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4 large bins of documents and music scores, and 2 smaller boxes
This small collection holds a 28 page printed catalogue, issue number 49, and a 4 page supplement, issued by the Crockett Bit & Spur Company, distributors of high quality, hand made stainless steel and aluminum products. These included bits, spurs, buckles and related metal pieces for the western horseman. The catalogue cover drawing is dated 1948.
The University of Colorado College of Music was established in 1895 and has continued and expanded for more than one hundred years. The University of Colorado Music Library gathered these materials together into this collection. The collection consists of music programs, class lists, photographs, some correspondence, and news paper clippings in relation to the College.
The collection is comprised of handwritten English Composition assignments from the fall of 1922 to the spring of 1923 from multiple students. The assignments included the student names and the name of the instructors. The instructors include Mrs. Cross, Mrs. Romig, Mrs. Stone, Mrs. Sutherland, Miss Thornton, and Miss Van Duzee.
Donated by the University of Colorado Heritage Center, includes 5 portraits of Sewall, Farrand, Hellems, Nichols, and Brackett. Information in this collection relates to University of Colorado History, specifically Professor Adolf Buseman, University of Colorado Athletic department and the Silver and Gold newspaper publication. Collection is unprocessed
Iota Sigma Pi, Tungsten Branch (1918-1970) was an honorary sorority for women in chemistry at the University of Colorado Boulder founded 1918 and actively operating until the early 1970’s. The sorority promoted the fellowship and encouragement of women in the chemistry field. This collection contains documents, pamphlets, correspondence, newspaper clippings, programs, reports, and photographs concerning the operations of the Tungsten Chapter of Iota Sigma Pi on campus.
Set of 12 audiocassettes of the Fourteenth Annual Water Conference of the Natural Resources Law Center, at the University of Colorado School of Law.
Focus of the conference is "Water Organizations in a Changing West"
The Ski Club and Ski Team were formed in 1938, and rose to prominence in University of Colorado athletics through the 1940s, ‘50s, and ‘60s. The collection contains minutes, equipment orders, race results, membership lists, as well as other documentation of Ski Club and Ski Team activity from 1938 to 1986.
This collection consists of approximately 45 Univeristy-related publications of student groups, organizations, and student-related activities.
The C.U. World Citizens papers cover the years 1977-1990. These papers reflect group activities and issues of concern to its members. The files include articles, newspaper clippings, brochures, newsletters and publications. The collection's strength lies in the group scrapbooks which document general group activities and the Model U.N. program.
Contains brochures, booklets, correspondence and a map pertaining to the history and restoration of the Cumbres and Toltec Railroad, which runs from Antonito, Colorado to Chama, New Mexico. All material is published by the Society for the Preservation of the Narrow Gauge, 1970.
The University of Colorado Boulder Police Department was founded in September 1949 and it is responsible for the University of Colorado Boulder campus. This collection consists of slides, photographs, log books, reports, notes and newspaper clippings documenting the campus police department. It includes reference to Chicano activism, African American activism, student activism, anti war protests, campus fires among other incidents such as burglaries, assaults, and safety issues.
A collection of speeches written by Dave Curtin for the Chancellor of the University of Colorado Boulder. Following a 35-year Colorado daily newspaper career in communities small and large, he worked as speechwriter and director of executive communications at CU Boulder for 14 years from 2007 to 2021.
Wax cylinders from multiple sources, principally from Nell Bell of Denver Colorado. Also includes a working Edison Wax Cylinder Phonograph Machine (ca. 1913). Collection merges two former collections: the Nell Bell Collection and the Wax Cylinder Collection.
Cyrus S. Poley was a Chester, Pennsylvania druggist and doctor. In 1877, he made trips to Colorado, Texas, and New Mexico. This collection contains a diary recounting his travels and experiences, as well as his formula book, business cards, and other assorted personal items.
Speech from the Annual Cattleman’s Memorial Banquet, April 28, 1963. University of Colorado at Boulder. Archive of Sound Recordings. 1963. Recorded in Clayton, New Mexico, by Radio Station KLMX.
The Dan Fong collection consists mostly of photographs he took of the rock and roll and counterculture scene in the Denver area, since the 1970s. The remaining images include those of family and his early photography. The photographs in this collection are limited edition photographic prints produced in 2019 for the Special Collection, Archives and Preservation department by Dan Fong.
The Dan S. Williams graduated from the US Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School, which was located at the University of Colorado at Boulder from 1942 to 1946. After graduation, Williams went on to serve as a combat interpreter in the 4th Marine Division as a 2nd Lieutenant. It consists of photocopied photographs, cassette tapes, and extensive photographs of his time while stationed in Hawaii, Iwo Jima, and Saipan.
Recording of a relating of the pressures to college students at Colorado State College, 1966. AT 39
Daniel D. Karasik was a graduate of the US Navy Japanese Language School, located at the University of Colorado in Boulder from 1942-1946. During the War Karasik served at Pearl Harbor, Pelilieu, Okinawa and Japan. After the war he studied at Tokyo University and traveled throughout Japan and East Asia. The Daniel D. Karasik Collection consists of Karasik’s World War II and early post-war documents, correspondence, photographs, and publications.
Sakae Daniel Date (1914-2011) was born in Alameda, California. He attended the University of California Berkeley and received degrees in architecture. From 1942 until 1944 Date was a sensei in the US Navy’s Japanese and Oriental Language School (USN JLS/OLS). After teaching Japanese for three years, Date became an architect for the State of California. The collection includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, rosters, pamphlets, and publications.