Browse Exhibits (45 total)
This exhibit explores Mabel Lee and Louise Pound and how both women affected the University of Nebraska and are today commemorated on campus. It then discusses the differences between the two women and the feud surrounding them, as well as examining how 2 such different women are similarly commemorated on the same campus.
The Old Iron Gates serve as a connection to the early stages of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. In this exhibit, we will explore the history, restoration, and significance of these monumental gates to the University.
This exhibit explains who the man behind the well known Bessey Hall was. It goes into great detail about the life of Charles E. Bessey, and it specifically focuses on his work at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. As well as informing the observer about Bessey himself, this exhibit also explores the origins of the famous Bessey Hall.
Exhibit detailing the formation and commemoration behind the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Memorial Stadium.
This exhibit chronicles the history of the Schiller Linden tree planted by professor of German language Laurence Fossler and the events surrounding its defacement and replacement.
This project explores the ways in which the University of Nebraska-Lincoln commemorates the legacy of Willa Cather on campus and some possible reasons behind it.
Charles Henry Oldfather, Dean of Science in the past, a look at his life at UNL and his academic legacy.
This exhibit explores the story behind the construction of the Broyhill Fountain near the University of Nebraska's city campus Union and how it has evolved over time.
For decades, Memorial Stadium has been a defining symbol of the University. The three monuments located outside the stadium add to its majestic aura and memorialize the men who achieved greatness through embodying the football program's legacy of tradition, character, and leadership.
This archive commemorates the contibutions of General Perhsing to UNL during his time as head of the Military Department, as a faculty member, and the legacy he has left in the city of Lincoln