The Jack Newton Papers comprise the paper files of Dr. John Milton "Jack" Newton, longtime professor of psychology (1960-1999) who served as Dean of Arts and Sciences (1974-1994) at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. These file folders, envelopes, and loose papers have not yet been further arranged or described.
New material added 2010: "Random Memories of People & Experiences at OU/UNO," written by College of Arts & Sciences Dean Emeritus Jack Newton in December 2009. Also included are copies of correspondence from 1974-1979.
New material added 2015-08-14: The accession includes confidential material related to a personnel matter (access to this material is restricted) and personal material related to a semester-long study abroad in Austria, a group Grand Canyon rafting trip, and an investment club.
New material added 2016-12-14: The addition to the Jack Newton Papers includes letters sent to Prof. Newton when he became Dean of Arts and Sciences at UNO and a photo album from Newton’s trips across Nebraska with Japanese students studying at UNO. The materials date from circa 1975 through circa 2000.
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3.35 Cubic Feet (3 boxes; loose papers; 2 folders; 1 photograph album)
This collection has not been further arranged or described.
Received by Criss Library prior to 2014. Accession details are incomplete or absent.
"Random Memories of People & Experiences at OU/UNO" and copies of correspondence 1974-1979, gift of Jack Newton in April 2010.
New material added 2015-08-14: One folder donated by Ann Newton, wife of Jack Newton.
New material added 2016-12-14: Transferred to University Archives by Ann Newton.
Part of the UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections Repository