Creator: Ramke, Bin, 1947-
Abstract: Collection contains personal papers of University of Denver English Professor Bin Ramke. Contains photographs, manuscript and poem drafts, research materials, essays, clippings, publications, personal journals and notebooks, Macintosh Powerbook G4, Macbook Air, course materials; primarily photocopies of primary materials.
Creator: Feldman, Burton
Abstract: Burton Edward Feldman (1926-2003) served as faculty member of University of Denver, Department of English from 1965-1998. During his time at the University, Feldman acted as Director of Undergraduate Honors in English (1968 - 1974), Editor of the Denver Quarterly (1970 - 1975), and Director of Graduate Studies in English (1980 - 1984). Feldman also published poetry and scholarly works, including The Rise of Modern Mythology: 1680 - 1860 and 'The Nobel Prize: A History of Genius, Controversy, and Prestige. The collection contains records pertaining to Feldman's works as well as correspondence, photographs, drawings, newspaper clippings, address books, journals, calendars, scrapbooks, and research notes.
Creator: Clemmer, Cleta, 1887-1977
Abstract: Born in 1887, Cleta Clemmer was an American author. She lived in Escondido, California, and it was there she wrote the stories and poetry in this collection. This collection consists of manuscripts of short stories and poems.
Abstract: Dr. Kenneth Kuanling Fan was a poet from Taiwan who invented a new poem format called "Hsin Ku" or "New Classic." A Hsin Ku poem consists of four lines of four words each, with the second and fourth words nearly rhyming. This collection contains a paper fan with a Hsin Ku poem inscribed on the back by Dr. Fan.
Creator: Spencer, Lilian White, 1876-1953
Abstract: Lilian White Spencer (1876-1953) was a playwright and poet who lived in Denver, Colorado as a child and again from 1918-1944. Spencer wrote plays, reviews of plays, script revisions, poetry and also translated French literature. She was best known in Denver for pageant writing. She wrote The Pageant of Colorado, an epic drama, which was performed May 1927 with a cast of 1,500 as part of a celebration commemorating the opening of the Moffatt Tunnel. Her papers include pen and ink drawings by Dean Babcock used to illustrate Spencer's book of poetry, Bestiary.
Abstract: Poem on the Page collection of Broadsides from various publishers. Poetry by various poets.
Abstract: The Treat family moved to Colorado during the later part of the 19th century. Adna Adams Treat, father of Charles A. Treat, passed away in 1900 and is buried in Riverside Cemetary in Denver, Colorado. The collection contains a diary from the year 1864 kept by Charles A. Treat and a scrapbook kept by Mary E. Treat (nickname "Minnie"), Charles A. Treat's wife..