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Overview Charles T. Cross (1922-) had a distinguished career in the Foreign Service, serving as Ambassador to Singapore, Consul General in Hong Kong, and Director of the American Institute in Taiwan. Cross was born in China and grew up speaking Mandarin Chinese. At the start of WWII, Cross was a sophomore at Carleton College. He applied for admission to the Navy's Japanese Language School at the University of Colorado Boulder. Upon graduation in 1943, Cross joined the Marines, serving in the 4th...
Dates: 1915 - 2007
Overview Charles Tarbell was a Saguache County Rancher, Banker, and Congressman. The collection contains correspondence with Wil Tufford and others, relating to efforts to establish governmental pensions for the veterans of Downers Guards, the militia unit which helped quall the uprising of 1879. Topics covered in the collection include Indian agents, banking, Saguache county, and Wil Tufford.
Dates: 1858 - 1928
Overview Charles Wellington Furlong (1895 - 1967) was a noted explorer, author, and artist. He traveled extensively through the Balkans and Middle East during the early twentieth century and served as a military observer in the latter region during World War I. This collection broadly encompasses the years 1918 to 1945 and includes materials relating to Furlong’s experience abroad, as well as his research and diplomatic interests in the region.
Dates: 1918 - 1945
Overview The Charles Z. Klauder Papers relate to the development of the University of Colorado rural Italian style of architecture. Klauder worked with University of Colorado President, George Norlin, to design a unified campus design that began in 1917 and carries on today. The papers include correspondence between Klauder and Norlin, 1917 to 1940; biographical information; articles about Klauder's architectural achievements; drawing, photos, and slides of C.U. buildings and models; and a video...
Dates: 1918 - 1938
Overview This is a collection of memorabilia of Charlotte Collie and her family, including photos, diplomas, newspaper clippings, and articles. The granddaughter of Dr. Richard Bard of Boulder, Charlotte Collie was born in 1884 in the community of Sugar Loaf, later named Delphi and Wallstreet, Boulder County. An artist and teacher, Charlotte Collie graduated from the University of Colorado in 1906.
Dates: 1875 - 1906
Scope and Contents Chauncey Thomas' “The Snow Story.” 2 folders. 18 page typescript with corrections, 5/4/37. Rocky Mountain News with printed story. Typed letter, signed 2/15/39 from C. Thomas to Prof. H.R. Warfel. Typed letter, signed, 5/16/64 from W.G. Gaffney to H.R. Warfel. Donor: H.R. Warfel, November 23, 1970.
Dates: 1937 - 1970
Overview The Chava Weissler papers include materials from her scholarship career, including research conducted on the Jewish Renewal Movement, her dissertation, book, and lectures that she gave on the subject. The collection also includes some of her research, ephemera collected at various events and retreats, as well as audio and visual materials from her work in this subject area.
Dates: 1962 - 2011
Overview These papers concern Chet Tchozewski, an activist and organizer in the peace and environmental movements in Boulder, Colorado from 1978-1987. He was affiliated with many organizations: Rocky Flats Truth Force (1978), Rocky Flats Coalition (1979), American Friends Service Committee (1980-83), Rocky Mountain Peace Center (1983-87), Eco–Cycle (1984-87), and Boulder Shelter for the Homeless (1986). This collection contains materials pertaining to his activism in the community and his association...
Dates: 1978 - 1988
Overview The Chicago-Colorado Colony was conceived in Chicago in 1870. In the following year colonists began arriving on the site near the town of Burlington in Boulder County. The colony eventually became the present city of Longmont. The collection contains record books of lot sales, minutes of Trustee meetings, a Day Book, and an 1871 pamphlet describing the colony.
Dates: 1870 - 1899
Overview The China, Burma, India (CBI) Veterans Association is one of the associations representing the former soldiers of the CBI theater. While the Allies were fighting the Axis in the European and Pacific Theater, the Allies also began the China, Burma, and India Theater in order to assist China against Japanese military forces. In 1948 the China, Burma, India Veterans Association was created in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to organize social events, reunions, and publish newsletters. After years of...
Dates: 1964 - 2005
Overview The Christopher J. Burns Collection consists of articles, newspapers, journals, notes, correspondence, brochures and advertising material collected by Burns, who was a member of the University of Colorado Journalism faculty from September 1950 until his death on December 20, 1980.
Dates: 1950 - 1980
Overview Correspondence, handwritten poetry, essays, articles, book reviews, centered on Scottish nationalism and pamphlets and newspaper ads related to Grieve's candidacy in a parliamentary elections.
Dates: 1892 - 1963
Overview The CISPES Collection contains the papers of the CISPES organization (The Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador) founded in 1980. This political organization was founded to oppose United States intervention in Central America, namely El Salvador. The goals of the organization included: “to end all forms of U.S. intervention in El Salvador and all of Central America and the Caribbean,” as well as “to provide direct support for the Salvadoran people through: material aid, and...
Overview Contains notices of meetings, including comments on the issues to be discussed. The League, also called the Committee of Civic Safety, was concerned with bringing about a judicious and economical city administration in Boulder, Colorado.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1920 - 1929
Overview Starting in the 1950s, the federal government established a peace-time civil defense program in response to heightened public concern over the threat of nuclear war. Defense efforts centered upon designating shelters and paths for evacuation from affected areas.
Dates: 1958 - 1980
Overview U.S. Federal Civil Works Administration interviews in Colorado counties, 1933-1934, produced for the Colorado State Historical Society. Materials included on the film are pamphlets, speeches, genealogy and reminiscences of people interviewed.
Dates: 1933 - 1934
Scope and Contents Copy of the Constitution and By-Laws of the Civitan Club of Grand Junction plus a file of their weekly newsletter the Civichat.
Dates: 1961 - 1964
Overview Clare H. Small (1890-1972) was the Director of the Department of Physical Education for Women, and as a professor of Physical Education at the University of Colorado. She was educated at: Mt. Holyoke College (B.A., 1912), Wellesley (Certificate in Hygiene), and New York University (M.A., 1926). She came to the University of Colorado in 1919 and retired as an Emeritus professor in 1957. The collection consists of an audio tape of a speech entitled Clare Small Speaks (1964), a copy of her M.A....
Dates: 1926 - 1972
Overview Danielson grew up in Basalt, Colorado. Clarence became a railroad man and Ralph an ophthalmologist.
Dates: 1800 - 1965
Overview This collection contains thirty-one photographs of the University Camp taken by both Claude and Evelyn Settles, and Charles F. Snow, a Boulder, Colorado photographer.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1921 - 1925
Overview Clay Malick came to the University of Colorado in 1936 as a Political Science professor specializing in constitutional law and political theory. During WWII he served as a consultant on the War Labor Board.
Dates: 1930 - 1960
Overview Clem Yore (1875-1936) who was a lawyer, newspaperman, poet and novelist. He tells of his father and grandfather’s days as Mississippi River steamboat captains, and his own days in Creede, Cripple Creek and other mining towns.
Overview Clifford Houston (1903-1995) was the President of Mesa College (1931-1937); the Director of the Extension Center, Dean of Summer Session, Dean of the Division of Adult Education and Dean of Students at the University of Colorado (1937-1957) ( see Vice President for Student Affairs); and Professor of Education at the University of Colorado 1957 until his retirement in 1971.
Overview This collection contains the personal papers and research files of Clifford P. Westermeier (1910-1986) and Therese S. Westermeier (1902-1986), both former professors at the University of Colorado Boulder. Clifford Westermeier was a painter and historian who published four books and over 20 articles on the history of the American cowboy, the rodeo, and the American West. The bulk of the material in this collection relates to his research and writing drafts. Therese Westermeier (née Stengel) was...
Dates: 1869 - 1984
Overview Clint O. Dumm (1892-1970) was a photo finisher at Yocom Studios in Boulder, Colorado, and long time railroad enthusiast. The Clint O. Dumm collection contains original photographs and scale drawings of locomotives #1, #2, #25, #30, #31, #32, #33, and #74 of the Colorado Northwestern Railroad known as the Switzerland Trail that date from 1897 to 1906. RESTRICTION: The collection can be used only for personal or scholarly purposes. Patrons must write a letter stating how they plan to...
Dates: 1897 - 1906
Overview Clinton E. Jencks (1918-2005), joined the International Union of Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers (IUMMSW) in 1946 while working at the Globe Smelter in Denver. In 1947 he became the IUMMSW local representative in the Silver City, New Mexico area. He led Local 890 in a strike against the Empire Zinc Mine in 1950 and the story of this strike is told in the 1953 film, Salt of the Earth. In 1954 Jencks ran afoul of the anti-communist hysteria when he was sentenced for perjury under the...
Dates: 1934 - 2001
Overview Captain Tyler M. came to Colorado in 1860. Engaged in hardware business and saw mill with N.K. Smith. He was partners with J.P. Maxwell in saw mill and wagon roads in South and Middle Boulder Canyons. Tyler organized rangers against Native Americans in 1864. Captain Tyler was a member of the first city government of Blackhawk and Territorial Legislature. He was a Regent of the University of Colorado at Boulder in his later years. On an interesting note, Captain Tyler had a daughter, Ella...
Dates: 1812 - 1877
Overview Club 20 was organized by Preston Walker, publisher of the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel, and a group of business leaders from across the Western Slope. While originally organized to acquire more highway funds for rural roads in western Colorado, the success of this venture led the group to work on other mutual concerns such as agriculture, timber, energy, uranium, oil shale, and tourism issues.
Dates: 1975 - 2015
- University of Colorado Boulder Libraries, Special Collections & Archives 1606
- University of Colorado Boulder Libraries, American Music Research Center 83
- CU Museum of Natural History 1
- Composers -- United States -- Archives 9
- Composers -- Archives 4
- Motion picture music -- Scores and parts 4
- Music -- United States 4
- Silent film music -- Scores and parts 4
- Jewish Renewal 3
- Music -- History and criticsm 3
- Popular music -- United States 3
- University of Colorado, Boulder. College of Music -- Faculty 3
- Country music 2
- Folk music -- Colorado 2
- Folklore -- Colorado 2
- Musicals Excerpts Scores 2
- Patriotic songs 2
- Photographs. 2
- Reform Judaism 2
- Spiritual life -- Judaism 2
- Tune-books 2
- African American composers 1
- African American women composers -- Archives 1 ∧ less
- English 1651
- Spanish; Castilian 7
- German 4
- English, Old (ca.450-1100) 1
- French 1
- American Museum of Natural History. Anthropology Division 1
- Carnegie Institution of Washington. Division of Historical Research 1
- Godfrey, Robert (Robert J.), 1941-1988 1
- Morris, Ann Axtell, 1900-1945 1
- Morris, Earl Halstead, 1889-1956 1