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 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 152 Collections and/or Records:

10TH MOUNTAIN DIVISION PERSONAL PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: TMD309
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE This collection contains personal papers related primarily to individual soldiers who served with the 10th Mountain Division during World War II. Also included are papers related to other persons who had a significant impact on the history of the 10th Mountain Division. Donated by veterans, descendants and friends over the course of more than twenty-five years, the contents of each individual file may be limited to a single document or a single photograph, which is generally not...
Dates: 1935-2014

African-American Leadership Institute Records (Metropolitan State University of Denver)

 Collection
Identifier: ARL219
Content Description

Collection contains material related to the founding, administration and programming of the African American Leadership Institute at Metropolitan State University of Denver. Includes: board materials and meeting minutes, photographs, videos, Youth and Adult Leadership program information, fundraising information, awards, reports, and business and strategic planning.

Dates: 1985-2015

Albert R. and Ira E. Slack Papers

 Collection
Identifier: ARL166
Scope and Contents

The Ira E. and Albert R. Slack collection contains materials on the Colorado State Association of Colored Women’s Clubs, minutes of the Charm and Culture Study Club, Shorter A.M.E. Church programs and ceremonies, organizational membership pins and cards, address books, photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, plaques, certificates, awards, basketball trophies, a passport, and affiliate organizations materials.

Dates: 1913-2011

ALBERT STOKES BANCROFT PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: WH21
Scope and Contents The collection contains assorted awards, biographical information, clippings, professional correspondence, and exhibition catalogs that document Bancroft's artistic career as well as his associations with the Denver Artists Guild and Denver Art Museum. A written history and photographs of Alpha Bancroft and the couple's Redcliff Cabin, located near Estabrook, Colorado are included. SERIES 1 PERSONAL PAPERS 1910-1974 BOX 1 The series contains...
Dates: 1910-1979

AMERICAN INDIAN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING SOCIETY

 Collection
Identifier: WH1299
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The papers of this collection range from 1969 to 1997. Documents include research materials, articles and reports, and organizational papers including articles of incorporation and board meeting minutes, membership data and restricted student records. The evolution of student-oriented programs is reflected throughout materials from the late 1970s to the 1990s. The practical nature of the founders is reflected in the final reports from each program and recommendations to continue programs...
Dates: TBD

AMERICAN NATIONAL RED CROSS MILE HIGH CHAPTER RECORDS

 Collection
Identifier: WH937
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Business conducted by the Mile High Chapter is recorded in the collection of files and scrapbooks. The content represents both the administrative and the public side of the Denver based humanitarian institution. A series of Junior Red Cross scrapbooks represent international junior members from Greece, Peru, and Sweden during the 1960s. Newspaper clippings, files pertaining to volunteers, recognition awards, correspondence, newsletters, pamphlets, and reports cover the national and local...
Dates: TBD

ARCHIBALD ALLISON PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: WH739
Scope and Contents The Archibald Allison Papers (1882-1931) contains material pertaining to both Allison’s professional and personal life, including photographs and ephemera. His professional papers include material from the time he spent in Southeast Asia, Walsenburg and Colorado, as well as his published works. The bulk of the professional papers contain documents related to two defamation cases against Allison. His personal papers include correspondence, diaries, newspaper clippings, legal documents,...
Dates: 1882-1931

ARCTIC SURVIVAL TRAINING CAMP PAPERS OF DAVID ABBOTT

 Collection
Identifier: WH1448
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Arctic Survival Training Camp Papers of David Abbott span 1942 to 1997. The collection comprises two boxes, which contain a scrapbook, photographs, button, patches, and correspondence. As a former instructor at the Arctic Survival Training Camp, David Abbott collected materials both from various camps and from subsequent reunions. Reunion materials date from 1981 to 1997. Although Abbott's service was short, he was active in the survivor group before being honorably discharged. The...
Dates: 1943-1997

ARNOLD C. HOLEYWELL

 Collection
Identifier: TMD62
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Arnold C. Holeywell's World War II correspondence, along with his World War II sketches and watercolors, make up a significant portion of this collection, which spans 1943 through 1997. Additional materials document Holeywell's active participation in the 10th Mountain Division Alumni Association and the National Association of the 10th Mountain Division. SERIES 1 WORLD WAR II 1943-1945 BOX 1 Letters Holeywell wrote to his mother make up the...
Dates: 1943-1997

ARTHUR F. MUSCHLER PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: TMD26
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection spans 1944 to 2002. It includes historical reference materials as well as administrative papers related to Muschler's role in the International Federation of Mountain Soldiers and the National Association of the 10th Mountain Division. Limited photographs and personal papers complete the collection. SERIES 1 PAPERS 1944-2002 BOX 1-2 Brief histories, both from American and German perspectives, comprise the 10th Mountain...
Dates: 1944-2002

Arvada Senior Center Friday Club Records

 Collection
Identifier: WH2480
Scope and Contents

Scrapbooks about the Arvada Senior Center Friday Club containing photographs, documents, negatives, and newspaper clippings.

Dates: 1960-2014, undated

AVERY-MEAD FAMILY PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: WH564
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Mead family photographs comprise the bulk of the collection. Edgar A. Mead's Spanish-American War memorabilia also forms a portion of the collection and includes medals, brass uniform accouterments, a song book, programs, newspaper clippings and articles. Limited papers delineate Avery family and Mead family genealogy and describe the Avery home at 328 West Mountain Avenue, Fort Collins, Colorado, which has been preserved as a museum and listed on the Register of Historic...
Dates: TBD

BAERRESEN BROTHERS ARCHITECTURAL RECORDS

 Collection
Identifier: WH476
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Baerresen Brothers Architects Papers consist of architectural drawings, one scrapbook of photographs and newspaper clippings of their buildings, and photocopies of records, photographs and newspaper articles. The bulk of the collection focuses on two brothers, Harold William Baerresen (1846-1918) and Viggo Egede Baerresen (1858-1940), who formed the architecture firm. The material spans the years 1849-1974. SERIES 1 ORIGINAL MATERIAL 1847-1983 BOX...
Dates: 1840-1983

BEN BEZOFF PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: WH36
Scope and Contents The collection primarily documents Ben Bezoff's career as a political figure and radio personality through his correspondence and memorabilia, with Bezoff's correspondence comprising the bulk of the collection. Also included are award certificates, newspaper clippings and photographs. The contents of four scrapbooks are preserved on microfilm. The scrapbooks include newspaper clippings, correspondence and memorabilia from Bezoff's early career as an actor and in radio broadcasting. One radio...
Dates: 1929-1979

BENJAMIN DRAPER PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: WH1064
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Materials found in the Benjamin Draper Collection cover the years 1859-1977. The collection includes all the research notes, informational sources and the rough drafts that Benjamin Draper used in his dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Denver in Colorado. Information in the collection does, however, extend beyond the actual content of the dissertation, Colorado Theatres 1859-1969. Collection...
Dates: 1859-1977

BEVERLY ROSEN PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: WH2051
Scope and Contents The collection spans 1952-2002 and documents Rosen's career as an artist. Photographs of Rosen's paintings comprise the bulk of the collection. SERIES 1 PAPERS 1964-2002 BOX 1 Brochures, written reviews, newspaper clippings and articles document Rosen's art exhibits. Additional papers provide insurance and planning details. Numerous pages from Rosen's sketchbooks and a typed manuscript detailing her career complete the series....
Dates: 1952-2002

BISHOP JOHN F. SPALDING AND LAVINIA SPALDING PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: WH738
Scope and Contents The Bishop John F. Spalding (1828-1894) and Lavinia Spalding (1840-1929) Papers span the years 1878-1935. Material includes correspondence, manuscripts and scrapbooks. John Spalding was the first Bishop of Colorado and 104th in succession in the American episcopate. He and his wife founded St. Luke's Hospital in Denver, Colorado. Their daughter, Sarah Spalding, wrote a history of Saint Luke's Hospital which is included in the collection. SERIES...
Dates: 1878-1960

BOETTCHER AND COMPANY RECORDS

 Collection
Identifier: WH844
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Boettcher and Company collection contains material on the Boettcher Investment Company, Boettcher and Company, Claude Boettcher and family. Material consists of meeting minutes, by-laws, certificate of incorporation, notice of dissolution, promotional brochures and booklets, transcripts of interviews and scrapbooks. The scrapbooks contain material spanning 1925 to 1991. Limited personal photographs also form part of the collection. SERIES 1 PAPERS...
Dates: 1906-1991

BURNHAM HOYT ARCHITECTURAL RECORDS

 Collection
Identifier: WH1188
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The majority of the papers in this collection range from 1915 to 1960 (with a few 1982 and 1994 papers relating to alterations of one Hoyt-designed home). The bulk of the collection consists of architectural plans for private residences and institutions. Included are plans for some of Hoyt's important works. For example, the plans for Red Rocks, listed in the National Register of Historic Places, are included. From the drawings, it is apparent that Hoyt took into account the physical and...
Dates: TBD

BURNIS MCCLOUD PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: WH1128
SCOPE AND CONTENT If it happened in Denver's African American community from the 1940s to the 1970s, Burnis McCloud photographed the event. He took more than 100,000 photographs. The collection includes photographs and negatives of everything from organizations and sporting events to weddings; beauticians and barbers to formal dances and debutante balls; NAACP conventions; golf and other sporting events. McCloud’s images include notable African Americans who passed through Denver, including Martin Luther...
Dates: 1888-1983; Majority of material found within 1940-1976

BYRON L. JOHNSON PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: WH1074
SCOPE AND CONTENT This collection comprises the papers, clippings and other documents assembled by Byron Johnson as a state representative and as a member of the U.S. Congress. Items related to a short-lived attempt at a liberal coalition in the mid-1960s called the National Conference for New Politics are also found here. Johnson was a leading expert on public transportation, and those interests are much in evidence in his collection. Many of the materials were accumulated while he was serving as...
Dates: 1949-1993

CAMPBELL AND PATTERSON FAMILY PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: WH1264
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Campbell and Patterson Family Papers consist of family and political correspondence, newspaper articles (clippings), pamphlets, biographies, reports, minutes, b/w photographs, and a scrapbook spanning the years 1852-1944. Political correspondence and newspaper articles contain career highlights of A.W. Campbell Jr. and Thomas M. Patterson. In addition, the collection includes Margaret Campbell’s involvement in The National American Women’s Suffrage Association and The National League for...
Dates: TBD

CAPITOL HILL UNITED NEIGHBORHOODS RECORDS

 Collection
Identifier: WH1016
Scope and Contents The Capitol Hill United Hill Neighborhood papers span the years 1966 to 2016. The collection consists of its operational files, board and committee meeting materials, zoning and licensing information, fundraising records, photographs, and memorabilia. Operations files provide insight into the proceedings of the Board of Directors and the Board of Delegates meetings. The Executive Director's and the President's documents include correspondence and appointment books. The daily operating...
Dates: 1966-2016

CAPITOL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY RECORDS

 Collection
Identifier: WH1056
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Materials in The Capitol Life Insurance Company collection consist of documents and photographs ranging from the 1880s to 1979, with the bulk of the material ranging from 1923 to 1965. Financial information about the company is limited within The Capitol Life Insurance Company’s collection. Three financial volumes, dated 1904 to 1907, consist of a policy journal by Thomas F. Daly, a policy register, and a policy log book that record the company’s early financial beginnings....
Dates: 1880-1979

CHANGING SCENE THEATRE RECORDS

 Collection
Identifier: WH1483
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Changing Scene Collection spans ca.1930-2006. Materials in the collection include: records of the Changing Scene’s business operation, production programs from 1968 to 1999, professional and personal photographs and production posters. Information about the Munt-Brooks Dance Studios in New York and Denver, personal documents and memorabilia, information concerning the professional histories of Al Brooks and Maxine Munt and musical manuscripts of pieces composed by Al Brooks Pew...
Dates: TBD

CHARLES A. WOUDENBERG

 Collection
Identifier: TMD310
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection spans 1943 to circa 2000 with Woudenberg's World War II letters making up the bulk of the material. Military records, limited memorabilia, and photographs complete the collection. SERIES 1 PAPERS 1943-1954 BOX 1 The bulk of this series is made up of letters written by Charles A. Woudenberg to his family while stationed at Camp Hale and Camp Swift and during the Italian campaign in 1945. Letters that mention "Ant"...
Dates: TBD

CHARLES GORDON LEE ARCHITECTURAL RECORDS

 Collection
Identifier: WH1232
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Charles Lee Architectural Records span the years 1943-1966. The collection includes general office and financial ledgers from Lee's architectural business and project files containing specifications, correspondence, sketches, notes, invoices, newspaper clippings, reports, and proposals. Also included are architectural drawings for private residences, businesses, and institutions. The drawings illustrate Lee's intricate detailing and draftsmanship. ...
Dates: 1943-1966

CLARENCE AND FAIRFAX HOLMES PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: WH1270
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection contains documents, audio-visual materials and photographs ranging from 1892 to 1980. The bulk of the collection consists of photographs, papers, audiotapes and film reels of the many organizations with which Clarence and Fairfax Holmes were active. Personal, business and family materials are also included. Scrapbooks, correspondence and personal papers provide a glimpse into Denver's African American community from the turn of the twentieth century through the Civil Rights...
Dates: TBD

CLEMENT YORE PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: WH1417
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Clement Yore Papers contain both published and unpublished manuscripts of novels, short stories, poetry, newspaper and magazine articles written by Clem Yore. He wrote primarily westerns, mysteries and poems. The material includes correspondence, a scrapbook containing clippings of stories and articles written by or about Clem Yore and sheet music for songs written by Yore and his wife, Alberta. The material spans 1875-1971. SERIES 1 MANUSCRIPTS...
Dates: 1893-1971

COALITION TO SAVE CIVIC CENTER PARK RECORDS

 Collection
Identifier: WH2084
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Ranging from October 2006 to October 2008, the Coalition to Save the Civic Center Park collection documents the process by which Denver City government proposed a new location for the Colorado Historical Society in Civic Center Park, the efforts by a local citizens' group to oppose the location and, finally, the selection of an alternate location. SERIES 1 COALITION TO SAVE CIVIC CENTER PARK DOCUMENTS 2006-2008 BOX 1 This series contains...
Dates: 2006 - December 2008