The reading room in 29 Love Library is open by appointment Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm. The reading room is open for drop-in researchers Tues-Weds-Thurs, 9am-4pm.
An appointment is strongly encouraged as it provides an opportunity to prepare materials in advance and make the best use of a visit.
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Exhibits & Projects
This digital archive documents the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic and its aftermath on individuals in the University's community of students, employees, and alumni.
From the Archives of the UNL Libraries, Nebraska U is an effort to explore, through student research projects and multimedia, the history of Nebraska's most important University.
More than 60 building descriptions are included in this historic virtual tour of UNL covering 1869-1965. Biographical sketches of architects, faculty members, donors, regents, and others are included along with images, text, and maps. Keyword searching is available.
See the sights and sounds of marching band history from its beginnings in 1879.
Website on the Japanese-American/Asian Collections at the UNL Libraries highlighting books, original documents, and alumni stories.
Experience the enchantment of Ivy Days through historical photographs and documentation. Ivy Days is one of the University of Nebraska's long-standing traditions that still takes place each year.
A historical look at the editors who guided the Prairie Schooner through 75 years of continuous publication.
Art & Literature
Images, text, manuscripts, and critical materials that document and contextualize the work of author Willa Cather (b.1873-d.1947).
Learn about the George Cather Ray Collection and view documents and photographs relating to Willa Cather's cousin, G.P. Cather, and his experience in World War I.
Ralph Albert Blakelock, a 19th-century American artist, is known for his moonlight landscapes and quiet paintings of American Indian encampments.
United States & World History
Those interested in the Vietnam War, journalism, women’s & gender studies, ethnic studies, environmental studies, or publishing will find Keever’s materials and her work an invaluable wealth of information. This website makes a small selection of Keever’s original writings available to the public.
Learn about the early history of the Nebraska Territory through the writings of speculator John McConihe. The John McConihe Correspondence contains over 100 documents that detail the life and business of a frontier pioneer involved in land speculation, politics, and society.
This exhibit features a variety of documents, items, and images related to President Wilson, his leadership during World War I, and his involvement at the Paris Peace Conference. These materials provide further insight into the life and presidency of Woodrow Wilson and the prevalent issues of his time.