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Ted Humphry

Identifier: COU-4305

Telepost Bill

Identifier: COU:1567
Scope and Contents

Letters to Coloradans about the Telepost Bill, granting a right of way to the Telepost Telegraph Company.

Dates: 1910

Telfer Mook

Identifier: COU-1095

Terry Marshall papers

Identifier: COU:5027

The Terry Marshall Papers range from 1870 to 2014 and contains documents on the Saguache County Community Council, history on the San Luis Valley, activism, Marshall’s professional writings, as well as his fictional novel, Soda Spring.

Dates: 1870 - 2017

Tessa Bielecki Papers

Identifier: COU:5009
Abstract Tessa Bielecki co-founded the Spiritual Life Institute of America with Father William McNamara in 1965 in Sedona, Arizona. She spent the next forty years establishing monastic communities and additional retreat centers in Colorado, Novia Scotia, and Ireland. Bielecki's teachings on the contemplative life of silence and solitude have taken the form of workshops, retreats, classes, and interfaith political dialogue on a global stage. In 2003, Bielecki left the monastic community to start the...
Dates: 1965 - 2019

The Colorado Democrat publications

Identifier: COU:384
Scope and Contents

The official publication of the Democratic State Central Committee of Colorado.

Dates: 1957 - 1963

The Free School collection

Identifier: COU:618

The Boulder Free School (also known as the Community Free School) was founded in the late 1960s to provide alternative education, including courses in folk medicine, astrology, dance and others not available through the University of Colorado. The collection consists primarily of catalogues which include informational articles and course descriptions and schedules. Also included is information on the unincorporated University and other publications relating to the school.

Dates: 1969 - 1977

The Houston Mount Everest Flight 1933 Records

Identifier: COU:4380

The Houston Mount Everest Expedition of 1933 includes photographs, correspondence, and booklet relating to the Houston Mount Everest Expedition 1933.

Dates: 1933

The Little Kingdom: Central City Collection

Identifier: COU-1570

A video history of Central City from gold mining in the 1860s to to casino gambling in 1996. Produced by the City of Central City, Leanne Sander and Bud Leonard.

Dates: 1996

The Prospectors

Identifier: COU:1309

The Prospectors was a group of 5 Colorado artists, Muriel Sibell Wolle, Francis Hoar, G. Meux, F. C. Trucksess, and Virginia True. The collection contains their Publicity Book - a scrapbook of clippings, lists, and biographical material, plus a book of exhibit listings.

Dates: 1940

Theodore A. Chester Papers

Identifier: COU:338
Abstract The Theodore A. Chester Collection contains related to Chester’s World War II Naval service. Chester (1919-2014) attended the US Navy Japanese Language School (JLS), at the University of Colorado in Boulder from 1942-1944. After graduating from the JLS, Chester then attended the Advanced Naval Intelligence School in New York. While stationed in the Pacific, Chester was assigned to different units to interrogate and translate Japanese documents. Following his discharge from the Navy, Chester...
Dates: 1943 - 1956

Theodore Adelson Papers

Identifier: COU:10
Abstract From December 1942 to May 1944, Ted Adelson studied Japanese in the US Navy Japanese Program at the University of Colorado Boulder. Once Adelson graduated, he was stationed at Washington D.C. translating Japanese naval code. At the end of the war, Adelson was assigned as an interpreter for the US Strategic Bombing Survey in Japan and the US Technical Mission in Japan. After being placed on inactive duty in June 1946, Adelson returned to the United States and opened and successfully ran...
Dates: 1942 - 1946

Theodore Dru Alison Cockerell papers

Identifier: COU:359

Theodore Dru Alison Cockerell, professor of zoölogy at the University of Colorado from 1904 to 1934, was an internationally known naturalist who researched and published prolifically in zoölogy, botany, ecology and paleontology.

Dates: 1878 - 1948

Thomas Bradshaw

Identifier: COU-3918

Thomas Brosh manuscripts and personal papers

Identifier: CoU-AMRC-13
Scope and Contents

Manuscripts and personal papers of Thomas D. Brosh (b.1946), composer, music theorist; graduate of the University of Kansas, University of Colorado Boulder, Banff School of Fine Arts, University of Denver, Catholic University; professor and dean emeritus, Community College of Aurora (1980-2001), formerly asssistant professor of theory and composition, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (1972-1980). Includes manuscripts, correspondence, programs and publicity, and audio recordings.

Dates: 1966-2006

Thomas E. Williams collection

Identifier: COU:1736
Abstract The Thomas E. Williams Collection consisted of correspondence between T.E. Williams and his family (1940-1957); military documents and correspondence (1941-1999), including T.E. Williams memoirs from Peiping and Tsingtao; yearbooks, scrapbooks and awards given to T. E. Williams; photographs including Navy ROTC, the Tulane University of Louisiana, Program, Commissioning Ceremonies, May 27, 1963, Tulane University Graduation Ceremony (1963), Ceremony at the Surrender of Japanese Military...
Dates: 1915 - 1992

Thomas Hart Benton

Identifier: COU-3897

Letter from Colonel Benton to the people of Missouri. Central National Highway from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Washington, 1853. Includes statements by Antoin Leroux and John C. Fremont on the desirability of the central railroad route to the Pacific. The appendix includes extracts from the speeches and writings of Benton on the subject of the railroad route. SW-A192, in the library of the University of Illinois.

Dates: 1853

Thomas Howells

Identifier: COU-810
Dates: Majority of material found in 1960's-1980's

Thomas J. Meier paper on Colorado Ku Klux Klan

Identifier: COU:1063

A research paper on the Colorado Ku Klux Klan, titled Cloaks of Little Courage. Written by University of Colorado student, Thomas Meier, for Dr. Hal Bridge’s class, American Society and Thought Since 1860.

Dates: 1920

Thomas Jefferson Awards Records

Identifier: COU:3634
Abstract The University of Colorado Thomas Jefferson Award Committee is responsible for choosing the Thomas Jefferson Award winners from campus nominees. The committee is also responsible for the disbursement of the cash awards and, maintenance of the funds for the Thomas Jefferson Award. The grant for this award was donated in 1960 and its first award given in 1961. Requirements for receiving the grant were set by the Robert Earll McConnell Foundation and the award has been administered subsequently...
Dates: 1960 - 2001

Thomas Jefferson O'Donnell papers

Identifier: COU:1190
Abstract A collection of papers, correspondence, and legal cases of T. J. O’Donnell (1875-1924). O’Donnell came to Colorado in 1879 and set up a notable Denver law practice. During his 4 decade career, O’Donnell achieved recognition for his landmark cases that were often in the supreme courts of Colorado and the US. The majority of the collection is legal briefs and case pamphlets. O’Donnell was also involved in many organizations including being the founder of the Colorado Bar Association (CBA)....
Dates: 1875 - 1924

Thomas M . Patterson family papers

Identifier: COU:1245

The Patterson Family Papers illuminate the family life of the Pattersons and represent a vivid social, domestic, economic, cultural and educational record. Thomas Patterson was a leader in real estate, law, and politics in Denver and Colorado. The collection consists primarily of correspondence among family members over the period, 1865-1925.

Dates: 1865 - 1925

Thomas R. Miller

Identifier: COU:1081

Col. Thomas R. Miller was an early Colorado mining engineer. His collection contains correspondence, reports, maps and pictures of mines Miller invested in and reported on. 1880-1909. Approx. 60 items

Dates: 1890 - 1910

Thomas Riha Papers

Identifier: COU:1350

Thomas Riha, professor of Russian History at the University of Colorado, disappeared in March 1969. His disappearance provoked at considerable controversy as the anti-government atmosphere environment of the University and Boulder were then at their height during the Vietnam War. His whereabouts are still a mystery. The materials in this collection contain no references to Riha's disappearance, but concern his field of Russian history and include scholarly articles by Riha.

Dates: 1958 - 1969

Thomas Robson Papers

Identifier: COU:1362

Thomas Robson owned a wholesale retail grocery store in Leadville, Colorado from 1881-1906. The collection contains; ledgers, daybooks, invoices, receipts, bills, cancelled checks and correspondence with customers.

Dates: 1881 - 1906

Thomas Sewall papers

Identifier: COU:4365

The Thomas Sewall papers consist of an autograph album from the 1830's of photographs and inscriptions by those living in Massachusetts.

Dates: 1799 - 1830

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