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Tapes of hearings by the city council and the zoning board on a variance request by Timothy Fuller to establish a coffee house in the Hill area of Boulder in 1969.
The Boulder City Council Elections and Referendums Collection is a compilation of election material relating to the period 1907 through 1985.
Tape of a discussion of the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan and its relation to population growth in the Boulder Valley.
The original day book with the minutes of all the meetings of the Boulder City Town Company (1859-1864), plus photocopies of two volumes of records showing owners of the town site shares, transactions involving these shares, and the constitution and by-laws of the company. Originals of the photocopies belong to the Boulder Historical Society.
Contains alphabetized census returns for Boulder County, Colorado for the years 1860-1885, including mortality schedules for 1870, 1880, and 1885. Also includes a list of extinct communities and county map.
The Boulder County Community Resources Directory provides information on the programs of numerous government and non-profit private organizations that provide human services in Boulder County. Programs include housing, health education and employment, etc. Compiled by the Volunteer and Information Center of the Bounder County United Way organization, the directory is updated annually by dissemination of loose-leaf inserts.
Interviews with Boulder County, Colorado, residents concerning a variety of subjects. These interviews were conducted under the guidance of University of Colorado professor Susan Armitage and the Boulder Women's Oral History Project. Indexes are available for each tape in Special Collections and Archives.
This collection contains government information for Boulder County. It includes Statement of the Treasurer, and information on various school districts as well as Memorandums by the County Superintendent. This is a general and loosely put together collection probably coming from scattered material that was received in the 1970s.
The Boulder County Independent Political Parties Records consists of mailings, pamphlets, booklets, publications, and papers collected in Boulder County, Colorado, concerning the political views and proposals of United We Stand America and the Patriot Movement, Lyndon LaRouche, and other independent political groups, 1987 through 2002.
Material includes personal interviews with former mining claim owners, copies of correspondence, and mining engineer and geologist reports on various properties.. Guide available in Special Collections and Archives.
Collection consists primarily of BCWRC Newsletters, beginning with 1975, and contains information concerning activities, legal developments, and other items of interest to women in Boulder County
The Boulder Eco-Center was a non-profit corporation that disseminated environmental information free of charge and acted as a coordinating center for environmental activities.
Letters and organizational papers relating to the Boulder Farmers' Market
The Boulder Gay Liberation Front was founded in 1970 as a student group at CU Boulder. The collection consists of materials collected by Stanley Hohnholz, University of Colorado Boulder alumn, including newspaper clippings, local and national gay publications, fliers and posters, and t-shirts some of which relate to activities held by the Boulder Gay Liberation.
Form letters sent to members and friends of the Boulder Historical Society and Boulder Territorial Pioneer Association asking for support and announcing the upcoming centennial activities. Early 1950’s.
Boulder, Colorado in 1883: An Experiment and a Beginning in Local History. Unpublished Manuscript (may have been W.P.A. project) by Clarence M. Spears. The author has listed alphabetically by last name or by subject clippings and facts from Boulder newspapers, business directories and Police Court records. Typewritten.
Papers 1985-1989 concerning the Boulder- Jalapa Sister City Project.
The Boulder Musical Society was founded in 1921 to bring instrumentalists and vocalists to Boulder. The collection contains programs from concerts given during the first seven seasons, the incorporation certificate and undated programs.
Charter for the Boulder Rail-Splitters, a Republican club.
Bibliography, articles an clippings on women’s health and Boulder Valley Women’s Health Center.
Photocopied scores of Brent Michael Davids, composer.
This collection consists of materials related to 20th century Jewish-American authors. Included are correspondence, readers' guides, prospectuses, author biographies and bibliographies, booksellers' catalogs, visual materials, event programs, poems, essays, short stories, and reprints of previously published articles.
The Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen collection consists of inactive grievance case files. Grievances were submitted to the Local Committee of Adjustment which is under the jurisdiction of the General Committee of Adjustment. These particular grievance case files come from the General Committee of Adjustment. The case files included in this collection are from various lodges located mostly in Colorado, with a few located in Utah. The grievance case files are from the year 1929 to 1965.
This collection includes materials relating to the movie, "Johnny Got His Gun," written by CU alumnus Dalton Trumbo and produced by Bruce Campbell. The movie, set in 1918, is about a soldier who becomes a quadruple amputee.