Internal Memos

Membership to the Union

A letter to all of the regular employees and faculty of the University detailing the process for which they can get a Union membership. In order to do so, one must pay the three dollar membership fee that the students normally pay per semester.

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Letter to Colleagues about Opinions about the Student Union

A tabulation from an informal vote of faculty members about how they would feel if they had to pay a fee to rent a lounge in the Student Union. It also details a few other charges that could be assessed within the Student Union pertaining to faculty.

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Invitation to the University Faculty and Administrative Staff

This is an internal memo sent out to the instructional staff and faculty of the University inviting them to the Open House of the Student Union happening on May 4, 1938.

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Informal Survey of Interests in Faculty Facilities in Student Union

This is a questionnaire given out to the instructional staff and faculty of the University of Nebraska, detailing some questions about what a faculty member might desire inside of the Student Union. If so, it asks if they would be willing to subject themselves to a fee.

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A letter from the Managing Director of the Student Union, K. F. Van Sant discussing the need for faculty to spot students that were "socially dormant" and recommend them to the Union board, where they would be invited to come participate in what the Student Union had to offer.

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