collection includes diaries and journals, correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, and memorabilia related to the work, travels, and personal lives of Mary Rokahr and her sister, Elsie Rokahr. The collection's teaching and extension materials relate primarily to home economics, women, and the University of Nebraska's teaching programs in Turkey and Yugoslavia.
The collection includes published patterns and handmade copies of patterns for quilts and applique. There are magazine and newspaper articles on quilt patterns, quilts, and quilt makers. Additional items include quilt show flyers and product catalogs, information on quilt shop classes, quilt shop newsletters, and items such as photographs.
The Don Marquis collection contains materials collected by Max Kober, an avid Marquis fan. Included in the collection is correspondence with other Marquis readers, the Don Marquis Letter, a newsletter concerning Marquis' prose, and satire and poetry.
Materials related to Mildred Weseen's attendance at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln include yearbook pages, programs, report cards and two graduation photographs. The remainder of the collection consists of teacher’s contracts from her early career, newspaper clippings, a photograph of her at retirement, and eulogies. Her scrapbook documents experiences at the University, including photographs of Ivy Day celebrations as well as outside activities.
Twenty black and white photographs showing the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus and men in the Army Specialized Training Program at UNL in the 1940s.