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Richard D. Hershcopf disk recordings

Identifier: CoU-GMA-27
Scope and Contents

The Richard D. Hershcopf disk recordings comprise of 209 78rpm disk recordings featuring Benny Goodman and other big band musicians. They are organized alphabetically by the band name or artist's first name.

Dates: 1926-1944

Richard E. Campbell collection

Identifier: COU:3984
Abstract Richard E. Campbell spent more than half a century in post WWII and Cold War Germany, where he managed the American Business Center in Leipzig, served as political analyst and travel officer for the U.S. Embassy Berlin and abroad, and cataloged 500,000 Nazi-era documents as a Berlin Document Center (BDC) archivist.The Richard E. Campbell collection contains materials detailing twentieth-century German culture, with a specific emphasis on art, music, and theater. Much of the collection deals...
Dates: undated

Richard Foster

Identifier: COU:614
Scope and Contents

Diary kept by Richard Foster, a member of the U.S. Geological Survey team at Glendive, Montana, led by Dr. White.

Dates: 1882

Richard K. Knaub

Identifier: COU-947
Scope and Contents

I’d Rather Be Right: A Reading Program on the Presidency, by Richard and Joan Knaub. Boulder, University of Colorado, Archive of Recorded sound.

Dates: 1986

Richard Miller

Identifier: COU-1080
Scope and Contents

The Richard Miller Collection contains the papers of Richard Miller, who graduated from the US Navy Japanese Language School, which was located at the University of Colorado in Boulder from 1942-1946. The collection contains materials related to his WWII service.

Dates: Majority of material found within 1942 - 1946

Richard Moss

Identifier: COU:1105
Scope and Contents

The Moss Family Collection contains papers of the family of Richard Moss, who graduated from the US Navy Japanese Language School, which was located at the University of Colorado in Boulder from 1942-1946. Michael Moss, Richard Moss’s brother, was a US Army Japanese Language Officer. The collection contains materials related to his family’s time in Japan and his WWII service.

Dates: 1942 - 1946

Richard Toensing manuscripts and papers

Identifier: CoU-AMRC-104
Scope and Contents The Richard Toensing manuscripts and papers comprise scores and professional materials encompassing Toensing’s career as a composer and teacher. The centerpiece of the collection is 21 boxes of scores spanning his entire career as a composer, from his 1964 Doxologies I (for Wind, Brass, and Percussion) to his final work Serene and Heavenly Bells (2014). Many of the scores are supplemented with data discs that include the...
Dates: 1964-2015

Richard White papers

Identifier: COU:4033

The Richard S. White Collection contains papers of Richard S. White, who graduated from the US Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School, which was located at the University of Colorado in Boulder from 1942-1946. The collection contains materials related to his WWII and Occupation service.

Dates: 1942 - 1945

Thomas L. Riis collection

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: COU-AMRC-114
Content Description Contains an array of materials related to Riis position as director of the AMRC from 1992-2018, as well as transcribed oral history interviews of Colorado jazz performers. Contributions also include those from Jackie Dondlinger, Charles Eakin, Paul Parmelee, Normand Lockwood, Warner Imig, Roland Dunham, Francis Wolle, Howard Waltz, Hugh McMillen, Jean Berger, Don Campbell, Ben Gray Lumpkin, and African American musicians at CU Boulder including Eileen Tate Cline, Genevieve McVey Wisner,...
Dates: 1931 - 2020

Rio Abiseo National Park Research Project Records

Identifier: COU:1351
Abstract Rio Abiseo National Park is located in the Andes and was founded in 1983 in order to protect the flora and fauna of this region. There is a high level of endemism among the plants and animals found in the park. Archaeological sites have been discovered at elevations between 2,500 and 4,000 meters and are good examples of pre-Inca socities. University of Colorado at Boulder entered a reasearch agreement with the Peruvian government in 1985 and participated in archaeological research there...
Dates: 1951 - 1995

Roady Kenehan papers

Identifier: COU:928

Roady Kenehan (1862–1927) began as a horseshoer on Wazee Street in Denver, Colo. He was elected State Auditor from 1908 through 1910, State Treasurer from 1910 to 1912, and from 1912 to 1914 was again State Auditor. He was very involved in state funding issues during the coal strikes and Ludlow Massacre in 1914. Collection contains scrapbooks of newspaper clippings concerning Kenehan’s political career and the Ludlow Massacre in addition to government publications.

Dates: 1899 - 1927

Rob Prince (World Peace Council) records

Identifier: COU:1305
Abstract Files contain the papers of Rob Prince during his membership in the Soviet sponsored peace movement, World Peace Council (WPC) as well as papers of Marilyn Barden, the Swedish Secretary of the Secretariat. The WPC was quite active in the anti-war movement during the Vietnam era and played a significant role in the opposition to nuclear arms. The WPC further provided a counter narrative to US hegemony and an alternative for activists in the West unmoved by anti-Soviet propaganda. The...
Dates: 1956 - 1999

Robert Baer

Identifier: COU:76
Scope and Contents

Manuscript entitled "Drought, Depression and the Farm Programs," compiled from chapters and clippings, concerning agriculture in Northern Colorado.

Dates: 1933 - 1966

Robert C. Hanson collection

Identifier: COU:736

Robert Carl Hanson was a sociology professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder for 29 years. This collection contains the papers of Dr. Hanson that reflect research and study in sociology. Enclosed within these papers are data collected for research, tapes, examination guidelines, letters of recommendation, books, manuscripts, reports, magazines, course notes, projects, bibliographies, proposals articles, and reviews.

Dates: 1944 - 1987

Robert Campbell

Identifier: COU-296

Robert Christy Papers

Identifier: COU:344

Robert W. Christy (1922) graduated in 1944 from the U. S. Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School at the University of Colorado, Boulder. He served as an interpreter in Yokosuka, Japan from August 1945 to June 1946. After his service in WWII Christy became a Professor of Physics at Dartmouth College. His papers include his correspondence, as well as military orders, certificates, and photographs.

Dates: 1943 - 1947

Robert Collier Jr. negatives and photographs

Identifier: COU:23
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Images consist of landscapes, mountaineering excursions, and pictures of children. Areas identified are in France, Colorado, and Wyoming. One black and white photograph of a man (presumably Robert Collier Jr.). Original index pages, by subject matter, and negative housing cover included. Index gives a range of dates from 1914 to 1924, with 1919 being the predominant date.

Dates: 1914-1924; Majority of material found in 1919

Robert Cook-Deegan Papers

Identifier: COU:4413

Human rights materials from AIUSA and Physicians for Human Rights. AIUSA materials (1985-1995) concern the Health Professional Network (HPN). Physicans For Human Rights matierials (1987-1995) include: Board of Directors (1988-1995), Chemical, Biological Warfare files (1987-1994) include the use of chemical weapons against the Kurds, other fiels include Panama (1987-) and the former Yugoslavia (1993-1994).

Dates: 1985 - 1995

Robert deKieffer Papers

Identifier: COU:510
Abstract Dr. Robert de Kieffer (1916-1999) was a faculty member/administrator at the University of Colorado Boulder from 1954, till his retirement in 1987. He became the director of the Bureau of Audio-Visual Instruction and professor of education in 1954 at the University of Colorado Boulder. He was instrumental in the establishment of televised educational programs not only in Colorado, but also in, Illinois, Oklahoma, and Ohio. Dr. de Kieffer was known greatly for his practice using audio/visual...
Dates: 1968 - 1981

Robert E. Gregg papers

Identifier: COU:717

Proofread typescript of Robert E. Gregg's "The Ants of Colorado."

Dates: 1963

Robert E. Gregg's "The Ants of Colorado" Typescript records

Identifier: COU:4340

Proofread typescript of Robert E. Gregg's "The Ants of Colorado."

Dates: 1963

Robert E. Moran Papers

Identifier: COU:5014

The Robert E. Moran Papers include the research and litigation documents that Moran utilized during his professional life as a hydrogeologist and ranges from 1950-2016.

Dates: 1950 - 2016

Robert E. Sievers papers

Identifier: COU:1461
Abstract Robert Eugene Sievers was born in Anthony, Kansas on March 28, 1935. He received his BS (in 1956) at the University of Tulsa, and both his MS (in 1958) and Ph.D. (1n 1960) at the University of Illinois, in Chemistry. He worked for the Aerospace Reasearch Labs at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base from 1960-1975, also holding concurrent positions as a visiting professor at the University of Tubingen, Germany in 1968-1969, and adjunct professor at Wright State University 1969-1975. He has...
Dates: 1967 - 1975

Robert Emmitt collection

Identifier: COU:4397

Contains drafts of several books by Emmitt, research materials, family and professional correspondence, legal documents and a pair of beaded moccasins.

Dates: 1940 - 1983

Robert F. Durden

Identifier: COU:550

The Robert F Durden Collection consists of a memoir and news clippings while attending the US Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School in Boulder, Colorado.

Dates: 1946

Robert F. Moore

Identifier: COU-1097

Robert G. Athearn papers

Identifier: COU:64
Abstract The professional papers of Robert G. Athearn (1914-1983), Professor of History at the University of Colorado at Boulder from 1947 to 1982. In addition to his professional and business correspondence, the collection contains manuscripts and drafts of his published books and articles, as well as a record of his professional activities through newspaper clippings, articles, and conference and lecture programs. There is also a large collection of research materials related to his published...
Dates: 1961 - 1988

Robert Godfrey collection

Identifier: COU:664

The Robert Godfrey collection contains papers, correspondence, films, drafts, course materials, publications and photographs on mountaineering, environmentalism and local political issues. Over his career, 1968 to 1988, Godfrey was a staff member of the Outward Bound Mountain School in Colorado, an adjunct professor at the University of Colorado and a documentary filmmaker.

Dates: 1969 - 1988

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