Abstract: The All Undergraduate Student Association (AUSA) was a student group at the University of Denver whose primary function appears to have been that of Student Senate. These records include meeting agendas and minutes for the student senate as well as records of various senate court cases, information regarding organizatioin activities, financial records, bylaws, and student publications.
Abstract: Caleb Frank Gates served as Chancellor of the University of Denver from March 1941 to November 1943 and again from February 1946 to August 1947. Collection consists of his papers.
Abstract: [copied and pasted from "Treasurer" section of index_cardgen.xls, Excel version of physical cardfile] "Millington, F.C. financial officer, 1890-92? Cranston, Earl 1879-83 March 13, 1890, W.P. Miller, financial agent." Willard, Rev. Oliver A., 1864- Financial Agent. Beggs, Prof. R.H. by 1-29-1898 Chamberlin, Frederick J. Died 1929. Also trustee, alumni Kassler, Edwin S., March 15, 1930 made controller, Sept. 1930 Downer, Issac Frank, Sept. 1930- also Trustee, Pioneer, Oct. 1930, p.6 F.C. Millington, Financial agent.1881/2 succeeded Dr. Cranston as Sec. of Brd
Creator: Electronic Media and Sponsorship
Abstract: Collection contains audio and video recordings from the Division of Athletics and Recreation at the University of Denver.
Abstract: The University of Denver's Center for Colorado’s Economic Future was established in 2007 to examine the fiscal health of Colorado's state and local governments and their ability to sustain fundamental public investments appropriate to Colorado's long-term economic vitality. The records contain business plans, legal briefings, news releases, strategic planning, studies, and meeting minutes.
Abstract: This collection contains materials related to Heber R. Harper, who was Chancellor at the University of Denver from 1922-1927. These materials are his personal papers, including his speeches, diaries, and papers relating to his personal and professional memberships.
Abstract: Contains papers relating to Chancellor Albert Charles Jacobs and his time at the University of Denver.