University of Nevada, Reno
Found in 268 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: NUB 23/03/39
Identifier: NUB 23/05/09
Identifier: NUB 23/05/26
Overview Ludowig (Louis) Edmund Wedertz (1824-1881) operated a stage station at Sulpher Springs on the Carson-Aurora road from about 1862-1866 when he moved his family to Aurora for two years. By 1874 they were living in Sulpher Springs again where Clarence R. and Frank Lewis were born. In 1881, Wedertz opened a store in Bridgeport, California, which his widow Niklamine ran after his death in December 1881. The family continued to live in Bridgeport and Smith Valley. The collection primarily contains...
Identifier: AC 0559
Abstract The Wolf Pack's first mascot was an anthropomorphized wolf named Wolfie, who retired in 1999. His nephew, Alphie, took over the duties of cheering in 1999. In 2007, Alphie was joined by his younger brother, Wolfie Jr. In 2011, Wolfie Jr. was named the Capital One Mascot of the Year in the tenth annual challenge, winning $20,000 for the University's mascot program. Luna was introduced in 2013 as the sister to Wolfie Jr. and Alphie, following an ASUN naming contest. The collection consists of...
Abstract Letters between Ted Wolford and Mary Ellen and Alton Glass about the University of Nevada and their classmates, including Gordon B. Harris.
Identifier: AC 0342
Overview Women's Studies was an interdisciplinary program in the College of Arts and Science. Established in 1978, the program provided students with a fuller understanding of the nature and role of women, along with their contributions to civilization, through academic study. The collection contains correspondence, information on Women's History Month and other campus programs, proposals, course descriptions, finances, and Women's Studies Advisory Board material. Of interest is a research report about...
Identifier: AC 0383
Overview On January 16, 1997, under the auspices of the Nevada Women's History Project, twenty five women who attended the University during World War II and immediately after, 1939-1950, met and recalled the impact of the war on school and on their lives. The collection contais a video recording of the women speaking about her personal experiences, including dating, classes, rationing, housing, and war-related activities.