Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Serials published at stated, frequent intervals, such as daily or weekly, and containing news, editorials, features, advertisements, and other items of current interest.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The Early American Newspaper Collection is comprised of 23 issues of various newspapers from the United States, primarily from the nineteenth century. An incomplete but representative listing of titles includes Brother Jonathan (April 18, 1840), Frank Leslie's Boy's and Girl's Weekly (February 5, 1870), Harpers Weekly (March 15, 1879), Puck (June 27, 1883), and Wilkes Spirit of the...
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents The collection gathered by Joan Olsen documents student activities of interest to her including her sorority and the Gateway student newspaper. The collection includes Alpha Xi Delta brcohures, posters, and other publicity material. Scripts for a program or pageant perhaps for the sorority as well as programs from university honors convocations, dance programs, and other events are in excellent condition. Also included are loose copies of the Gateway and a bound copy of the Gateway for the...
Scope and Contents The League of Nations Newsletter Collection comprises original, print copies of Round the World with the League of Nations and League of Nations Chronicle. For Round the World with the League of Nations, the collection includes May 1926; March 1930; March-June, October, and December 1931; and January-June 1932. For League of Nations Chronicle, the collection includes March 1929 through December 1934,...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Content Description Sitting U.S. President Barack Obama visited Omaha on January 13, 2016, the day after his final State of the Union address. Included in the collection are five red and blue unsigned admission tickets, an admission ticket signed by B.J. Reed, a badge, a film (Hi8 MP cassette format), copies of the Omaha World-Herald and Gateway newspapers about the speech at UNO’s Baxter Arena. Also included is a thank you card from President Obama after his visit to Omaha.
File — Box Roskens Hall