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Overview Aroet Lucius Hale, born on May 18, 1828, was an extremely active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and an early emigrant to Utah Territory. Hale died on December 13, 1911 in Grantsville, Utah. Collection contains two journals by Aroet Lucius Hale transcribed by Kathlyn Cranney Mayes Stubblefield in 1990 describing the life of Hale and his emigration from Dover, New Hampshire to Grantsville, Utah.
Overview Andrew “Jack” Dieringer graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno in 1948 with a degree in biology. He began working for the Nevada Fish and Game Commission directly out of college and continued there until his retirement in 1983. Collection includes daily diaries kept by Dieringer from February 1951 to his retirement in 1983 and record his daily work activities, meetings, and trips to the field.
Scope and Contents Manuscript diaries of life in California and at the Sierra Nevada Mountain's summer home.
Overview C. C. Goodwin was a writer, politician, and journalist. He lived in Nevada from 1860-1880, and was associated with the Virginia City newspaper, theTerritorial Enterprise. Collection contains one journal of unpublished writings on historical events and people in which Goodwin was interested.
Abstract Typescript daily diary of Mabel Lockett's family's trip by wagon from Chadron, Nebraska, to Flagstaff and Phoenix, Arizona.
Identifier: AC 0316
Overview Robert C. Miller (1915-2004) was an American journalist who attended the University of Reno from 1935-1938. The collection includes copies of Miller's handwritten diaries and transcriptions detailing his years at the University of Nevada, January 1935 through graduation in May 1938.
Abstract This collection consists of French professor and boarding house operator Blanche Preston's diaries, correspondence with family members, personal papers, financial documents and ephemera dating from 1901-1973.
Overview John Gilbertson was a teacher for Washoe County School District in Nevada from 1977-2009, retiring from Reno High School. He taught at Nixon High School (Nixon, Nevada) for one year from 1979-1980. This collection contains Gilbertson's transcribed teaching journal from the year spent at Nixon.
Overview Samuel Bradford Doten (1875-1955) was born in Gold Hill, Nevada to Alfred and Mary Stoddard Doten. Doten taught at the University of Nevada, Reno from 1900 until his retirement in 1946 and served as the director of the Nevada Agricultural Experiment Station. He was an avid fisherman and kept a fishing journal from 1906-1951. Collection contains his journal and a small amount of additional materials, including correspondence and photographs, found in the journals.
Identifier: AC 0630
Abstract The University of Nevada conducted its first Summer School in 1912. The students, all school teachers, began a diary describing their experiences, including extracurricular activities in Reno, Virginia City, and at Lake Tahoe. The diary was continued by the Summer School students of 1913 and 1914. A QR code for the diary was created in 2013 after the diary was digitized for online access.
- Subject: Diaries X
- University of Nevada, Reno. Special Collections Department 10
- University of Nevada, Reno. University Archives 2
- Brunswick Mining Company 1
- Chrisman family 1
- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 1
- Dieringer, Andrew Jack 1
- Doten, Samuel B. (Samuel Bradford) 1
- Freeman, Josephine 1
- Gilbertson, John 1
- Goodwin, C. C. (Charles Carroll) 1
- Hale, Aroet Lucious 1
- Lockett family 1
- Lockett, Mabel 1
- Miller, Robert C. 1
- Nevada. Department of Fish and Game 1
- Nixon High School (Nixon, Nev.) 1
- Order of Eastern Star (Nev.) 1
- Preston, Albert William 1
- Preston, Alphratta Blanche 1
- Preston, Clovis 1
- Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe of the Pyramid Lake Reservation, Nevada 1
- Stubblefield, Kathlyn 1
- Trimmer, Bonnie 1
- University of Nevada 1
- University of Nevada. College of Education. Summer Session 1
- Van Etten, Watson 1
- Yerington, Henry M. 1
- Yerington, J. A. (James Albert) 1 ∧ less