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Engineering Executive Board of 1945 with Frederick Ishii, William Sakayama, and Joe Nishimuri

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1945 Pharmaceutical club with Tatsuru Kimura, Kazu Kimura, H Teshim, Masao Sakamoto, and Tom Miya

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International House

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Hazel Stearn, Margaret Iwata, and Mildred Reagan in front of the International House

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1945 Cornhusker Co-op with Roy Desuchi, Setsuo Dairiki and Joe Ishikawa

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1944 Nebraska Society of Chemical Engineers with Arthur Gorai and Kotaro Murai

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The acting chancellor, William G. Hastings, wrote to Luckey stating that in light of the hearings he is relieved of his teaching duties.

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The Law building on UNL campus was used for the regents trials during WWI in the year of 1918. The trials were held over 12 professors at the University that had been perceived as anti-war or pro-German. Most of these professors were found to be in…

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Published picture of Professor C.E. Persinger located in the Bio/Bib files in the Archives & Special Collections.

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Portrait of G.A.W. Luckey, detail taken from a page in the Cornhusker Annual, 1917.

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Group portrait of members of a student organization on the University of Nebraska campus during during WWI and the University Trials.

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A.Crago, professor and assistant superintendent at Peru State Normal School, wrote to the Board of Regents commenting on G.W.A. Luckey's loyalty and qualities as an instructor.

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A letter from Chancellor Samuel Avery to Professor G.W.A. Luckey referring to a newspaper clipping and asking him to reply.

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G.W. A Luckey wrote to Mr. Fee attempting to explain the meaning of the statements he made in a forum, which resulted in the questioning of his loyalty.

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University student C.O. Weber wrote to acting chancellor William G. Hastings regarding G.W.A. Luckey's patriotism.

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University student Edith Burgess wrote to acting chancellor William G. Hastings noting that she takes classes with G.W. A. Luckey and he has never shown disloyalty.

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The cover and several pages of Charles Ledwith's R.O.T.C. Band Manual for the freshman band at the University of Nebraska.

1916 Nebraska football season recap in the 1916-1917 yearbook
The 1916 Nebraska Cornhuskers traveled to the Northwest Pacific to play the Oregon Agricultural College Aggies and prevailed 17-7.

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A photo of the Nebraska Cornhuskers football captain, Harold H. Corey.

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Yearbook photo of Head Coach E.J. "Doc" Stewart

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This article shows the importance of the game and which players would be playing. It also lists one lucky freshman player that got to make the trip.

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The cover page of Charles Ledwith's R.O.T.C. Band Manual for the freshman band at the University of Nebraska.

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A page from Charles Ledwith's R.O.T.C. Band Manual for the freshman band at the University of Nebraska. This page includes an introduction to Part I of the manual, "The Military Band."

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Letter from Lieut. F. F. Jewett to Chancellor Burnett, December 27, 1928 calling attention to the role of the band as a university organization and therefore the need for the university to support the R.O.T.C. band with funds for uniforms and…

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Coach E.J. Stewart wrote a letter to the University of Nebraska about the need to schedule tough opponents to build national recognition. Nebraska needed to play tougher opponents even at the risk of a loss, because it would help them to build a…

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The school provided a massive gathering and torchlight procession to show the support for the team before they left for Portland. The popularity of Nebraska football was growing, even in its youth.

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Students show support for Nebraska football team by showing up 2,000 strong to see the team off on their trip to Portland, Oregon.

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Letter from Lieut. F. F. Jewett to Chancellor Burnett, December 27, 1928 calling attention to the role of the band as a university organization and therefore the need for the university to support the R.O.T.C. band with funds for uniforms and…

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Lt. Jewett's response to Chancellor Burnett suggesting specific individuals for a committee to create a more permanent source of funding for band activities and necessities, such as travel and uniforms.
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