University of Kansas
Found in 77 Records:
Alexander Boyle taught in the design department at the University of Kansas from 1953-1992. The collection includes items in various stages of creation and reproduction from Boyle's art. Boyle's focuses were birds in wildlife, traditional Aztec/Mesoamerican art, and buildings on the campus of the University of Kansas. His works depicting the Campanile and old Fraser Hall are included.
This collection includes event programs, letters, news clippings, and photographs related to the Banker family. Materials are organized by family member; most of the materials are from either Theodora "Ted" Banker or her nephew Louis H. Banker.
The collection primarily documents Charles Tidwell's athletic achievements as a student at the University of Kansas. Materials in the collection include newspaper clippings, programs, publications, and photographs.
This colection includes photographic images of railroad bridges, rivers, and bridge construction scenes collected by Clayton M. Crosier and dating from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The collection also includes papers pertaining to the radio program "International Conversations," sponsored by the Kansas Commission for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), of which Crosier was the executive secretary in the 1950s-1960s.
Course outlines for University of Kansas courses conducted in 1945 for German soldiers held as prisoners of war at Camp Concordia (Concordia, Kansas) during World War II.
The Delano E. Lewis papers are those of a Kansas native who was President and CEO of C & P Telephone (Washington, D.C.) and later became President of National Public Radio.
The Douglas County Historical Society was organized in 1933 by a group headed by Professor F. N. Raymond of the University of Kansas. This collection consists of manuscript and printed materials from a variety of individuals, businesses, and organizations associated with the history of Douglas County, Kansas, from its territorial settlment period of the 1850s through much of the 20th century, deposited by the Douglas County Historical Society with the Spencer Research Library.
The Papers of Dr. C. Kermit Phelps are those of a native Kansan who became a leader in the field of clinical psychology.
"Who Killed Our Son? An Account of the Circumstances and Subsequent Investigation of the Death of Harry Nicholas Rice" by Esther Christianson Rice is her account of the circumstances and subsequent investigation of the death of her son, University of Kansas student Harry Nicholas Rice, who was a victim of gunfire near the Lawrence campus on July 20, 1970.
This project originated as part of the course requirements for History 8, United States History, 1865 to the Present, taught by William Juhnke, in an effort to build a database related to in-migration to Kansas. The collection has since been added to by Mark Rose.
This record group includes records that are general to the University of Kansas as a whole. These records span most of KU’s history and cover a wide range of topics. In particular, RG 0 contains building and campus records, scholarship records, records from the University of Kansas Medical Center, and visitor records.
Architectural drawings for various buildings that have existed on the Lawrence, Edwards, and other campuses of the University of Kansas.
The Greene B. Buster papers are those of a longtime Kansas resident and career historian. For forty years, Buster taught history and was vice principal at Kansas City, Kansas' Sumner High School.
This collection contains general incoming correspondence, greeting cards, and calendars received and compiled by Deborah (Schumann) Harris, an alumna of the University of Kansas Class of 1974. The correspondence documents the personal lives, professional projects, and world travels of Harris's friends and family. The collection also includes papers related to Harris's time at the University of Kansas while residing at Douthart Scholarship Hall, primarily from 1970-1974.
The Harvey Family Papers are those of a long time Kansas farming family headed by David and Rebecca Harvey. The papers focus on the Harvey's three sons, Sherman (a lawyer), Grant (a doctor), and Edward (a farmer), all of whom graduated from the University of Kansas.
This collection contains yearbooks, tickets and pamphlets to school activities Helen Pieper collected while attending the University of Kansas.
James W. Bibb served as the Budget Director for the state of Kansas, and later as the Business and Fiscal Affairs officer at the University of Kansas. This collection includes articles and publications regarding budgetmaking at state and university levels, some authored by Bibb; personal correspondence; and documents regarding university programming, lecture notes, speeches, scrapbooks, and photographs.
These papers of Kansas journalist and political leader John D. Montgomery consist of clippings, correspondence, and photographs from his student years at the University of Kansas, where he was business manager of the University's student newspaper and captain of the boxing team. Included are photographs of Montgomery's boxing coach, Tommy Dixon, and a photograph of the "Ku Ku Klan," a 1920s pep club, of which Montgomery was not a member.
This collection contains drawings and designs done by John Lee during his time as a practicing architect, materials that relate to his time teaching at the University of Kansas, and his involvement in building restoration around downtown Lawrence, Kansas, particularly his involvment in the restoration of the Union Pacific Depot. This collection also includes materials from his bicycling hobby and influence in a cycling club on KU's campus.