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Academic rites and ceremonies

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Cheerful--Courageous--Confident: The Gift of an Idea to the University of Omaha Class of 1947, by Rowland Haynes, President

 Collection — Box All
Identifier: UNO-0087
Scope and Contents

Cheerful--Courageous-- Confident: The Gift of an Idea to the University of Omaha Class of 1947, by Rowland Haynes, President is a printed commemorative copy of Rowland Haynes commencement speech to the 1947 OU graduating class, signed with a greeting by Rowland Haynes. The theme is cheerful courage through faith in God.

Leland Traywick Inauguration Collection

 Collection — Box All
Identifier: UNO-0093
Scope and Contents

The Leland Traywick Inauguration Collection consists primarily of correspondence and programs for the hiring and inauguration of Leland Traywick as President of the Municipal University of Omaha, 1965-1966. The collection includes a bound volume of records, predominantly correspondence, but also including committee information, invitations, seating arrangements, the inaugural address, press releases, and other records; a small selection of photographs of the inauguration; several ...

Nancy Belck Investiture Records

 Collection
Identifier: UNO-0020
Scope and Contents

The Nancy Belck Investiture Records are comprised of materials related to Nancy Belck's installation as Chancellor of the University of Nebraska at Omaha on April 17, 1998. The collection includes certificates of greetings and congratulations presented to Belck by representatives of other universities, a signed copy of the Southeastern Oklahoma State University Since 1909 book, records of the Investiture Committee, invitations, programs, publicity information, photographs, negatives, lapel ...

OU Commencement Marshal's Baton, circa 1930s

 Item — Object Ceremonial Objects [3]
Scope and Contents Wooden baton, also called a mace, with rounded ends, painted with red and black bands. A red and black tassel is tied through a hole drilled at approximately one-third of the baton's length. The baton is 24 inches long with a diameter of 1 1/4 inches. The baton was carried by the faculty marshal who led the procession at the University of Omaha commencement ceremony.