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  • New Hampshire vs. Miami Men's Ice Hockey Game, 1997 December 28

    Record ID: U302.01.0003.00011

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: New Hampshire and Miami's men's ice hockey teams compete in the Denver Cup finals in the McNichols Sports Arena in Denver, Colorado.

  • 1926 Dean-Warfield City of Commerce Basketball Team, 1926

    Record ID: U300.01.0012.00067

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: 1926 Dean-Warfield City of Commerce basketball team poses for a group portrait.

  • DU Pioneers vs. Alaska Anchorage, 2001 October 26-27

    Record ID: U300.05.0026.00062

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: University of Denver (DU) Pioneers men's ice hockey game program from October 26-27, 2001 for a game vs. the University of Alaska-Anchorage in a game in the Magness Arena in Denver, Colorado. Game programs features team rosters for both teams, coaching staff, statistics, and schedule.

  • University of Denver Hockey, D.U. vs. U.S. Nationals, November 26-27, 1971, 1971 November 26-27

    Record ID: U300.05.0025.00043

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: University of Denver (DU) Pioneers men's ice hockey game program from November 26-27, 1971 for a game vs. the United States National Team in the University of Denver (DU) Field House Arena. Game program features team rosters for both teams, coaching staffs, individual player profiles, statistics, University of Denver (DU) hockey history, and a home and road schedule for the 1971-1972 season.

  • Rabbi William S. Friedman at Seminary

    Summary: Formal portrait of Rabbi William S. Friedman and an unidentified man. At the time of this portrait, Rabbi Friedman was attending Hebrew Union College.

  • Unidentified Men's Football Player, between 1930-1950

    Record ID: U300.06.0048.00053

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: An unidentified men's football player poses for a portrait.

  • Senator Peter H. Dominick speech to East Carolina College students. Part 1, 1966 September 15

    Record ID: M085.10.0194.00001.00001

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) delivers a speech to the faculty, staff and students of East Carolina College in Greenville, N.C. on September 15, 1966. Sen. Dominick discusses why it is important to have an interest in politics and government, the disadvantages of a government run by one political party, and the advantages of having a balanced, two-party government. Dominick also outlines the philosophical differences between the Democratic Party and the Republican Party, emphasizing the Republican Party's beliefs in a robust foreign policy, individual self-determination, and strong state and local governments.

  • Sen. Dominick speech at East Carolina College. Part 2, 1966 September 15

    Record ID: M085.10.0194.00001.00002

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) concludes a speech to the faculty, staff and students of East Carolina College in Greenville, N.C. on September 15, 1966 and answers questions from the audience. Sen. Dominick discusses topics including home rule for the District of Columbia, the prospects of success for Republican congressional candidates in the upcoming election, civil rights legislation, and his views on recent civil rights demonstrations. Dominick also discusses United States fiscal policy including possible tax increases and implementing wage and price controls to combat inflation.

  • Tenn. Wesleyan Mock Convention, 1964 April 10

    Record ID: M085.10.0194.00003

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Following opening ceremonies and several short speeches by students, local dignitaries and Congressman William E. Brock (R-Tenn.), Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) delivers the keynote address at a mock Republican National Convention organized by students at Tennessee Wesleyan College in Athens, Tenn. on Friday, April 10, 1964. Sen. Dominick discusses the prospects for success for Republican candidates in the upcoming presidential and congressional elections, saying that a majority of Americans support the principles of the Republican Party. He notes that Republicans won the popular vote in 1960 except in large cities like New York, Detroit, and Chicago and talks about how Republicans are increasing their support in urban areas. Dominick also discusses the failures of the Democratic leadership including scandals, negativism, and a failed foreign policy with respect to communist nations.

  • Georgetown University Forum. 971, 1965 June 21

    Record ID: M085.10.0194.00004

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) participates in a panel discussion during the 971st consecutive broadcast of Georgetown University's radio program, Georgetown University forum, on June 21, 1965. Sen. Dominick, Dr. Lev E. Dobriansky, Chairman of the National Captive Nations Committee and Professor of Soviet Economics, Georgetown University, and Representative Michael A. Feighan (D-Ohio) discuss topics related to Captive Nations Week including which countries should be designated as under communist domination, the need to differentiate between communist regimes and the people they are governing before calling them communistic, gaining political concessions before increasing trade with communist countries, and the pros and cons of using the Voice of America to increase the spread of U.S. ideas to communist nations.