shirts (main garments)
Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Generally refers to various types of main garments for the upper body, made with or without sleeves and worn over or tucked in the waistband of a skirt, trousers, or the like. Usually having a collar, which may be detachable, often a front opening, and sometimes pockets. Specifically often refers to an article of male attire with long sleeves terminating in wristbands or cuffs. It originally referred to undergarments for the upper part of the body, made of linen, calico, flannel, silk, or other washable material; originally always worn next to the skin.
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Item — Box Alpha Xi Delta 
Scope and Contents The UNO Artifact Collection includes objects related to the University of Nebraska at Omaha and its predecessor the University of Omaha, from circa 1908 to the present. The collection includes a diverse array of OU and UNO branded items, t-shirts, hats, sweaters, blankets, scrapbooks, proclamations, trophies, award plaques, flags, pennants, pins, pens, seat cushions, coffee mugs, toys, ephemera, memorabilia, and other objects.The bulk of this collection has not yet been...
File — Box 2017-021
Scope and Contents This collection includes two early UNO Women’s Athletics jerseys (possibly for softball); two bracelets commemorating UNO participation in the 1968 AIAW Women’s Softball World Series held in Omaha; a powder compact also commemorating the 1968 CWS; a striped locker room towel.
Item — Object Apparel 
Item — Box Apparel 
Scope and Contents See also the Athletics series for apparel items associated with a particular sport and the Organizations series for apparel items associated with a particular student or staff group.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Content Description The Terry Sweeney and Pat Phalen Papers document some of their interests and life together in Omaha, Nebraska in the late 20th and early 21st centuries including participating in Marches on Washington (1987, 1993), writing the regional newsletter/magazine The New Voice for a decade, Phalen’s reign as ICON Emperor, the Omaha leather scene, safe sex and HIV/AIDS education, workplace activism, and other activities of the local LGBTQ community. The collection includes newsletters, event...
Item — Box 2017-011
Scope and Contents This item is a bowling Shirt worn by a member of the UNO women’s bowling squad during the period 1969-1971. On the back of the shirt is a cross-stitched image of OUampi, the school Indians mascot, along with "UN Omaha."
File — Box Softball