Found in 44 Collections and/or Records:
Lions Club (Reno, Nev.) Auxiliary Records
Marion Mallory Papers
Max C. Fleischmann College of Agriculture, Cooperative Extension Service Records
Max C. Fleischmann Foundation Records
Included are trustee minutes, reports of operations, financial statements, auditors' reports, reports of executors of the Fleischmann estate, inventories of assets, tax returns, trustees' files, application lists, Nevada scholarship files (including Nevada Indian applications), files of completed grants, scrapbooks, and indexes to rejected applicants.
Jean S. McElrath Papers
Mighels Family Papers
Papers include letter from Philip to Ed about business; manuscript on "Mining camp 'booms'" by Roy; typescript poem "Action" by Davis; scrapbook (1863-1888) started by Henry R., including clippings of his poetry and prose, Nevada history, and his election as Assembly speaker; and a scrapbook (1894-1897) by Henry (Harry) of his published poetry, prose, and book reviews.
Records of the President of the University of Nevada, Reno, N. Edd Miller
Carol Nabors Collection of Joanne de Longchamps Materials
Carol Darwin Nabors attended high school in Hollywood, California with Joanne (Cutten) de Longchamps. Joanne Cutten de Longchamps was born in Los Angeles in 1923 and attended schools in Los Angeles and Paris where she studied painting and music, both of which she pursued later in life. The collection contains scrapbooks that include copies of Joanne's poems, correspondence, articles, programs, greeting cards, and photographs of Joanne and her interests.
Dwight A. Nelson Scrapbooks
Dwight A. Nelson was the chief juvenile probation officer for Washoe County, Nevada. The collection contains scrapbooks of newspaper clippings about juvenile crime in the Reno-Sparks, Nevada area, 1949-1969 and maps and plans of the Mt. Rose Property Owner's Association, Ravazza Ranch Unit no. 3 (Reno, Nevada), and Stillwater Cove condominiums (Lake Tahoe), 1977-1978.
Nevada Federation of Republican Women Records
The Nevada Federation of Republican Women was founded in 1950 and is a branch of the national organization that provides a means for women who share the principals of te Republican art can join activities and work toward common goals. These records cover the period of 1964-1976, with the majority of them pertaining to the 1976 presidential campaign as well as documenting how a state-wide political group orchestrates an election.