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An article written by James Thomas Lees about the pros and cons of teaching and learning Greek, titled "The Claims of Greek" and published in 1893 by C.W. Bardeen, Syracuse, N.Y.

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This piece describes the slides purchased by James Thomas Lees for the University's studies of ancient Greece.

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The article describes the slides purchased by James Thomas Lees to study ancient Greece at the university, reprinted from the Classical Journal, Vol. II, No. 2, December 1906.

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The article describes the slides purchased by James Thomas Lees to study ancient Greece at the university, reprinted from the Classical Journal, Vol. II, No. 2, December 1906.

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The article describes the slides purchased by James Thomas Lees to study ancient Greece at the university, reprinted from the Classical Journal, Vol. II, No. 2, December 1906.

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Portrait of James Thomas Lees taken while he was teaching at the University.

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In this letter, Professor Howard suggests that students within the Latin School be labeled as "sub-freshmen."

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In this letter, Professor Howard suggests that students within the Latin School be labeled as "sub-freshmen."

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This is a letter from A. R. Benton to the Board of Regents concerning the titles of students within the Latin School as Sub Freshmen.

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This is a letter from Samuel Aughey and G. E. Woodberry explaining the actions of one Professor Marine to the Board of Regents.

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This is a letter from Samuel Aughey and G. E. Woodberry explaining the actions of one Professor Marine to the Board of Regents.

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This is a letter from Samuel Aughey and G. E. Woodberry explaining the actions of one Professor Marine to the Board of Regents.

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This is a letter from Samuel Aughey and G. E. Woodberry explaining the actions of one Professor Marine to the Board of Regents.

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This is a letter from A. R. Benton to the Board of Regents concerning the titles of students within the Latin School as Sub Freshmen.

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Formal portrait of C.H. Oldfather, possibly in the 1930s.

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Charles Oldfather looking over a possible architectural drawing.

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Portrait of Oscar William Reinmuth most likely taken in the early 1930s.

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This is a list of articles and books by James William Pugsley.

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This is a list of articles and books by Oscar William Reinmuth.

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This article talks about Ellen Smith creating a "library" for the university's books and the student's great respect for her personality.

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This article talks about Ellen Smith creating a "library" for the university's books and the student's great respect for her personality.

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This paper talks about Ellen Smith being the first female faculty and how important she was to the Univeristy, its faculty, and its students.

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This paper announces that the University of Nebraska will hold a memorial service to say one last goodbye to Ellen Smith.

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This article describes Ellen Smith's funeral. There was a service for her in Lincoln, after which her body was transported back to Ohio to be buried with her mother. She had made all arrangements prior to her death and so everything was paid for.

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This article describes the skit that was written about Ellen Smith by her former students in the mid-1940s.

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This article in The Courier announces Ellen Smith's retirement. Her character is described and there are quotes of hers that are remembered by former students. The article says that her retirement was met with regret, as she had been such an asset…

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This is a photograph of Ellen Smith near the end of her life.

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This article commemorates Ellen Smith as the first female faculty member at the University of Nebraska.

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This article describes Ellen Smith's memorial services as well as the passing of her estate under the administration of O. C. Bell.
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