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I herby declare that I intend to attend the Uni. Of Neb, in the coming school year and I now pledge myself to register for instruction in the Bohemian Language should (unclear) be taught.
I herby declare that I intend to attend the Uni of Nebr
during the (unclear) school year and I now pledge myself to register for instruction in the Bohemian Language should it be taught.
Emil E. Brodecky
June 5 1915
To the Chancellor & Regents of the University of Nebraska:-
The undersigned students of the University of Nebraska would respectfully represent that there were at the last census in the United States 156,999 persons of Bohemian birth…
To the Regents of the University of Nebraska.
Your committee appointed at your meeting on Sept, 30, 05, to consider the expediency of in-troducing instruction in the Bohemian language into the curriculum of the University, begs to submit…
State University of IOWA
Iowa City, Ia, June 12, 1905
Chancellor and Regents of the University of Nebraska,
My attention has been called to a petition which has been presented by some of your students…
August 5, 1909
Miss Sarka Hrbkova,
528 South Clinton Street
Iowa City, Iowa.
Dear Miss Hrbkova,
I have received from the assembled delegates of the Bohemian Council of Higher Education (sic) grertings expressing the appreciation of the…
Letter from Matice Vyššího Vzdělání, Bohemian Council of Higher Education to Chancellor Avery and Board of Regents
Bohemian Council of Higher Education
Matice Vyššího Vzdělání
Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
To the Honorable Chancellor and Regents
of the State University of Nebraska,
We, the assembled delegates at the first…
May Thirteen 1919
Miss Sarka Hrbkova
228 West Ave., 66 Garvanza
Los Angles, Calif.
My dear Miss Hrbkova:-
At the meeting of the Board of Regents yesterday I was directed to secure information in regard to the actual number of students…
Garvanza, Los Angles, Calif.
May 17, 1919.
University of Nebraska,
Your letter with its notification of the drastic action of the Board of Regents with regard to the Slavonic Department has…
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