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Song lists and notebooks from Carrie Mae Farrington Craver (1878-1965) and her daughter, Grace Craver Small (1896-1996), pioneers, folk singers, folk song collectors. Includes tape recorded interview.
Collection contains clippings, photos, booklets and sheet music written and published by Carrie Jacobs-Bond and Son at the Bond Shop
List of statements concerning an unidentified mine by Peter French, Superintendent of the Cashier Stamp Mill located in Black Hawk, Colorado.
The Center for Action Research was a center of the Sociology Department which trained VISTA volunteers during the 1970s. Collection contains inactive records from 1970-1976 including administrative files and project files, especially community juvenile delinquency projects.
The Boulder, Colorado-based center collection contains case files on political asylum, individuals, by location, by issue, and by petitioner. Also included are Criminal Justice Institute files. The collection is closed.
Center for Labor Education and Research (CLEAR) operated as a labor advocacy and education unit at the University of Colorado and as part of the CU Extension Center and Continuing Education from 1962-until the 1990s. The center promoted understanding of labor legislation, executive orders, etc., which regulated industrial and labor conditions, the court interpretations of the laws, and the governmental machinery for administrating the laws and orders.
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This project was conducted by Dr. Leanne Sander and the University of Colorado History Department. Residents of Central City, Colorado were interviewed concerning the history and changes in Central City and how gambling has affected the town.
Daily record book of an unidentified Central City saloon.
Charles C. Slater (1924-1978) was a professor in the University of Colorado College of Business from 1968 until his death in November 1978. Professor Slater’s research centered upon macro-marketing, food systems planning, and simulation models for planning including the project COLOSIM.
This collection contains the papers of Charles Cambridge, an enrolled member of the Navaho Tribe, archaeologist, anthropologist, and former faculty member at the University of Colorado Boulder, whose research focused on traditional architectural designs, as well as AIDS and its effects on American Indian populations.
A graduate of Harvard University and the Universities of Leipzig and Strassburg [sic], Charles C. Ayer (1866-1947), was a professor of Romance Languages at the University of Colorado from 1897 to 1931. Professor Ayer traveled widely, took part in many dramatic productions, and was active in university and off-campus theatrical events. The papers contain photographs of prominent people, newspaper clippings and theater programs.
Republican Charles D. (Jim) Bromley (1899-1968) was elected to four six year terms as Regent of the University of Colorado (1928-1934, 1950-1956, 1956-1962, 1962-1968). The collection pertains to his last term and subsequent years. Included are correspondence, reports and legal matters concerning the University, as well as other regent business.
Charles Pughe (1844-1927) had farms near Longmont in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The collection contains three account books for his farms.
Charles E White was a Captain in the US Army Air Corps during World War II
Manuscript compositions and papers of Charles Eakin (b. 1927), Composer and bass player; Professor of Music, University of Colorado (1950-?); Bass player, Houston and New Orleans Symphonies; Faculty member, University of Minnesota and Baylor University, including published and unpublished music, photographs, publicity materials, recordings, and correspondence.
Photocopy of Captain Charles Eastman's diary kept while he was in military service during the Spanish-American War.
Charles Vavra came to Boulder, Colorado in 1920 and taught physical education and coached gymnastics at the University of Colorado for more than 37 years. The collection consists of clippings and photos of Charles Vavra's gymnastic competitions in high school and college.
In his unpublished typescript autobiography, Charles Hayden (b.1872) describes Mexican customs in the Walsenburg area of Colorado in the 1880s and his own experiences as a coal miner, student at the University of Colorado, freighter into the San Luis Valley, and deputy attorney of Saguache County. The manuscript reflects Hayden's observations of people and his involvement in politics.