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Bob Schaffer papers

 Collection
Identifier: COU:1601
Abstract Bob Schaffer served as Colorado's Fourth District Congressional Representative for six years (1997-2002) as a member of the Republican party. He focused on Colorado's agricultural and educational needs in Washington, sponsoring and co-sponsoring legislation. A majority of the collection consists of legislation related to education and resource management. Some objects, photographs, slides, and framed pictures are in the collection as well, highlighting his success in Congress.
Dates: 1964-2003; Majority of material found within 1996-2002

Earl H. Morris personal papers

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Identifier: EHM
Scope and Contents The Earl H. Morris personal papers at the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History consist of materials created by Earl Morris and his associates in the course of his work as an archaeologist in the southwestern United States ("southwest" hence) and Mesoamerica. The collection is a record of archaeological field methods in first half of the 20th century as well as the growth of southwest...
Dates: 1897-1984

Joe Ben Wheat papers

 Collection
Identifier: JBW
Scope and Contents This collection contains documents, photographs, and objects collected or created by Joe Ben Wheat (1916-1997), archaeologist and curator at the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History. Textual material in the collection includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, magazines, academic journal articles, student papers and dissertations, manuscripts, maps, archaeological site reports, professional society conference materials, and ephemera. Photographic material includes photographic...
Dates: 1916-1997

Yellow Jacket collection

 Collection
Identifier: YJC
Scope and Contents The Yellow Jacket collection consists of documents and photographs created by faculty, students, and staff in the course of operating an archaeological field school at an area known as the Joe Ben Wheat Complex, or Yellow Jacket, in southwestern Colorado. Yellow Jacket is recognized as one of the most important archaeological remnants of the Mesa Verde branch of Ancestral Puebloan culture. The University of Colorado Museum of Natural History (CUMNH) operated a field school at Yellow...
Dates: 1954-2006 (Inclusive); 1954-1991 (Bulk)