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Roger G. Barry glaciology collection

Identifier: COU:5025

The materials in this collection were collected by the National Snow and Ice Data Center. The NSIDC supports research into the cryosphere, or the earth’s frozen places, by managing and distributing scientific data. The collection includes many of the analog materials archived by the World Data Center and NSIDC on glaciology from a period of 1860 to 2012 and consists of photographs, data sheets, ice charts, maps, reports, and obersvations regarding ice and glaciers from around the world.

Dates: 1860 - 2012

Bassick Mining Company

Identifier: COU:106
Scope and Contents

Financial statements of the Bassick Mining Co. of Querida, Colorado, plus a letter to stockholders on a claim conflict with the Whistle claim.

Dates: 1879 - 1882

Bella Mody papers

Identifier: COU-4012
Abstract Bella Mody is Professor Emerita and former de Castro chair in Global Media (2004-2014) at the University of Colorado Boulder. It was the first time direct broadcast satellites were used for a year-long teaching experiment anywhere in the world and took place in 1975-76 in 4,00 of the poorest villages in India. The social science evaluation reports were completed in the latter part of the 1970s-early 1980s. Also included are reports of evaluation research conducted in villages in India on the...
Dates: 1970 - 1980

Ben G. Chastain papers

Identifier: COU:332

The Ben G. Chastain Papers provide information on Chastain's work as a barber, the poultry business and herbal doctoring.

Dates: 1910 - 1928

Ben Gray Lumpkin Collection

Identifier: COU:1004
Abstract Ben Gray Lumpkin (1901-1982), earned a BA (1925) from University of Mississippi, where he stayed and worked as a secretary-clerk in the Mississippi State Department of Archives and History and also the Mississippi Division Office of Southern Bell Telephone Company. After receiving his MA also from UM (1932), he taught English until 1937 and eventually at the University of North Carolina. He earned his Ph.D. here in 1944. During WWII, Lumpkin wrote technical manuals for the U.S....
Dates: 1948 - 1983

Ben Gray Lumpkin Field Recordings and Papers

Identifier: CoU-AMRC-60
Scope and Contents Papers and field recordings of Ben Gray Lumpkin (1901-1982), folklorist, professor of English (1946-1969). Papers and recordings relate specifically to Lumpkins work in collecting the folk songs of Colorado, especially in hillbilly songs; papers related to his career in the University of Colorado Department of English are housed separately in the University Archives. Includes documentation and biographical information on informants, correspondence, index files, and teaching and writing...
Dates: 1924-1970

Benjamin Long papers

Identifier: COU-997
Scope and Contents

Original copy of Benjamin Long's discharge paper from the Company "C" Third Regiment of the Colorado Cavalry (100 day volunteers) December 28, 1964, soon after the Sand Creek Massacre. Also included is the original copy of Long's pension authorization paper dated December 20, 1912.

Dates: 1864 - 1912

Benjamin McLane Spock papers

Identifier: COU:1499

The need for resistance. Boulder, University of Colorado, Archive of Recorded Sound. Recorded October 1, 1969 at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

Dates: 1969

Benjamin S. Galland collection

Identifier: COU:630

The Benjamin S. Galland collection consists of drafts of newsletters written by University of Colorado law professor Galland for his friends and former students during WWII (1942-1945). Also included is return correspondence from these individuals (1942-1945), two newspaper clippings, a signed “Welcome Home Book” (1945), and a Unit history/year book of the 2766th Engineer Base Photomapping Company. Professor Galland taught at the University of Colorado from 1931 through the early 1950s.

Dates: 1942 - 1945

Bent and St Vrain collection

Identifier: COU:130

William and Charles Bent and Ceran St. Vrain built Bent's Fort on the Arkansas River in 1832 as a buffalo robe and fur trading post on the Santa Fe Trail. Through trade with the Kiowa, Cheyenne, and Arapahoe, Bent's Fort performed economic, diplomatic, and provisioning functions. They also built Fort St. Vrain on the South Platte River. The collection contains letters, photographs and articles about the two families and about Bent's Fort.

Dates: 1830 - 1850

Bent-Hyde Papers

Identifier: COU:131
Abstract George Bent was the son of William Bent and his Cheyenne wife, Owl Woman. He was raised as a Cheyenne but sent to Westport and St. Louis for schooling along with his younger brother Charles. He fought as a Confederate in the Civil War before being captured and paroled to Colorado. George survived the Sand Creek Massacre and joined the Cheyenne to fight against their enemies. It was during this time that Bent witnessed and participated in the Indian wars and conflicts he recorded. Later he...
Dates: 1905 - 1918

Bernhard Haurwitz collection

Identifier: COU:4059
Abstract Bernhard Haurwitz was a professor and researcher for all of his adult life. He studied atmospheric waves, pressure variations, and other dynamic meteorological phenomena for more than 60 years. Teaching and doing research at, and for, various institutions across the world; Haurwitz is known as one of the fathers of dynamic meteorology. He received many accolades for his work in the fields of Meteorology and Geophysics including: a position at the National Academy of Science (in both the...
Dates: 1921 - 1995

Berton Coffin papers

Identifier: CoU-AMRC-20
Scope and Contents The Berton Coffin Papers contain professional materials on Dr. Coffin’s work as a Vocal Pedagogue from 1956 to his death in 1987. The collection contains writings and publications, including first editions of his books along with drafts and research material used and developed by him; press releases and copyright certificates for his publications; audio cassettes; and projector slides from his classes. Includes materials related to his students and collaborators; as well as posthumous...
Dates: 1956-2007

Beth Terpena papers

Identifier: COU:1569

Scrapbook containing newspaper clippings about various 19th/20th century topics: the silver question; John Paul Jones; Colorado in World War I; Colorado regiments on the Mexican border; Russo-Japanese War; Spanish-American War; Cuba; Henry M. Teller; mining in Colorado; Boulder, Colorado; Denver maps, 1885 and 1906.

Dates: 1800 - 1910

Bikeways In Boulder Valley

Identifier: COU:134

A report of the findings and recommendations of the Boulder Bikeway Planning Study by the City of Boulder Transportation Department. The plan consists of physical bicycle facilities, programs for education, enforcement, ordinance revisions, and bikeway maintenance.

Dates: 1976

Bill and Nancy Moore Collection

Identifier: COU:1096
Abstract William “Bill” and Nancy Moore were peace activists and lobbyists working through the Wyoming Baha’i community. The Bill and Nancy Moore Collection contains pamphlets detailing connections between the Baha’i Faith and social causes of peace, promotional materials and articles relating to the Idaho Magic Peace Project from 1985 to 1986, as well as the July 1982 issue of Top of Israel that includes articles explaining developments in the Arab-Israeli conflict. The materials are dated from 1975...
Dates: 1975 - 1986

Bill Grebe

Identifier: COU-4118

Bill of sale of an enslaved person

Identifier: COU.MS.363

A bill of sale for a 9 year old child, Jasson, from William R. Campbell to Milus Dobbins. He was sold for $696.50 on February 8, 1856 in Iredell County, North Carolina.

Dates: 1856

Black Hawk Waltz: Tale of a Rocky Mountain Town

Identifier: COU-141
Scope and Contents

1 video copy of Black Hawk Waltz: Tales of a Rocky Mountain Town, City of Black Hawk, Dennis Aig and Khashyar Darvich, 1996 AT 24

Dates: 1996

Black Local History

Identifier: COU:142
Scope and Contents

Nine cassette tape interviews with local Boulder black residents stemming from Black Studies 499 seminar in Local Black History.

Dates: 1973 Spring

Black Student Alliance collection

Identifier: COU:2197
Abstract African American students attended the University of Colorado well before 1900, and were represented on campus by the multi-racial and international Cosmopolitan Club in the late-19th and early-20th centuries. In 1965, at the height of Civil Rights movement in the United States, several student groups on campus splintered off and became more politicized. The Black Student Alliance, established in 1969, was created to support African Americans' social, political and educational goals at the...
Dates: 1968 - 1998

Blanche Telhelm Frantz Papers

Identifier: COU:617

The Blanche Talhelm Frantz Collection contains historical files concerning Rocky Ford, Colorado, and personal items of Ms. Frantz and the Talhelm family. The collection contains original documents such as newspapers, a photograph, land title, and handwritten diary entries of Mrs. Henry Talhelm, Blanche’s mother, dated 1896.

Dates: 1890

Blanket Weaving in the Southwest and Southwest Textile Database records

Identifier: SWT
Scope and Contents This collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, image rights forms, museum catalogs, and images related to the efforts of Ann Lane Hedlund and the Gloria F. Ross Center for Tapestry Studies to publish Joe Ben Wheat’s manuscript on Southwestern weaving, posthumously titled Blanket Weaving in the Southwest (University of Arizona Press, 2003), and efforts to create a database of the textiles examined and photographed by Wheat, entitled the Southwest Textile Database (
Dates: 1970-2010; Majority of material found within 1997-2003

Bob Schaffer papers

Identifier: COU:1601

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

Bosnian International Community Records

Identifier: COU:156

The Bosnian International Community was founded by a group of concerned citizens from Boulder, Colorado in order to help and support the ideal of a multi-ethnic community in Bosnia and to demonstrate support from the CU Boulder community to the University of Mostar.

Dates: 1994 - 2004

Boulder Action for Soviet Jewry Collection

Identifier: COU:0159
Abstract Boulder Action for Soviet Jewry (BASJ) was established in 1987 as a nonprofit agency to advocate for and eventually assist in the resettlement of more than 250 refuseniks, including Soviet mathematician and human rights actvist, Naum Meiman. BASJ and The Center For Human Rights Advocacy, a nonprofit public interest law firm, continued their work advocating on behalf of more than 100 refuseniks from Dushanbe, the capital of Soviet Tajikistan and Boulder’s Sister City. After some of the first...
Dates: 1987-1997, Boulder Action for Soviet Jewry; 1987-2012, Maria Rogers Oral History Program

Boulder Artists' Guild records

Identifier: COU:162
Abstract Founded in 1925, the charter members of the Boulder Arts Guild were Myrtle Campbell, Eve Drewelowe, Ruey Hardisty, Gwendolyn Meux, Katherine Peers and John Renell. Virginia True and Muriel Sibel joined the guild several years later, drawing the group more closely to the University of Colorado's Fine Arts faculty. The guild's purpose was to encourage creative artists and to promote and advance the graphic and plastic arts. It presented public shows of its members work annually in Boulder....
Dates: 1923 - 1989

Boulder Campus Planning Committee records

Identifier: COU:2213

The Boulder Campus Planning Commission is a group of 25 members that advise the Chancellor of the University of Colorado Boulder onland use and planning issues regarding the campus. It was established in the late 1960's and was officially recognized by the University in 1971. The collection mainly consists of plans for remodeling many of the buildings in the University of Colorado Boulder from 1969 to 1988.

Dates: 1969 - 1988

Boulder Campus Staff Council records

Identifier: COU:3338
Abstract The Staff Council has been serving the University of Colorado since 1962, when it was formed under the name, Staff Advisory Committee. Between 1972 and 1974, the university reorganized into four campuses, and the name of Boulder campus’s staff council was changed to the Boulder Campus Staff Council. The Staff Council is made up of University of Colorado Boulder staff and serves as the voice of the staff. The collection consists of the Staff Council’s constitutions, bylaws, minutes, records,...
Dates: 1962 - 2005

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