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Overview A. F. Curtis operated a hardware store in Georgetown from the 1860s until 1882. He also served as a judge, was the president of the Mercantile National Bank, and was an active Republican and a member of the Clear Creek Bible Society. The collection contains the records of Curtis' banking and hardware businesses.
Abstract Professor A. Gayle Waldrop (1899 – 1995) served 46 years in the University of Colorado School of Journalism. Waldrop graduated from Southwestern University and from Columbia University with a degree in journalism. While living in Boulder, Waldrop taught at the University of Colorado and improved the School of Journalism, wrote a textbook, and continued to write newspaper articles. At the end of his career, Waldrop received the Robert L. Stearns Award for his contributions to his students. ...
Overview Letter and photograph of Professors A.H. Fairchild and M.F. Libby at the University of Colorado. SMss
Overview Interview with A.L. Chapin, retired Denver Post employee, about the history of the Denver Post. The interview includes reminiscences about publishers Frederick Bonfils and Palmer Hoyt.
Abstract The Pattison A., Jr. Collection contains newsletters, articles and pamphlets warning about the dangers of Communism in American schools, the United Nations, and Civil Rights movements. Pattison, a Boulder resident, was president of the right wing Save America Constitutionally Club during the 1960’s.
Abstract The photos and negatives contained in this collection were compiled by the Boulder Daily Camera from its early days in the 1890’s to 1990. These photos were published in the newspaper concerning events at the University of Colorado.
Abstract A. L. Wilson (1861- 1925) moved to Gunnison, Colorado, in 1894 for his health. He ran a fishing resort called the Jointed Rod Resort. The collection contains a 21volume diary from 1894 - 1925, plus clippings on the Episcopal Church, the University of Colorado, and the Boulder Chautauqua.
Overview Abstract of land title. Shows ownership from 1866 through 1980, including index to names of owners.
Overview The Academy of Independent Scholars was an international, membership organization devoted to encouraging the continued intellectual productivity of senior scholars and professionals. Established in 1979 by two distinguished, retiring professors, Kenneth Boulding and Lawrence Senesh, the academy currently had over 350 members; they include notable scholars, executives in corporations, voluntary organizations, and other institutions. . . The academy serves the needs of members who do not have...
Identifier: COU: 2018
Overview Len Ackland (b. 1944) was a journalist and became a journalism professor at the University of Colorado Boulder in 1991. He was a founding director of the Center for Environmental Journalism. He authored Making a Real Killing: Rocky Flats and the Nuclear West in 1999 in addition to many articles in the Denver area on Rocky Flats. The collection contains his writing notes; subject files such as photocopies, articles and reports; and interviews...
Overview Ada Morris graduated from the University of Colorado in 1903 and taught art for many years. The collection contains academic transcripts, one photograph, a teaching certificate, personal correspondence, and genealogical material.
Overview A collection concerning Scandinavian culture and a study of Norwegian Americans which includes photo-slides, LP’s, maps, magazines, a book collection and some cultural items.
Overview Photocopies of letters and documents on the Civil War and Company H, 125th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment.
Overview Dr. Adolf Busemann was a visiting Professor at CU and is the “father” of supersonic aerodynamics and the inventor of the swept-back wing. His collection includes professional publications, personal notes, letters of correspondence, honorary awards and photographs while working for NASA and NCAR.
Overview The Adriana M. DiGioia Papers, created in 1982, includes a typescript of her original manuscript, two postcards and a napkin.
Overview Adrienne Anderson (1952-2011) was an instructor in Environmental Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder from 1993-2005. Environmental whistleblower, investigator, and educator of ecological investigation, she frequently elicited corporate, civic and on campus controversy. Included are course work research and reports performed by her classes. Companies include: Coors Brewing, Coors Ceramics, Lockheed Martin, Stapleton Airport, Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Denver Water, Lowry Air Force Base,...
Overview Agnes Wright Spring was a freelance writer and western historian. She authored more than 20 books and 600 articles and fiction stories about the American West. She served as the official state historian in both Colorado and Wyoming, as well as director of the Wyoming Federal Writer's Project from 1938 to 1941. This collection contains clippings of newspaper and journal articles collected by Agnes Wright Spring about western topics, as well as some original manuscripts and research notes. Topics...
Overview This collection contains typescripts and proofs for Aileen Fisher's children's books, as well as signed copies of her books and correspondence with her editors. Fan mail from children, often accompanied by children's artwork, is also included in this collection. Collection Number MS 28
Overview Papers of the Airlie, Stanley, and Ogilvy families, including correspondence and photographs.
Scope and Contents Library and personal papers of Alan C. Buechner, Professor of Music, Copland School of Music, City University of New York, Queens College; previously on faculty of Harvard University, University of Texas, University of Hartford; founder and officer of the Sonneck Society for Armerican Music; Recipient of the Soneck Society Distinguished Service Citation. Includes 132 tune books and hymnals (housed in Special Collections, University of Colorado Boulder), correspondence, and research and teaching...
Found in: American Music Research Center
Scope and Contents Swing era and big band materials collected by C. F. Alan Cass (1941-2018); BA, University of Colorado (1963); L.H.D honoris causa, University of Colorado (1999); Director, Macky Auditorium (1967-1979); Assistant director, University Memorial Center (1979-1984); Director, Coors Events Center (1984-1998); Curator, Glenn Miller Archives (1969-2016). Contains artifacts, photos, memoribilia, recordings, and papers related to the life and career of Major Alton Glenn Miller, acquired for the Glenn...
Found in: American Music Research Center
Abstract Alan Shapley was a notable scientist who was best known as the chairman of the International Geophysical Year from 1953-1964. Mr. Shapley was involved in numerous memberships and various scientific organizations and committees. Shapley’s collection contains newspaper clippings, correspondence and information on the postwar years during which scientists were subject to federal harassment. In addition there are F.A.S. secretarial files from 1948-1956 and various other papers dealing with...
Overview The Alan Lew papers contain materials ranging from his coursework at the Jewish Theological Seminary, his unpublished poetry and short stories dating as far back as the 1960s, early drafts and manuscripts of his published writings, materials relating to his sermons and public speaking, as well as personal correspondences and materials relating to his life as a rabbi and public speaker. Additionally, this collection contains material of years spent researching and writing his unpublished book on...
Overview The papers consists of the guest registers of the Albany Hotel for the period of 1913 to 1922. The Hotel was located in Denver.
Abstract Albert A. Bartlett, emeritus professor of the Department of Physics at the University of Colorado at Boulder, has been an active participant in numerous civic and campus organizations. The collection contains personal files and records related to his service as an officer or active member of boards, commissions and committees.
Scope and Contents The Dakan Collection contains a four year run (1925-1929) of the French journal, Journal Des Fabricants De Sucre (Journal of the Sugar Manufactor). The weekly journal was noted for its unbiased international review of the sugar industry. Although written mainly in French, each issue has 1 to 2 pages in English and a half page in Spanish. The issues contain articles on the Colorado sugar beet industry and on U.S. sugar policies.
Scope and Contents Letter from Albert Dressler, author, artist and dealer in used goods, enclosing a copy of his "Thirteen Demandments," a humorous credo for businessmen.
- University of Colorado Boulder Libraries, Special Collections and Archives 1637
- American Music Research Center 83
- Composers -- United States -- Archives 9
- Composers -- Archives 4
- Motion picture music -- Scores and parts 4
- Silent film music -- Scores and parts 4
- Jewish Renewal 3
- Music -- History and criticsm 3
- Music -- United States 3
- University of Colorado, Boulder. College of Music -- Faculty 3
- Country music 2
- Folk music -- Colorado 2
- Folklore -- Colorado 2
- Musicals Excerpts Scores 2
- Patriotic songs 2
- Popular music -- United States 2
- Reform Judaism 2
- Spiritual life -- Judaism 2
- Tune-books 2
- African American composers 1
- African American women composers -- Archives 1
- Airlie, House of 1 ∧ less
- Scorsese, Martin C. 1
- Snow, Charles F. , Charles Franklin, 1886-1964 1