Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Cassettes of audiotape. According to international standards, the tape is usually 0.15 inches (3.8 millimetres) wide and can carry 4 to 8 tracks.
Found in 125 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The ABC Breakfast Series comprises the print, audio, and video records of a lecture series organized by the University of Nebraska at Omaha, which ran from 1975 until 2006. At 31 seasons, it was among the longest-running speaker series in the United States. The ABC (Academy, Business, and Community) Breakfast Series brought in national-caliber speakers representing a variety of professional fields to Omaha for ticketed events held at hotels and convention centers. The number of speakers each...
Scope and Contents The American Indian Oral History and Omaha Folklore Project Oral History Collection contains oral history interviews of Native Americans in Omaha, Nebraska as well as interviews collected as part of a program called the Oral History Collection of the Omaha Folklore Project. The interviews cover the cultures and personal histories of interviewees in the U.S. as well as leaving Europe in the first half of the 20th Century. Topics of discussion include life in Omaha, World War I, the Great...
Collection — Box 2017-027
Scope and Contents The Bing Chen Papers comprises materials related to Information Science and Technology at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, covering the period from about 1971 until about 1996, with the majority of content concentrated in 1994 through 1995. This collection is closed to researchers. However, much of the content is duplicated in the Richard Flynn Information Science and Technology Collection and Dale Krane Engineering Collection, both of which are open without...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The Carl Jonas Papers hold the works of Omaha, Nebraska, novelist Carl S. Jonas. The manuscript portion of the collection includes typed novels and works-in-progress with hand-written corrections, including two versions of a novel entitled The X Family, an incomplete draft of The Deer and the Antelope Play, and three incomplete, untitled novels.New material added 2015-10-29: The papers of Carl Jonas include manuscripts of his...
Scope and Contents The Del Weber Awards and Honors Collection contains various awards and honors bestowed upon Delbert D. Weber during his time as Chancellor of the University of Nebraska at Omaha, 1977-1997. The collection includes framed awards, certificates, photographs, artwork, and political cartoons; certificates in padded folders; wall plaques; desk plaques; medals and medallions; t-shirts, ball cap, Japanese cloth, Japanese paddles, and other artifacts; and an audio cassette recording of Del Weber's...
Collection — Box 2016-091
Scope and Contents The Del Weber Papers comprise the paper files accumulated by Delbert Weber during his term as Chancellor of the University of Nebraska at Omaha (1977-1997). The files include correspondence, reports, memos, meeting minutes, forms, and other print records of the operations of the University of Nebraska at Omaha. These files have not yet been organized.New material added 2016-03-15: This collection includes 1) Materials generated following Professor Weber’s announcement that...
Scope and Contents This is a recorded message from Dennis Banks for Sam Moves Camp and was made by Banks late in 1976. Banks talked about his earlier years and his lack of knowledge regarding Native American religion and the Sun Dance. Banks also described the first Sun Dance he organized. He restarted the Sun Dances for Native American people which celebrates religion, tradition, and respect. Banks ended with a few words for Sam Moves Camp and a pledge to always be a Sun Dancer.
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Scope and Contents The Icarian Collection consists of court documents, correspondence, and other material created by the Icarian community in Corning, Iowa in the 19th century along with research material created and collected by UNO Sociology professors Wayne Wheeler and Mark Rousseau. The documents created by the Icarian community in the 19th century were received from multiple donors, including a descendant of Frank M. Davis, an attorney who worked on the community’s legal case. The research material created...
Scope and Contents An oral history interview with Ada Deer. This interview was conducted by S.I. Meyer on August 28, 1975. Deer was a Native American activist and an advocate for social justice. Early in her life, Deer had decided to be involved in helping Native Americans. She earned a Master of Social Work from Columbia University in 1961. Deer had served in many roles: Head of the Bureau of Indian Affairs; faculty for a special Indian project at the University of Minnesota; Director of Upward Bound at the...
Scope and Contents An oral history interview with Al Fast Horse. This interview was conducted by Hugh Reilly on May 12, 1977. Al Fast Horse was a full blooded Sioux from the Brule Tribe of the Rosebud Reservation. Al Fast Horse was educated by his grandfather in the traditional way of the Lakota tribes including the skills necessary to become the tribal medicine man. In this interview, Al Fast Horse talked about his vision to find the Medicine Hat Horse, how his vision came to fruition, and how his vision moved...
Scope and Contents The oral history interview of Albert Trimble concerning conditions on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota after Wounded Knee II was conducted by UNO student Thomas Brownoll on April 30, 1976. Trimble shared his thoughts about the Indian and non-Indian populations living on the Pine Ridge Reservation and gave details regarding his election as Tribal Council President when he ran against Richard A. "Dick" Wilson in 1975.
Scope and Contents The oral history interview of Alex Lunderman was conducted by UNO student Emmett Hoctor on November 10, 1975. Lunderman was Brule Sioux and grew up on the Rosebud Reservation in south-central South Dakota. Lunderman was the director of the Sioux Indian Center in Omaha, Nebraska, at the time of the interview. In his interview, Lunderman shared Native American legends including the Seven Campfires, the Wolf Girl, the War Bonnet, the Peace Pipe, the Sacred Black Hills, the Falling Stars, the Bear...
Scope and Contents The oral history interview with Alfred Gilpin was conducted by C. Dillentuig on May 20, 1977. In this interview Gilpin shared his experience in going to Washington, D.C. to speak with the Commissioner of Indian Affairs concerning the idea of halting the House Concurrent Resolution 108 bill that would have terminated all Indian tribes.
Scope and Contents The oral history interview of Alfreda Ware was conducted by UNO student Alice Milder on April 29, 1976. Ware discussed Omaha's Indian-Chicano Health Clinic including the disparities that existed as well as the needs and desires of Native Americans regarding health services. She compared health care on Indian reservations to health care available in cities. She also discussed Indian Health Services. She shared her criticisms of the existing healthcare system and incorporated firsthand...
Scope and Contents The oral history interview with Amy Ruth Primeau Richardson concerning her experiences as a Native American woman during the Great Depression was conducted by UNO student Janet Richardson on May 1, 1977. Richardson was Chippewa and born on the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation in Belcourt, North Dakota. Richardson shared stories about her childhood, education in boarding schools, and life in rural communities.
Scope and Contents The oral history interview of Anastasia Burke Dobney about the Great Depression was conducted by UNO student LuAnn M. McNary on December 11, 1976. Dobney shared her experiences raising her children as a single parent during the 1930s. She discussed the odd jobs she worked and the living conditions they were afforded during this difficult time. Her resiliency in her experiences shone through as she and her family made the best of hard times.
Scope and Contents The oral history interview with Andrea Olivo concerning her life growing up as an Omaha Indian living in the city of Omaha, Nebraska was conducted by UNO student Garnie O. Peterson on November 22, 1975. Olivo spoke largely about the education of herself, her parents, and American Indians in general. She also compared her experiences to that of American Indians that lived on reservations and other minority groups including Chicanos/ Latinos and African Americans.
Scope and Contents An oral history interview with Art Petersen. This interview was conducted by William Turner on an unknown date in the 1970s. Petersen was born and raised on a dairy farm in Bellevue, Nebraska. While on the farm, Petersen became the president of the Bellevue City Government and helped organize and create the district's fire department. In this interview, Petersen described his time on the farm, where he spent most of his life.
Scope and Contents The oral history interview of Betty Robertson conducted by UNO student Janet Hopkins on August 17, 1977 covers her experiences during the Great Depression. Robertson described what it was like for her to grow up in Central City, a small town in Nebraska, during the Great Depression. She discussed the time period from the stock market crash in 1929 to World War II. She explained several different aspects of the Great Depression such as the scarcity of jobs and how programs through the New Deal...
Scope and Contents An oral history interview with Carl Harvey. This interview was conducted by Jylurry Hollon on March 23, 1977. In this interview, Harvey talked about his life during the Great Depression, specifically dealing with bank closures and work programs implemented by U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt. Harvey also discussed his time working for the United States government during the World War II on the Manhattan Project in Hanford, Washington.
Scope and Contents This recording was identified on the original audio cassette tape as "Connie Peterson, MSN- Creighton University School of Nursing 1980 January 07." The audio is mostly intelligible. If you have more information about this recording, contact UNO Libraries' Archives and Special Collections.
Scope and Contents The oral history interview of Daniel R. Gruenig was conducted by UNO student Barbara Gruenig on December 5, 1976. Gruenig was an Omaha, Nebraska resident all of his life. He talked about the city of Omaha during the Great Depression. He shared the story of how his parents came to meet in Omaha when the city was young and rapidly expanding. He also talked about his memories of the layout of the city of Omaha including the growth and changing technology for transportation in the city. He also...
Scope and Contents The oral history interview of Daniel Sheehan regarding his legal work with the Wounded Knee II trials was conducted by UNO student Sandra Baxter on December 10, 1976. Sheehan discussed at length the conditions of Native Americans' land and civil rights in the 1970s and the Wounded Knee II trials.
Scope and Contents The oral history interview of Don Gehr, Sr. about the Great Depression era was conducted by the interviewee's son, Don Gehr, Jr. on December 5, 1976. Don Gehr, Sr. was a farmer in Humphrey, Nebraska during the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl. In this interview he described what he remembered of radio shows, baseball, and President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Scope and Contents The oral history interview with Don LaPointe was conducted by UNO student Pauline Pesek on October 30, 1975. The interview covered his position as the Tribal Chairman of the Santee Sioux Reservation in Niobrara, Nebraska and as the manager of the newly created Becton-Dickinson Plant on the Santee Sioux Reservation. LaPointe spoke mostly on the creation of the Becton-Dickinson Plant on the Santee Sioux Reservation and his opinions on current Indian Affairs, including the American Indian Movement...
Scope and Contents An oral history interview with Doris (nee Richardson) Findley. In her interview, Findley discussed her life before and during the Great Depression including Prohibition, Women's Suffrage, and the 1929 Stock Market Crash. She was born in 1903 in Brown County, Indiana. Findley talked about farming, memories of U.S. Presidents, Prohibition, women getting the right to vote, the World Wars, and other topic. She also shared her memories of the fear she felt after the bombing of Pearl Harbor during...
Scope and Contents The oral history interview of Doris Tucker about life in Florence and Omaha, Nebraska in the 1920s-1930s was conducted by UNO student Meg Green on October 1, 1978. Tucker shared information about the development of Omaha and her personal experiences growing up during the Great Depression in Nebraska.
Scope and Contents The oral history interview of Dr. Mitchel Cegielski was conducted by Andrew S. Fidler on April 4, 1977. Dr. Cegielski was a Polish physician who emigrated to the United States from Poland with his family in the 1950s and eventually settled in Omaha, Nebraska. In the interview Dr. Cegielski talked about his life and experiences while living in Poland during World War II. In particular, Cegielski compared German and Russian-occupied Poland. Dr. Cegielski also discussed his experiences after...
Scope and Contents An oral history interview with Dr. William DeRoin. This interview was conducted by Dianna Draun-Sumner on July 29, 1980. Dr. DeRoin was a member of the Indian Health Committee of the American Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. DeRoin is also a trained physician at University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) and makes site visits to Indian Health Service areas and reservations. During this interview Dr. DeRoin discussed contract care versus on-site Indian health and reservation life versus "real world"...