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San Juan Region

Identifier: COU:1410
Scope and Contents

Microfilm copies petitions and incorporation papers for the towns of Ophir, Portland, Red Mountain, and Ironton; for the Denver and Rio Grande and the Denver and Southern Railroads; plus records of the Ouray County Court and Board of County Commissioners.

Dates: 1870 - 1880

Sanborn Insurance Maps

Identifier: COU-1411
Scope and Contents Digital Sanborn Maps was created from ProQuest Information and Learning's microfilm collection of 660,000 Sanborn Maps, which were filmed from the Library of Congress' collection. The Library's Sanborn collection includes all maps submitted to the Library through copyright deposit and a set of maps transferred to the Library from the Bureau of the Census. Maps from the Bureau of the Census include corrections issued by the Sanborn Company that were pasted over the original map sheet. Maps...
Dates: Unknown

SANE (Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy) Boulder Chapter

Identifier: COU:1409
Scope and Contents

The papers of the Boulder Chapter of SANE, a grass-roots activist group in favor of freezing nuclear weapons, contain publications of allied organizations: Greenpeace USA, American Friends Service Committee, the National Committee of Atomic Survivors, and others. The collection also includes SANE publications dating from the 1980s which challenge the nuclear policies of the Reagan administration.

Dates: 1973 - 1986

Sanford Gladden papers

Identifier: COU:659
Abstract Sanford C. Gladden (1902-1992) worked at the National Bureau of Standards and was a life long genealogist and local historian. His interests included 19th century Boulder and families in areas relating to his genealogical interests. The collection includes: research materials; birth, marriage and death data; and maps. The research material was used to produce a series of booklets providing accounts of many historical topics on 19th century history of Boulder, Colorado. Also included are...
Dates: 1954 - 1992

Sasaki Associates, Inc

Identifier: COU:1413

The Sasaki Associates, Inc. was an architectural firm under contract with the University of Colorado during the major building effort of the 1960s and 1970s. They designed the 30th street family housing area, the Business School, Parts of the JILA Tower, LASP Building, Regent Hall, Williams Village, and various other buildings, parking areas, tennis courts, and service structures.

Dates: 1960 - 1970

Scohy Family collection

Identifier: COU:4025
Scope and Contents

24 maps and mining claims, primarily in the Magnolia Mining District of Boulder County, Colorado.

Dates: 1900

Martin Scorsese VHS Tape Collection

Identifier: COU:5010

The personal VHS tape collection of American film director and producer Martin Scorsese. The collection includes over 4400 narrative films, documentaries, and television programs recorded and collected by Scorsese since the 1980s.

Dates: 1980s-2000s

Seattle Action for Soviet Jewry Papers

Identifier: COU:3887

Records (1972-1991) documenting the activities of a human rights nongovernmental organization on behalf of Soviet Jewry. Founded in 1974 the group forced the issue of Soviet Jewry onto the communal agenda in Seattle, Washington. The materials include general files concerned with various aspects of the rescue movement, and files concerning prisoners of conscience, refugees, and refuseniks.

Dates: 1972 - 1991

Semi-Centennial Signature Book Records

Identifier: COU:1445

A book with the signatures of 28 "old-timers" and the dates they came to Boulder. Presented by the Semi-Centennial Committee of the Boulder Commercial Association.

Dates: 1909

Sender Garlin papers

Identifier: COU:636
Abstract Sender Garlin was a prominent Boulder labor journalist, social activist and lecturer. In the course of his long career, he became the editor of The Labor Defender, The Coal Digger (National Miner’s Union), The Western Worker (San Francisco), and associate editor of New World Review (New York). He was a founding editor of The Partisan Review (1934) and a charter member of the American Newspaper Guild. Sender Garlin participated in many protest movements throughout most of his life. He became...
Dates: 1927 - 1986

Seville Flowers Papers

Identifier: COU:611
Abstract Seville Flowers, 1900–1968, was a professor of botany at the University of Utah from 1936 until his death. Flowers was state chairman of the National Educational Associate’s Science Department (1934 – 1936), president of the Utah Education Association (1935 – 1937), and the vice president (1964 – 1965) and president (1966 – 1967) of the American Bryological Society. The Seville Flowers Collection includes class lectures and notes, manuscripts, and drawings of specimens during his time as a...
Dates: 1920 - 1968

Seymour Family papers

Identifier: COU:1450

The Seymour Family is traced back to 1639; this collection contains materials from Edward Seymour, who moved his family from Plymouth, Ohio to Denver, Colorado in 1861 as well as his son, Bennett Seymour, linked to gold towns and businesses in Oro City, Central City, and Denver, Colorado. Originals of the diary and reminiscenes are located at the Colorado Historical Society.

Dates: 1861 - 1865

Sheldon Jackson scrapbooks

Identifier: COU:855

Sheldon Jackson (1834-1909) organized Presbyterian Home Mission activities in the Rocky Mountain West and in Alaska during the 1870s-1890s. The collection consists of microfilm copies of 64 scrapbooks of clippings and articles about his work. About half of the books deal with Alaska; others with Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico and additional western states. There are also scrapbooks with hymns, personal items, and information on women's missions.

Dates: 1869 - 1900

Shirley Jackson papers

Identifier: COU:4353

Manuscripts and early drafts of stories by Shirley Jackson.

Dates: 1949 - 1950

Si Frumkin

Identifier: COU:626

Sibyl C. H. Schneller scores

Identifier: CoU-AMRC-82
Scope and Contents

Photocopied songs written by composer Sibyl C. H. Schneller.

Dates: Majority of material found in 1930–1960

Sidney Cobb papers

Identifier: COU:357

University of Colorado Professor Emeritus of Psychology. His fields were community health and psychiatry. His collection includes research into human ecology and epidemiology, publications, correspondence, news articles, various organization materials and photographs.

Dates: 1942 - 1998

Sidney DeVere Brown Papers

Identifier: COU:253

This collection contains materials from Dr. Sidney D. Brown (1925-2010), a graduate of the U.S. Navy Japanese/Oriental Languages School and WWII Navy Japanese Language Officer, as well as a professor of Japanese history at the University of Oklahoma. The collection contains correspondence about his time at the USN JLS/OLS, draft copies of book chapters he wrote, and some of his USN JLS/OLS educational materials.

Dates: 1944 - 2000

Siegfried Mandel Papers

Identifier: COU:5031
Abstract The papers relate to the professional research and publications of Siegrfied Mandel who was a professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Colorado at Boulder. He was the author, co-author, editor and contributor of fourteen books and wrote articles and book reviews for over thirty-five publications. Manuscripts, book reviews, published articles, translations and German, Hebrew, Italian and French texts are included in this collection. Published books are located in...
Dates: 1893 - 1994

Siegfried Wagener papers

Identifier: COU:1649
Abstract Siegfried Wagener (1898-1976) was a journalist/author who immigrated to the U.S. in 1926. He moved to Meeker Park, Colorado in 1930, and continued his writing there. During World War II he became a "propaganda analyst" by monitoring short-wave broadcasts from Berlin, Moscow and Tokyo and publishing his analysis in a column called "We're Listening" in the Chicago Daily Times. The collection contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, photographs, manuscripts, other writings...
Dates: 1910 - 1970

Sierra Mining Company records

Identifier: COU:1459

Letter book containing reports from general manager F. W. Endlich and his assistant, Fred W. Taylor, to the general offices of Sierra Mining Company in Philadelphia, concerning the operation of the mines in Lake Valley, New Mexico

Dates: 1883 - 1884

Silent Film Music Collection

Identifier: CoU-AMRC-84
Scope and Contents

Music from the silent film era, including cue sheets, film scores, folios, and incidental music from two Colorado organists, Claire H. Hamack and Adele V. Sullivan.

Dates: 1908-1930

Silver and Gold record

Identifier: COU:3460

The Silver & Gold Record, the administration, faculty, and staff news organ of the University of Colorado was established in 1970. The collection includes an alphabetical clipping file for the years, 1970-1985, which was probably used as a research file for S&G Record staff. Also included are reports and documents relating to the origin of S&G Record. The collection also contains minutes from the faculty and staff editorial committee for the years, 1970-1985.

Dates: 1970 - 2009

Silver State Record

Identifier: COU:1464
Abstract The Silver State Record is a Denver, Colorado publication published monthly with an annual index. It is an historical newspaper covering the Pike's Peak Region. It reprints newspaper articles from original Nineteenth Century issues of Colorado journals. Also, it offers current news on local and regional organizations devoted to the enjoyment, consumption and study of local history, and it provides editorial comment on research projects concerning subjects pertinent to Colorado's eventful...
Dates: 1963 - 1965

Simcha Paull Raphael Papers

Identifier: COU:4999
Abstract Rabbi Simcha Paull Raphael, Ph.D. (1951-) is the Founding Director of the DA'AT Institute for Death Awareness, Advocacy and Training., an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Jewish Studies program of Temple University, and has a private practice as a transpersonal psychotherapist and spiritual director in Philadelphia, PA at the Mount Airy Counseling Center. Ordained by Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi as a Rabbinic Pastor, Raphael has written extensively on death and afterlife and is the...
Dates: 1970 - 2022

Simon Paul Kramer papers

Identifier: COU:955
Abstract Simon Paul Kramer (1914-2008) graduated in June 1944 from the US Navy Japanese Language School (JLS), located at the University of Colorado in Boulder. During World War II (WWII), LT USNR Kramer served as an interrogator/translator, intelligence officer, and served in US submarines in the Pacific. After WWII, Kramer worked for the CIA in Latin America until he retired in the 1960s. The collection contains: correspondence, military documents, WWII photographs, and drafts of his memoir,...
Dates: 1946 - 2008

Simon Tucker papers

Identifier: COU:1593

Single Parents on Campus records

Identifier: COU:3994

Files of the Non Traditional Students Center and single parents on campus, 1978-1981.

Dates: 1978 - 1981

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