Fifty Years of Teaching History at the University of Omaha, 1908-1957
Oliver Pollak's research notes for the article "Fifty Years of Teaching History at the University of Omaha, 1908-1957," published in Journal of the West, volume 42, issue 3, Summer 2003. This series includes handwritten notes, photocopied articles with handwritten annotations, correspondence, OU faculty records, and a copy of the journal issue with the finished article. Research materials are arranged alphabetically by name of the faculty member who taught history at OU during the first fifty years of the institution's existence. Postmarks on envelopes containing research notes suggest that Pollak began research for this article in or before 1994.
- Pollak, Oliver B. (Researcher, Person)
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