Lincoln Hall (Reno, Nev.)
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 0645
Overview Collection includes original blueprints and drawings of remodeling work for various University buildings during the twentieth century.
Overview Clel Evan Georgetta (1901-1979) was White Pine County's Assemblyman for two terms and a member of the Nevada Republican State Central Committee (1935-1942). He was instrumental in passing the six-week divorce residency requirement and authored laws on range and water rights. The collection includes typescripts of Georgetta's fiction and non-fiction manuscripts, both published and unpublished, much of it based on Nevada themes, characters, and locales; personal diaries letters to daughter Caryl...
Identifier: AC 0059
Overview David Walker Hayes attended the University of Nevada, 1896-1900. He was a resident of Lincoln Hall Dormitory, and participated in athletics and various student societies. Robert M. Brambila was a 1897 graduate from the University. The collection contains university memorabilia: room and board receipts, athletic and theatrical programs, and photographs. Included is copy of letter to Hayes from Robert M. Brambila, while Brambila was in the Philippine Islands, June 8, 1899.
Identifier: AC 0391
Abstract The Lincoln Hall Association was founded in 1914 as an organization for men living in the Lincoln Hall dormitory, with membership limited to those men who did not belong to a fraternity. In 1942, when the dorm was used for U.S. Army-Air Corps cadets, the Lincoln Hall men reorganized as Sigma Rho Delta. One book of minutes listing officers, activities, and provides general information on the association.
Identifier: AC 0278
Abstract Lincoln Hall opened in 1896 as a men's dormitory. Scrapbook contains constitution, by-laws, and minutes of the Lincoln Hall Association, photographs, news clippings, and ephemera documenting the history of both the association and the building.
Identifier: AC 0291
Abstract The collection contains alumnus Fred Swink's paper on Lincoln Hall and copies of sources he used to write the paper for a UNR English class. Included are copied pages from the Artemisia yearbook and various oral histories; letters from previous occupants of Lincoln Hall; a paper for History 217 by Elizabeth Bash; and interviews with former residents. Audio recordings on two cassettes and two sets of CDs are included.