University of Nevada, Reno
Found in 269 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: NUB 23/03/39
Identifier: NUB 23/05/09
Identifier: NUB 23/05/26
Abstract Primarily, court records of Mono County, California. Most of the records were created at the time when Aurora, the county seat, was claimed by both Calif. and Nevada.,Also included is a Carson River water rights case which includes lengthy testimony on events in California and Nevada from the 1860's to 1900, certificates of incorporation of mining companies, a survey plat of Aurora, and family memorabilia from the University of Nevada.
Identifier: AC 0451
Abstract A compilation of materials related to the history of the College of Business Administration (COBA) and business and economics education and research at the University of Nevada, Reno. Assembled by dean emeritus of the college Robert C. Weems, the collection was used as research material for a history of the college, "Business for Nevada: The College of Business Administration at the University of Nevada, 1887-2000", published in 2001. The collection is comprised of a wide variety of materials...
Identifier: AC 0559
Abstract The collection consists of original drawings, offset printing negatives, prints, and other resources used by campus artists and printing services staff to prepare images of Wolfie and wolves for various athletics, campus events, and other marketing efforts.
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 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 possible barriers for women and minorities regarding careers in science by Patricia MacCorquodale, along with a copy of "Defining Moments in Women's Studies - UNR."
Identifier: AC 0383
Abstract At the beginning of the meeting, a synopsis of the war years at the university was read, listing memorable people and events. Then each woman spoke of her personal experiences, which included dating, classes, rationing, housing, and war-related activities.