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Papers concern the New Anderson Ditch Company, the Smith and Goss Ditch Company, and the Vineland Lateral Ditch Company.
The C.U. Women's Center was established in 1964 in order to provide services to University women students, staff, and faculty, and women in the Boulder-Denver community. The collection consists of information pertaining to the Women's Center, its organization, origin,workshop format, client data, and evaluation forms. The resource files provide government reports, magazine and newspaper articles, student research, and bibliographies on women's issues.
The University of Women’s Club (1919-1970s), at the University of Colorado, began in the home of Mrs. George Norlin on December 12, 1919, and was formally organized in May, 1924. The goal of this organization was to foster the community spirit among women on the faculty and wives of faculty members. The collection contains papers and records (1919–1995) documenting the organization and activities of the University (Faculty) Women’s Club of the University of Colorado.
The Colorado branch of the Urban League, founded in 1947, is an organization involved with improving the employment and living conditions of minority groups. The collection contains the League's newsletter (1956-1970) copies of letters from the director on education, and information on a variety of local minority problems. SMss.
The U.S. Potash Company/Carlsbad Basin Potash Union Collection contains negotiation and bargaining reports between the U.S. Potash Company and Carlsbad Basin Potash Union.
The U.S. Russian-American Telegraph Expedition Collection contains reports, 1865-1867, and a map of Russian America or Alaska Territory, 1867, Charles S. Buckley, Engineer in chief, and a positive photocopy of manuscript reports.
Rabbi Vanessa L. Ochs, Ph.D. (b. 1953), is a Professor in the Department of Religious Studies and a member of the Jewish Studies Program since its inception at the University of Virginia. The Vanessa Ochs papers contain unpublished and edited manuscripts from Ochs' publications, personal planners, and an scrapbook created by Morristown, NJ Rosh Hodesh.
Sheets from a payroll ledger of the Vendome Gold Mining Company of Nevadaville, Colorado. SMss.
The Verner F. Chaffin Collection consists of the US Navy files of LT Verner F. Chaffin (1918- ). Verner F. Chaffin graduated from the graduated from the US Navy Japanese Language School, located at the University of Colorado in Boulder from 1942-1946. Verner F. Chaffin served in the US Navy during World War II and the Korean War. The collection consists of correspondence, pamphlets, photographs, identification, newspapers, and US Navy Records.
This collection contains Skeats’s love letters to David W. Stone, September 1946- June 1947. A CU student from 1946-1949, Skeats belonged to the Society for Women Architects and Engineers, and lived in Harding Hall. Her 46 letters discuss social events at CU and whether it would be possible for her to both marry and have a career.
The collection contains slides of Colorado town from the 1940s to the 1980s.
The Vigil family came to Trinidad, CO in the early 1860’s. Mr. Jose Urbano Vigil served as teacher, county commissioner, County Clerk, State License Inspector, and postmaster. His papers written in English and Spanish reflect his various jobs from 1900-1914. Charles S. Vigil, his son, was a Denver Attorney. His papers deal with his activities with Las Animas Democratic Party Central Committee from 1936-1946.
This collection by artist Vincent Comparetto includes 30 digital photographs that document and celebrate DIY spaces and the music subculture of Denver, Colorado. Comparetto is an artist from Denver, Colorado living in New York City, and works as a motion graphic designer, editor, painter, director, and a photographer.
Personal papers of Virgil Thompson (1896-1989), American composer and music critic, writer for the Boston Transcript and New York Herald Tribune, including correspondence with numerous composers; general correspondence; travel notes and genealogy. Collection consists of photocopies of original materials held by Yale University.
Virginia Neal Blue served as a University of Colorado Regent from 1952-1958. She was also a partner in the Blue and Blue real estate firm, and earned many awards for excellence throughout her career in both public service and the private sector. Ms. Blue later helped form the Public Employees Retirement Association and was elected Colorado State Treasurer, an office she served from 1966 until her death in 1970.
Consists in 2 notebooks containing the work of Professor Lubovich of the University of Colorado Physics Department and biographical information on Lubovich provided by Professor Bartlett. SMss.
The Volunteer Clearing House Records contains materials from an organization created by students at the University of Colorado Boulder. The collection consists of minutes, correspondence, conference materials and publications.
New methods and some results on true ionospheric height calculations. National Bureau of Standards, 1957.
W. H. Edmunds was an electrical engineer with the Colorado and Southern Railway and a member of the Board of Directors of the Rocky Mountain Mutual Insurance Company. The papers consist of business correspondence and stockholders reports.
2 letters to Mr. Will L. Herrill concerning the early settlement of Colorado.
W. H. Haynes December 12, 1854 receipt for payment of two dollars from Milus Dobbins for calling the auction.
Correspondence from Lulu Jean Elliot to Ruby Flattau related to her work with the UN Relief and Rehabilitation Administration and from Displaced Persons Camps, 1944-1946. Unprocessed.