University of Nevada, Reno
Found in 268 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: NUB 23/06/02
Identifier: NUB 23/06/03
Identifier: NUB 23/06/04
Identifier: AC 0563
Overview Charles Johnstone Armstrong, 10th president of the University of Nevada, was born on June 22, 1911, in Victoria, British Columbia. He attended Victoria College and graduated from the University of British Columbia in 1932. He received his doctoral degree in classical philology from Harvard University in 1936. Charles J. Armstrong (1911-1994) served as the 10th president of the University of Nevada, Reno from 1958-1967. The collection contains records created by the Office of the President...
Identifier: AC 0010
Abstract The records in this collection include the petitions supporting Crowley's candidacy and news clippings. Also included are taped interviews with eight members of the search committee, conducted by the Oral History Program, and entitled Presidential Search Committee Memoirs, 1978-1979.
Identifier: AC 0611
Abstract The records are composed of issues of the Office's newsletter, Pack Tracks; information about the Silver Scholars Program for recruitment of high school students; and marketing booklets, brochures, and postcards. Some are in Spanish.
Abstract Radio interviews conducted by Smith in Reno, Nevada with individuals on topics dealing with Nevada. Included are Thomas Woodnutt Miller, discussing the American Legion; Joseph McDonald talking about Rhyolite, Nevada; and Jack Duelks discussing aviation.
Abstract Register of visitors to the Nevada exhibit at the fair, 1898; also used as a visitor register at the University of Nevada, 1899-1908.,Includes addresses of visitors.
Identifier: AC 0613
Overview The University of Nevada, Reno Campus Centennial Records include copies of "The First Century" by Bob Blesse and James Hulse, correspondence, planning committee material, "Laying the Cornerstone" etchings by Nevada artist Roy Purcell, marketing material, a special supplement to the Reno-Gazette Journal, proclamations by Governor Richard Bryan and Mayor Peter Sferrazza, program brochures, and videotapes of the ceremony.
Identifier: AC 0260
Abstract White Pine Hall and Juniper Hall were women's dormitories, which, in 1967, joined in the creation of the Residence Hall Association, RHA, which acted as the spokesman for all residence hall members. First scrapbook, 1962-1968, documents White Pine Hall and Juniper Hall, and contains news clippings, flyers, and photographs of dormitory activities, officers, and queen candidates. The second scrapbook, 1968-1973, documents the Residence Hall Association, and includes the constitution, by-laws,...