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Albert G. Barris was an undergraduate on the Boulder campus during the 1915-1916 academic year. He later received a Baccalaureate in Mechanical Engineering and resided in Aspen, Colorado. This small collection includes his student handbook for 1915-1916 and a photograph of him on his 90th birthday.
The Albert Nance Papers consist of a single letter-copy book with entries ranging from 1886-1889. Nance was a real estate owner and telegraph operator who served as Colorado State Treasurer from 1893 through 1894.
Reports on the Albion Mining properties, 32 miles northwest of Boulder, copies of maps of the properties, and microfilm copies of 2 bound volumes of company records.
The Alexander Warner Photo Collection is a collection photographs, the bulk of which were taken before 1955, of areas in Colorado and around the Western United States. Most of the photographs are landscapes or buildings in small rural or abandoned towns, with a small number of candid images.
The Alfred M. Cressler papers including short stories, plays, and miscellaneous materials.
Microfilm copies of letters describing life in Colorado during the 1859 gold rush. Originals are at the Wisconsin State Historical Society.
Alexis McKinney collection, or “zoo” of bloopers, goofs, and mistakes – typographical, pictorial, grammatical, intellectuals, etc. – in newspapers and other publications.
United Mine Workers of America badge belonging to Alois Gutfelder of Louisville Colorado, coal miner. The badge is dated 1898.
Photographs, a diary, and water surveys pertaining to the Granby, Colorado, area. Other topics include politics, investments, the Mexican boundary commission, and the Polhamus family.
The Gamma Lambda Chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity was installed at the University of Colorado in 1901. The Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity Photographs contain four photographs, dated 1926, of members of the fraternity as well as the fraternity’s house at 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue in Boulder, Colorado.
Silent film music collected by Alvin Layton (1899-1987), composer, violinist, conductor of the Curran Theater Orchestra
The Amache: Patriotism and Prejudice Research Project may have been conducted by University of Colorado Boulder graduate student Dean Schwartz, as part of his honors thesis project in the Department of History. It included interviews with Japanese and Japanese-American individuals who may have been detained at the Granada Relocation Center in southeast Colorado during the period of Japanese internment in the 1940s.
Diary kept by Amelia B. Buss on her trip in 1866-1867 from New York to Fort Collins, Colorado by train, steamer and wagon train.
Materials from the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) regarding Guatemala human rights information.
Records document the activities of the Great Plains/Rocky Mountain Division of the American Association of Geographers (AAG). Founded in 1904 by William Morris Davis, the AAG had grown to 6,500 members and nine different divisions within the United States by the early 1980s. This collection contains correspondence, meeting and financial records, and records of the Journal from the Great Plains/Rocky Mountain Division.
Collection contains minutes; applications for membership; newsletters; secretary's files; President's files; correspondence; reports.
The American Association of University Women (AAUW) is a national association of female faculty and college educated women for the development of women’s education and professional opportunities. The association was organized in Boston in 1882. The Boulder Branch was established in 1926, largely by the efforts of Antoinette Bigelow, Dean of Women of the University of Colorado.
This project was sponsored and partially funded by the National Farmers Union and the National Endowment for the Humanities from 1978-1980. The major objective is to bring a humanities perspective to decision-making in rural American through the use of rural couples trained to view problem-solving from a humanities perspective and to return to their home areas to conduct meetings on current topics.
The 1st Accession of AFL/CIO Region #11 contains Colorado local union files: #59 #151, #366, #21229, #21240, #21421, #21422, #22986, #23260, and others, especially about the Coors Strike and Boycott. The 2nd Accession comprise materials from Steve Bieringer (1972-1996), director of Region 11, and also files from Frank Lay (1977-1994), COPE director. The second Accession files are CLOSED for 20 years from the date of the file.
- University of Colorado Boulder Libraries, Rare and Distinctive Collections 1617
- University of Colorado Boulder Libraries, American Music Research Center 83
- CU Museum of Natural History 3
- 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
- Collection catalogs 3
- Excavations (Archaeology) 3
- Jewish Renewal 3
- Music -- History and criticsm 3
- Popular music -- United States 3
- Slides (photographs). 3
- University of Colorado, Boulder. College of Music -- Faculty 3
- Business correspondence 2
- Country music 2
- Excavations (Archaeology) -- Photographs 2
- Field notes 2
- Folk music -- Colorado 2
- Folklore -- Colorado 2
- Indians of North America -- Southwest, New -- Antiquities 2
- Musicals Excerpts Scores 2 ∧ less
- English 1664
- Spanish; Castilian 7
- German 4
- English, Old (ca.450-1100) 1
- French 1
- American Museum of Natural History. Anthropology Division 1
- Carnegie Institution of Washington. Division of Historical Research 1
- Godfrey, Robert (Robert J.), 1941-1988 1
- Morris, Ann Axtell, 1900-1945 1
- Morris, Earl Halstead, 1889-1956 1