College buildings -- Nevada -- Reno
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Collection includes original blueprints and drawings of remodeling work for various University buildings during the twentieth century.
The University's Fine Arts Building was designed by Richard J. Neutra and Robert E. Alexander, Architects headquartered in Los Angeles, California. The collection is composed of biographical material about Dr. James E. Church, building specifications, cornerstone ceremony material, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and an invitation for a viewing of the UNR Fine Arts Complex.
The Department of English is a unit of the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Nevada, Reno. Collection includes material about the history of the Department of English and the Frandsen Building, departmental publications, assessment material for English 1, English 100i, English 101, English 102, English 105, English 106, and the English as a Second Language Program, and the Core Writing Program.
Named for former University of Nevada, Reno President Joseph Crowley, the Joe Crowley Student Union had its grand opening on November 15-16, 2007. The collection includes correspondence, guides to the student union's resources, newspaper clippings, programming flyers, copies of "The Joe Letter (newsletter)", marketing flyers, and memorabilia.
Steward Hall was the second building constructed on the University of Nevada campus in 1889. It was later demolished. in The Stewart Hall Records consist of a safety survey conducted in January 1958, and an article about the removal of the building's upper levels from September 1959. 2013 email from Alumna Patricia Sue Hamilton describes the evacuation of the building during a 1957 earthquake, which led to the removal of the building's upper levels in 1959.
Jot Travis Student Union Building
The University Inn was built in 1967 by Prudential Life Insurance Company as one of 11 student housing projects on university campuses in Western states. It currently serves as a dormitory for University students. The collection consists of planning reports for the building's renovation, marketing flyers, and newspaper clippings.