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Land-Grant College Radio Hour

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Identifier: AC 0110
Overview The Land-Grant College Radio Hour was performed at the University of Nevada for the Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities, in cooperation with the United States Department of Agriculture and the National Broadcasting Company (NBC), on July 20, 1938. Alfred L. Higginbotham, journalism professor, wrote the script and directed the production. The collection contains the script, six phonograph recordings of the program, including the sound of the Morrill Hall bell, a scrapbook which...

Lectures and Speeches

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Identifier: NUB 24/06/92
Scope and Contents Friedman, Milton, The Future of Capitalism. Audio recording, 1977.

Lincoln Hall Association Scrapbook

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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.

Mackay Day Records

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Identifier: AC 0109
Abstract Mackay Day is an annual celebration held over a period of a week in honor of the Mackay family, early benefactors of the University. In 1949, the students, under the direction of English professor William C. Miller, presented a melodrama, The Psychoscope, as part of the Mackay Day events. Written in 1871 by R.M. Daggett and J.T. Goodman, editors of the Virginia City Territorial Enterprise, it was first performed at Piper's Opera House in Virginia City, Nevada. Includes copies of the script, a...

Mackay Day song team competition recordings

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Identifier: AC 0332
Abstract Mackay Day began in 1914, in honor of University of Nevada benefactor, Clarence Mackay. Over the years Mackay Day events changed, but for many years a song team competition was part of the annual event. The tapes in this collection, 1956-1958, are recordings of song team performances. Mackay Day began in 1914, in honor of University of Nevada benefactor, Clarence Mackay. Over the years Mackay Day events changed, but for many years a song team competition was part of the annual event. The tapes...

John P. Marschall papers

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Identifier: AC 0431
Abstract John P. Marschall served as Interim Director of Finance Administration, January through June 1983, until being appointed Director of University Services in July 1983. He held that position until September 1988, when he was reassigned as Special Assistant to the Vice President for Student Services. Administrative correspondence and subject files, created primarily as Associate Dean for Student Life, 1989-1994. Consisting of correspondence; memoranda; studies and reports; meeting minutes;...

John P. Marschall records

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Identifier: AC 0384
Abstract John P. Marschall served as Interim Director of Finance Administration, January through June 1983, until being appointed Director of University Services in July 1983. He held that position until September 1988, when he was reassigned as Special Assistant to the Vice President for Student Services. Records consists of correspondence, minutes of meetings, memorandums, and routine office files from the various administrative positions John Marschall held during this period. Materials were...

Mediation Board Records

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Identifier: AC 0592
Abstract The responsibility of the University Mediation Board is to mediate the resolution of personnel problems as provided for in section 38 of the UNR Bylaws. The records are composed of correspondence and procedural guidelines for the Board (1986-1990).

Records of the President of the University of Nevada, Reno, N. Edd Miller

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Identifier: AC 0525
Overview Dr. Newton Edd Miller was born in Houston, Texas, on March 13, 1920. He obtained his bachelor's degree and a master's degree from the University of Texas in Austin. He met his wife, Edwina "Nena" Miller (August 7, 1922-October 22, 2010) at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. They had two children: Cathy and Kenn. He obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. This collection consists of a 1966 certificate of congratulations to N. Edd Miller upon his installation as the first chancellor of...

Miscellaneous university Records

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Identifier: ACU 2007-019
Abstract University produced or related reports, documents, publications, administrative records, promotional materials, ephemera, and other miscellaneous materials.

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