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Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:

10th Mountain Training Group meeting oral history

 Collection
Identifier: C MSS OH201
Scope and Contents Recording of a group meeting of former soldiers who served in the 10th Mountain Division. Speakers include: Don Boswick, Fred Smith, John Bradley, Nate Morrell, Steve Knowlton, and Georgianna Contigulia. There are other speakers on the tape but they are not clearly identified. Subjects include: ski races, a wedding, the Aspen ski museum, mule stories, stories about troops and people, and talk about videos and films that we made, or were in the process of being made about the division. May be a...
Dates: 1992

Carolyn E. Balster Oral History

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Identifier: M1198
Scope and Contents Collection contains an audio cassette recording of Balster reconstructing the events surrounding the Sand Creek Massacre and William Bent's role in seeking a peaceful settlement; transcript of tape.
Dates: 1978

Cathy M. Ferguson oral history

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Identifier: C MSS OH190
Scope and Contents The interview provides information and personal observations by Cathy M. Ferguson, Security Guard with Colorado Shared Services. During a construction project at The Children's Hospital, 1056 East 19th Street, Denver, Colo. in August 1978 an incident occurred during excavation of a parking lot in front of Tammen Hall. After the removal of a large planter and an elm tree, a coffin was removed and taken away in a Hearse. Ferguson also mentions an archives that was once located in the basement of...
Dates: January 29, 1979

Charles D. Hunt oral history

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Identifier: C MSS OH216
Scope and Contents The interview provides information and personal observations about Hunt's home environment through Basic Training, Ski School training, Camp Swift and the Italian campaign -- being inducted into the Army and assignment with the 7th Armor Division, during training, his Battalion was disbanded and its personnel assigned to the 90th Mountain Infantry -- training in rock climbing and skiing, and assignment to mule handler duties -- 90th was disbanded and transfer to the 86th Regiment of the 10th...
Dates: TBD

Dan L. Kennerly oral history

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Identifier: C MSS OH220
Scope and Contents The interview provides information and personal observations about Kennerly's background, military training and experiences during World War II.
Dates: TBD

Dan L. Kennerly papers

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Identifier: C MSS -M2011
Scope and Contents The collection contains a selection of correspondence, recollections (1998); photograph (1998), clippings (1998, 2003); military records (1945); oral history index (n.d.); diary (1945); pocket notebook (1945); copies of three memoirs written by Kennerly: "A brief history of the ski troops" (n.d.), "Belvedere the bloodying" (1945), and "War diary ..." (1945); audiocasette of Earl Clark and Dan Kennerly (n.d.).
Dates: Check date

Denver Landmark Commission Records

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Identifier: WH887
Scope and Contents Collection contains binders with survey worksheets and photographs of individual structures gathered during architectural field surveys; accompanying data includes information about the neighborhoods and the survey process; staff reports; applications for design review and evaluations; meeting minutes; agendas; clippings; audio cassette recordings of meetings.
Dates: 1973-2015

Don Coyte oral history

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Identifier: C MSS OH208
Scope and Contents The interview provides information and personal observations about testing of the 'Weasel", a tracked Army snow vehicle on the Columbian Ice fields in Canada. The Unit received Quonset huts, which they had to assemble on the glacier, this was claimed to be the first assembly of the Quonset hut in a field environment.
Dates: TBD

Earl Clark and Richard Over oral history

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Identifier: C MSS OH206
Scope and Contents During a radio interview broadcast on Denver station KPOK, Jeanna Waring interviews Earl Clark and Richard Over: discussion as to why a Mountain Infantry Division was formed, who made the decision, who was instrumental in formulating the decision, and when and where it was formed; training, organizing and equipping of the unit are also detailed; the decision to change the initial unit mission in Europe from the liberation of Norway to the "Gothic Line" in northern Italy; combat mission in...
Dates: no date

Earl Clark, Malcolm MacKenzie and H. Newcomb Eldredge oral history

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Identifier: C MSS OH202
Scope and Contents Interview conducted by Martha Teichner, CBS network commentator, and daughter of Pepi Teichner, a 10th Mountain Division ski instructor: how the idea of a mountain infantry unit was sold to, and approved by, Gen. Marshall, Army Chief of Staff by Minnie Dole, the National Director of the Ski Patrol; experimental unit was created in 1941, before the Pearl Harbor attack; most of the ski instructors were first generation Americans and their heritage was German, Italian, and Austrian, but there was...
Dates: no date

Elaine A. Clearfield Papers

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Identifier: WH529
Scope and Contents Collection contains research notes, articles, artwork, drafts, bound copies of her book "Our Colorado Immortals in Stained Glass; correspondence, newspaper articles, agreement, manuscript, edits for book "But You're Different"; audio cassette of interview on KCFR radio (Denver, Colo.).
Dates: 1954-2002

Francis W. Lovett oral history

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Identifier: C MSS OH226
Scope and Contents The interview provides biographical information and personal observations about Lovett's experiences with the 10th Mountain Division during World War II: time at Camp Hale, service friends, stress, transition to civilian life and post-war career.
Dates: 2003

Harvey A. Wieprecht oral history

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Identifier: C MSS OH241
Scope and Contents The interview document Wieprecht's experiences as a member of the 10th Mountain Division: experiences as a ski instructor, radioman and mortar team leader in the 86th during training at Camp Hale and Camp Swift; arrival of his unit in Naples and their movement to the front lines, relieving a British unit; Company F was the first 10th Mountain Division unit to engage the Germans; experiences during the attack on Riva Ridge and the subsequent defense; liberation of Italian villages on the way to...
Dates: no date

Hunter L. Slugg oral history

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Identifier: C MSS OH235
Scope and Contents The interview provides information and personal observations about Slugg's experiences with the 10th Mountain Division during World War II: mountaineering training; how he scored expert with the BAR during training and being assigned as a BAR man in his unit; unit's arrival in Italy and movement to the front lines relieving British Forces in the Belvedere area; promotion to assistant Squad leader as a Sergeant; experiences during Riva Ridge, Po Valley, Lake Garda and the brief encounter with...
Dates: no date

Jack Van Brunt oral history

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Identifier: C MSS OH239
Scope and Contents The interview provides information and personal observations about Jack Van Brunt's experiences training at Camp Hale, Colo. and Fort Carson, Colo. when he was assigned to the Mountain and Cold Weather Training Center
Dates: no date

James A. Goodwin oral history

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Identifier: C MSS OH214
Scope and Contents The interview provides information and personal observations about Goodwin's extensive mountaineering background, which qualified him for the 10th Mountain Division, -- experience in training mountain climbing to personnel of other Army units, at locations in Va., Camp Hale, and W.Va. -- training four to five hundred soldiers from 12 army Divisions -- techniques and equipment he used as well as his personal experiences in training Army personnel in mountaineering techniques -- his off-duty...
Dates: TBD

James A. Michener speech

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Identifier: C MSS -M1796
Scope and Contents Collection contains the record of a speech given at the Denver Public Library while Michener was in Colo. researching his book: Centennial. Michener discusses his writings and gives advice to aspiring authors.
Dates: 1973

John H. Caster oral history

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Identifier: C MSS OH436
Scope and Contents Collection contains two interviews recorded on two audiocassettes: 1. Provides information and personal observations about Caster's experiences with the 10th Mountain Division during World War II (January 11, 1993) -- 2. Contains comments about the Vail Ski Trooper statue project (May 23, 1995).
Dates: January 11, 1993; May 23, 1995

Judge Alfred Arraj oral history

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Identifier: C MSS OH516
Scope and Contents Judge Arraj discusses his professional career as a lawyer and judge. Individuals mentioned include: Edwin Carl Johnson, William Lee Knous, Jean S. Breitensen, Howard Taft King, Gordon Allot, Byron G. Rogers, Sr., James K. Groves.
Dates: May 16, 1991

Judy H. Montero Papers

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Identifier: WH2321
Scope and Contents Collection contains Montero's office files: reports, correspondence, clippings, audio recordings, plans documenting her work on various City of Denver projects and with service organizations: parks and recreations, Denver Union Station, city redevelopement, commuter rail, neighborhoods, preservation.
Dates: 1968-2015

LambdaCom records

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Identifier: C MSS WH1200
Scope and Contents Collection contains videocassettes and audiocassettes of Colorado Out Spoken and Lambda Report programs.
Dates: 1983-2001; Majority of material found in 1990-1994

LaVern O. Trepp oral history

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Identifier: C MSS OH238
Scope and Contents The interview provides information and personal observations about his correspondence written during military service: early skiing experience, and experiences as a member of the 87th Mountain Division; post-war activities.
Dates: no date

Leo J. Kohlman oral history

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Identifier: C MSS OH221
Scope and Contents The interview provides biographical information and personal observations about Kohlman's experiences as a member of the 10th Mountain Division: civilian background as a working cowboy, rodeo performer and skier; entered the Army at age 30, immediately volunteered for the ski troops and was assigned to the 87th Regiment as an armorer in the supply unit; participated in the Kiska operation, and relates experiences including thoughts on the friendly fire episode, poor leadership and various...
Dates: no date

Margaret Coel papers

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Identifier: C MSS WH2077
Scope and Contents The collection contains copies of manuscript and research notes for the various books published by Coel: Chief left hand (1980-1981), Eagle catcher (1994), Ghost walker (1996), Dream stalker (1997), Lost bird (1999), Spirit woman (2000), Thunder keeper (2001), Killing raven (2002), Shadow dancer (2002), Eye of the wolf (2004), Wife of the moon (2004), Drowning man (2006), Girl with braided hair (2007), Blood memory (2008); lectures; professional papers; historical research; correspondence;...
Dates: Check date

MARIAN CASTLE PAPERS

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Identifier: WH63
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection contains manuscript drafts and proof sheets for the four novels that Castle wrote: Deborah, 1946, Morrow Press The Golden Fury, 1949, Morrow Press Roxana, 1955, Morrow Press ...
Dates: 1928-1960

Martin Fredmann papers

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Identifier: WH2145
Scope and Contents Collection contains materials: correspondence, house programs, awards, posters, clippings, photographs, ephemera that document Fredmann's career as a dancer, teacher, choreographer and artistic director for Colorado Ballet, Tampa Ballet, Teatro Comunale, London Festival Ballet, Maryland Ballet, Dortmund Ballet, Scapino Ballet. Additional video tapes related to Colo. Ballet (1978-2006), Tampa Ballet (1983-1990), promotional, rehearsal and ballet school videos (1979-ca.2007), and audio tape...
Dates: 1913-2011

Maxine Kurtz Papers

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Identifier: WH191
Scope and Contents The collection contains the book manuscript for "Reflections on a Model Cities Planning Process" and her memoir: "Invisible Cage: A Memoir"; Denver Model Cities' material; research files; photographs and audio tapes on the history of city planning in Denver, Colo.
Dates: 1958-2002

Nancy Keene Papers

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Identifier: WH2316
Scope and Contents Collection contains articles, correspondence, speech transcripts, reports, newsletters, workshop materials, photographs, VHS video tapes, audio-cassette tapes documenting Keene's involvement with PFLAG.
Dates: 1977-2009; Majority of material found within 1977-1999

Nancy Tarter Oral History

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Identifier: OH237
Scope and Contents The interview provides information and personal observations about Nancy Tarter experiences with the 10th Mountain Division during World War II: Nancy worked in the Signal Corps but had worked for the Associated Press as a telephone/telegraph operator -- she recalls one story of her husband sneaking back from a training exercise to spend a night with her, which was a court martial offense; .being assigned to Alamogordo, N.M. she wrote the first story, dictated to her by General Arnold, about...
Dates: 1994