Cobb, Tyrus W.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 0373
Overview Harry Michael Chase, Jr. (April 11, 1924-August 12, 1996) served for 25 years as a member of the political science faculty at the University of Nevada, Reno. He was the author of several studies of American foreign policy. After retiring in 1981, he made his home in San Francisco, California. A memorial service was held September 27, 1996, at the University of Nevada, Reno. Harry Michael Chase, Jr. (April 11, 1924-August 12, 1996) served for 25 years as a member of the political science faculty...
Dates: 1996 September 27
Overview Ty Cobb papers consist of personal papers relating to him and his family, as well as his professional role as writer and editor at the Nevada State Journal, and its successor, the Reno Gazette-Journal. Cobb had a sports column “Inside Stuff” and later a column “Cobwebs” which he continued past retirement until his death in 1997. Material between 1881-1997.
Overview Colonel Tyrus William Cobb (1940- ) is a third-generation Nevadan who worked under President Ronald Reagan as a national security advisor as well as the Director of Soviet, European, and Canadian Affairs. Collection contains materials related to Cobb's time working under President Reagan, as well as information from his time in Vietnam and as a professional outside the White House. Collection materials include photos, newspaper clippings, and other documents.
Abstract Audio tape interviews conducted by the seventh and eighth grade students in the Academically Talented Program at Vaughn Middle School record the subjects thoughts on how they felt about their work, family conflicts, job satisfaction, ethical considerations, and pay. This oral history collection was completed in December 1980 by the seventh and eighth grade students in the Academically Talented Program at Vaughn Middle School. The students were trained in oral history methods by Katherine...
Identifier: AC 0610
Abstract The Wolf Pack Edge Collection includes media guides and marketing material for several University Wolf Pack sports, athletes, and coaches; the first two issues of "The Total Pack Edge" newspaper, along with master pages and covers for some of its issues; transcripts of some of its articles; business records; and biographical information about founder and publisher Ken Moen. Included are CDs and zip disks containing varied content from the newspaper.