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American Flag House and Betsy Ross Memorial
American Friends Service Committee: 3rd Accession records
American Friends Service Committee: Colorado Peace Network records
The Colorado Peace Network is a branch of the American Friends Association that was created for support and networking for the organization’s projects. The collection contains the branch’s collected reports, press releases, information on other peace-related organizations, and news clippings from 1984 to 1990.
American Friends Service Committee: Rocky Flats Project records
The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) is a Quaker organization that encourages peace with justice, as their “practical expression of faith in action”. The AFSC is the service arm of their religious organization and the service organization branches into a wide array of social and international causes. The Colorado Area Program specifically worked with the Rocky Flats Project, and the group aimed to educate and organize community support for nuclear disarmament.
American Music Research Center records
Records of the American Music Research Center, founded by Sister Mary Dominic Ray (1913—1994) at Dominican College (1969), acquired by the University of Colorado at Boulder (1989), including catalogues, publicity materials, research records, correspondence, business and transaction records, finding aids, photographs, scrapbooks, board records and event documentation. Includes materials from Dominican College and the University of Colorado at Boulder.
American Society of Civil Engineers, CU Chapter
Amnesty International publications and reports
This collection includes publications of various topics and records concerning human rights abuses involved in various countries, that have been found and recorded by Amnesty International, a non-governmental organization. This collection also holds manuals and handbooks about Amnesty International.
Amos S. Billingsley diary
Photocopy of an indexed diary which begins on July 22, 1857 in Florence, Nebraska Territory, and ends on October 18, 1862 in Buckskin Joe, Colorado Territory. Reverend Billingsley (1818-1897), a Presbyterian Home Missionary, was elected Chaplain of the Colorado House of Representatives in 1861 and was present for the organization of the first Presbyterian Church in Denver the same year. Also, later missionary trips to the mountains and mining camps of Colorado are described.
Andrew Gulliford Collection
Andrew Gulliford, a native of Lamar, Colorado, taught school in Silt, on the Western Slope, during the 1970’s and 1980’s and was witness to the shale oil boom. His collection contains published material on the oil shale boom from 1975 to 1984 including the project studies and plans, environmental impact statements by the Federal and State governments, and newspapers from the area. These materials were used by Gulliford for his dissertation at Bowling Green University in Ohio.
Andrews Black Papers
John T. Andrews papers
John T. Andrews collection contains his academic degress, thesis and dissertation. The collection also includes Andrews' field notes from Baffin Island expedition in Canada, slides and field notebooks from early field work on Baffin Island and a field notebook from a season in the Okoa Bay area and Labrador coast.
Anita Fitzjarrald Photograph Collection
This collection has images taken by Ira Current who was a Colorado native. Current was an avid photographer and a chemistry undergraduate of the University of Colorado Boulder. Ira Current's photographs, within this collection, are of scenes and people at the University of Colorado Boulder, taken for the University year book called the Coloradan.
Ann Honselman papers
Ann Honselman resided in Monticello, Piatt County, Illinois in the l850s and 1860s and corresponded with relatives in Virginia, Texas and Colorado. Her son, William, wrote letters from Colorado Territory about his mining activities and his service in the Colorado volunteer cavalry and the U.S. cavalry in 1868 to suppress depredations by Indian tribes on the high plains. The collection includes letters dated from 1857 through 1868.
Ann Jones Papers
Ann Roy papers
Anna M. Grant Papers
Ms. Anna May Grant graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder and was a poet. The Anna May Grant Collection consist of personal correspondence from Ms. Grant’s brother Percy in Japan (1901), cookbooks, newspaper clippings of poems, and newspaper clippings on travel and society topics, her own words, and her University of Colorado poems. It also includes a copy of her book of poems, Colorado Columbines, dedicated to Dr. Norlin and other personal effects.
Anne Ellis papers
The Anne Ellis Papers contain the material of the Western pioneer and author, Anne Ellis.
Anne Marie Pois Oral History Project Collection
Anne Ophelia Dowden papers
Drawings, paintings, mock-ups, reviews, research and correspondence by noted Colorado botanical illustrator, Anne Ophelia Dowden.
Annette (Green) Rosling Papers
The Annette Green Rosling Collection contains the papers of Annette Green Rosling, who researched and an honors thesis from 1995-1997 on the US Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School.
Anniversaries: Serial of Newspapers collection
Anthony H. Chambers Collection
Anthony Chambers is a professor of Japanese in the School of International Letters and Cultures at Arizona State University. Chambers, while earning his PhD. studied under USN JLS graduate, and internationally noted Japanologist and translator Edward Seidensticker. The Anthony Chambers Collection contains documents relating Seidensticker, including correspondence, clippings, pamphlets, and an audio recorded lecture.
Anthony Ray papers
Arapahoe County Tax Records
List of state and school lands in Arapahoe County, 1891; two letters from the Arapahoe County Assessor to the Register of the Akron (Colo.) Land Office, 1901.
Archaeological Institute of America - Colorado Archaeological Society
Peggy Archibald collection
This collection consists of an oversized score of George Crumb's "Ancient Voices of Children" autographed by the composer. It was given to the donor's father, who was president of the Board of the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra the year that George Crumb performed the piece with the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra between 1971 and 1972.
Argosy Bookstore Inc.
Arid Land Symposium records
The International Arid Land Symposium was sponsored by the American Association the Advancement of Science in Santa Fe, New Mexico, in 1955. The collection contains news releases, papers presented at the conference, schedules, and reports of discussion groups.
- Repository: University of Colorado Boulder Libraries, Rare and Distinctive Collections X
- Composers -- United States -- Archives 9
- Composers -- Archives 4
- Motion picture music -- Scores and parts 4
- Music -- United States 4
- Silent film music -- Scores and parts 4
- Jewish Renewal 3
- Music -- History and criticsm 3
- University of Colorado, Boulder. College of Music -- Faculty 3
- Country music 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
- Aircraft accidents -- Prevention 1
- Airlie, House of 1
- Airlines -- Safety measures 1
- American Music Research Center (Sister Mary Collection) 1
- American literature -- Jewish authors -- Private collections 1 + ∧ less
- English 1691
- Spanish; Castilian 7
- German 6
- French 2
- Hebrew 2
- Japanese 2
- English, Old (ca.450-1100) 1
- Arabic 1
- Chinese 1
- Greek, Modern (1453-) 1
- Italian 1
- Korean 1
- Latin 1 + ∧ less
- Godfrey, Robert (Robert J.), 1941-1988 1
- L. Andrew Staehelin (Lucas Andrew Staehelin) (1939 February 10-2022 September 29) 1
- Scorsese, Martin C. 1
- Snow, Charles F. , Charles Franklin, 1886-1964 1