9. "Ancient Mediterranean Cultures: Egypt and Greece" Story of ancient cultures with photographs of Museum exhibits from Ancient Egypt and Greece. Photo and information on the Museum's Egyptian mummy, a contemporary of the great King Tutankhamen. Also a photo of the Whooping Crane display in the Nebraska Hall of Wildlife. (1959) (4 pages).
54. "Robert Fletcher Gilder: Archeologist for the Museum" Summarizes journalist's contributions as an amateur archeologist who made an important contribution to Nebraska's prehistory and whose collections are now in the University of Nebraska State Museum. (1975) (4 pages).
58. "Some Important Projectile Point Types from Nebraska" Describes and illustrates some of the principal projectile point types important in prehistoric Nebraska. (1977) (6 pages).
65. "American Indian Art: Tradition and Change" Identifies esthetic tradition and adaptation to present market. (1979) (4 pages).
69. "A New Paleoindian Site in Western Nebraska" The discovery and excavation of a bison butchering site in Garden County, Nebraska. (1981) (4 pages).
86. "Prehistoric Chipped Stone Tools of Nebraska" Information on the manufacture and use of chipped stone tools, including knives, drills, and scrapers, by prehistoric Nebraskans. (1993) (4 pages).
90. "Evidence of the First Humans in Nebraska" Looks at the history and information on archaeological sites in Nebraska. Also information on spearpoints found in Nebraska. (1995) (6 pages).
94. "Ancient Egypt in Nebraska: Timeless Treasures and Forgotten Gods" Explore the Museum's Egyptian Collection. Our artifacts include amulets, scarabs, figures, vessels, jewelry, mummies, and ciscellaneous objects. (1996) (4 pages)
99. "The Luella Buros Collection" Looks at the collection of ethnographic material the Museum has received from Luella Buros. There are approximately 1,200 items from several different countries, although the majority is African. Also looks at the lives of Luella and her husband Oscar. (1998) (4 pages)
108. "Signs of the Times" Learn about cuneiform tablets and about the ones in our Museum collections. Also info on studying fingerprints found on the tablets. (2001) (4 pages)
115. "Nebraska Tribal Pow Wow Celebrations" Information on Pow Wow celebrations held by Nebraska tribes. Read about the dancers and their regalia, the drum, men's dance styles (including the Grass Dance), women's dance styles (including the Jingle Dress Dance), and about the tribal pow wows of the four Nebraska tribes. Includes a color fold-out poster. (2003) (4 pages)