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Image of RG0796.AM - RG0796 Crittenden, Cornelia Williams, 1895-1959

RG0796.AM - RG0796 Crittenden, Cornelia Williams, 1895-1959

The materials in this collection relate to Cornelia Williams Crittenden and various family members. Of particular interest are Cornelia Crittenden's reminiscences of her University days. Other items include a few pieces of family correspondence, genealogical materials, legal papers, and newspaper articles. Negatives of family photographs have been transferred to the Photograph collections.

Image of RG0912.AM - RG0912 Pound, Louise, 1872-1958

RG0912.AM - RG0912 Pound, Louise, 1872-1958

This collection is arranged in seven series: 1) Biographical and personal information; 2) Correspondence, 1881-1958; 3) Folklore materials; 4) Literature/language materials; 5) Lectures and speeches; 6) Organizations and activities; and 7) Miscellaneous. Most of the materials reflect Louise Pound's lifelong research interest in American folklore, folk songs, dialects, and popular language. They provide details concerning her career at the University of Nebraska and the academic, civic and social organizations to which she belonged. Miss Pound's biographical materials, including a complete bibliography of her publications and clippings detailing her accomplishments, are in located in Ser

RG1009.MI - RG1009.MI: Dunlap, James R.

16mm motion picture film shot by Lincoln (Nebraska) photographer James R. Dunlap for various clients. Includes footage of: Charles Starkweather and Caril Ann Fugate (c.1958); Waterskiing at the Lincoln Air Force Base's Aqua Air Show, Bowling Lake (1959); University of Nebraska campus scenes and Lincoln Air Force Base open house (1959); and President Richard Nixon addressing the University of Nebraska football team (1971).

RG1658.MI - RG1658.MI: Geier, Jacob G.

Seventeen 8mm and 16mm amateur footage film reels of the University of Nebraska men's gymnastic team from 1935 to 1965. Mostly covering the 1960s, the footage includes practice, NCAA and regional meets. The film was owned (and presumably some shot) by Jacob G. Geier, UN-L gymnastics coach fro 1947 to 1969.

RG4776.AU - ilableRG4776.AU: Kotouc, Otto

Kotouc discusses his service in the Nebraska Legislature, first in the 1909 and 1901 sessions and later in the Unicameral in the 1950s. Early issues were local option, the move of the University to the Agricultural College campus, and political lobbying. He mentions his relations with or knowledge of political figures such as James Dalman, William Jennings Bryan, Robert B. Howell and others. Interesting insights are provided comparing the bicameral legislature with the later Unicameral, partularly in regard to lobbyists and partisanship. Other topics mentioned are ethnic voters and the exploration for oil in Nebraska in the 1930s.

RG4808.AU - RG4804.AU: Patrick Family

Mr. and Mrs. James Patrick, Betty (Patrick) Gaines, Ruth (Patrick) Thomas, and Helen (Patrick) Seward are the members of the Patrick Family interviewed. The interviews deal with the pioneer experiences of the James Arthur Patrick Family. Patrick's father homesteaded near Aurora, Nebraska in the 1870s. The Patricks were among the few African-American homesteaders to claim land in this area of Nebraska. James A. Patrick remained on the farm until 1910, and relates early farming conditions, crops, livestock, and social activities. He also mentions the family's relationships with the white community. Later portions of the interview deal with the Patricks' life in Lincoln, Nebraska during the 1920

Image of 11011-55 - Pin, Lapel; Center for Great Plains Studies, 2000

11011-55 - Pin, Lapel; Center for Great Plains Studies, 2000

Oval pin with a white center section edged with dark green. In the center is a tri-color bison with silver lettering above it that reads "Center for Great Plains Studies." Beneath the bison is "2000." Silver lettering inside the green border, along the bottom edge, reads "University of Nebraska." Straight pin with metal cap on reverse.

Image of 11640-305 - Volleyball, Miniature, University of Nebraska Souvenir

11640-305 - Volleyball, Miniature, University of Nebraska Souvenir

Red and white striped small volleyball. Sponsor names in blsck on three of the white stripes: "Baden" twice and "Valentino's" once. Inflate hole in one white stripe with instructions.

Image of 13334-7-(1) - Patch, Insignia; with pin, Tassels, University of Nebraska Female Pep Club, 1973-1976

13334-7-(1) - Patch, Insignia; with pin, Tassels, University of Nebraska Female Pep Club, 1973-1976

Red, white, and brown patch representing Tassles, the University of Nebraska Female Pep Club. Center section is white with capital letters "N" and "U" outlined in red. The "N" overlapes the upper portion of the "U." Above the letters is an inverted red triangle with a white capital "T" in the center. Along the edges is a design of red and brown waves, that look somewhat curtain-like.

Image of 13334-7-(2) - Pin, Insignia; on patch, Tassels, University of Nebraska Female Pep Club, 1973-1976

13334-7-(2) - Pin, Insignia; on patch, Tassels, University of Nebraska Female Pep Club, 1973-1976

Very small pin in the shape of an inverted triangle. White capital letter "T" in the center against a red background. Outer edges of triangle and "T" outlined in gold. Vertical straight pin on reverse. Insignia for Tassels, the University of Nebraska Female Pep Club.

Image of 13334-8 - Tassel, Academic; University of Nebraska Graduation, 1976

13334-8 - Tassel, Academic; University of Nebraska Graduation, 1976

Black tassel bound at the top with yellow-gold metal. Suspended from a small loop on the metal binding is a miniature Liberty Bell with a number "76" over it. At the top is a loop of black twine.

Image of 9044-8 - Paddle, Fraternal; Sigma Gamma Epsilon, David M. Gradwohl

9044-8 - Paddle, Fraternal; Sigma Gamma Epsilon, David M. Gradwohl

Stained and sealed wooden paddle in the shape of a shovel. Along one side of the shaft is a signature in black ink "David Mayer Gradwohl." Red lettering on each side of the handle portion signifies the Sigma Gamma Epsilon Earth Sciences honor society. David Gradwohl was elected to the society in 1954 while a student at the University of Nebraska. Signatures of other pledges are written on the spade section, beneath Gradwohl's signature. On the opposite side are signatures of faculty members and "Actives," upperclassmen already a part of the society.

Image of 9242-3 - Card, Rural Traveling Art Gallery

9242-3 - Card, Rural Traveling Art Gallery

A small paper that reads in type "This Exhibit was made possible by a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York." Above it handwritten in black ink is "Rural Traveling Art Gallery" and below "To The University of Nebraska.

Image of 9857-310 - Catalog, Exhibit, Nebraska Art Association

9857-310 - Catalog, Exhibit, Nebraska Art Association

Program for the Nebraska Art Association Forty Fourth Annual Exhibition of Paintings. 1934. Morrill Hall, University of Nebraska. Inside are names of the artists with lists of their exhibits.

Image of 9857-311 - Catalog, Exhibit, Nebraska Art Association

9857-311 - Catalog, Exhibit, Nebraska Art Association

Pea green program for the Nebraska Art Association 59th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art. 1949. Morrill Hall, University of Nebraska. On the front is a black and white sketch of people looking at an art exhibit. Inside are names of artists with lists of their exhibits. There are also several black and white photographs of different artwork in the exhibit.

Image of 9857-312 - Catalog, Exhibit, Nebraska Art Association

9857-312 - Catalog, Exhibit, Nebraska Art Association

Golden yellow program for the Nebraska Art Association Fiftieth Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art. 1940. Morrill Hall, University of Nebraska. Inside are names of artists with lists of their exhibits. There are also several black and white photographs of different artwork in the exhibit.

Image of 9857-313 - Catalog, Exhibit, Nebraska Art Association

9857-313 - Catalog, Exhibit, Nebraska Art Association

Dark green and white program for the Nebraska Art Association 58th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art. 1948. Morrill Hall, University of Nebraska. On the front cover is a black and white chalk drawing of a girl with a fruit bowl that is part of the exhibit. Inside are names of artists with lists of their exhibits. There are also several black and white photographs of different artwork in the exhibit.

RG1674.PH - Collection, Photograph

Photographs related to long-time Omaha World Herald sports writer Gregg McBride. Subjects include portraits of McBride; McBride and the University of Nebraska tennis team; McBride talking to Bob Devany.

Image of RG2183.PH001937-000921 - Negative, Sheet Film

RG2183.PH001937-000921 - Negative, Sheet Film

The Social Science Building at 512 North 12th Street on the University of Nebraska campus, Lincoln, NE.

Image of RG2411.PH0-000065 - Print, Photographic

RG2411.PH0-000065 - Print, Photographic

A portrait of Hartley Burr Alexander (1873-1939), philosophy professor at the University of Nebraska. He was chairman of the Philosophy/Psychology Department from 1918 to 1927.