Abstract: Collection contains slides from D. U. Program: “King and Queens,” “High C’s,” office files, bound print-outs from Banner containing the financial records for various Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences academic units and the dean's office for the fiscal years of 1995,1996, and 1997. Several binders also include chronological files from FY 1997. The chronological files include memorandums, correspondence, invoices, receipts, account lists, as well as multiple additional genres of documents.
Creator: Alcock, George W.
Abstract: The Aspinwall Family Papers consist of letters and documents written by William H. Aspinwall, or relating to the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, which he founded. Other material concerns Lloyd Aspinwall, who appears to be the son of William. Finally, there are documents from the person who found and saved the letters and Wayne Aspinall, who might have been distantly related.
Abstract: Collection contains documents pertaining to awards granted and nominated from the University of Denver. This collection is unprocessed.
Creator: Babi Yar Park Foundation
Abstract: Collection contains minutes, administrative papers, correspondence, reports, scrapbooks, news clippings, photos, public relations materials and architectural drawings from the Babi Yar Park between 1969-2013.
Creator: Matchett, Barry
Abstract: The collection consists of oral histories by residents of the University Park neighborhood in Denver, Colorado and recount life in the south Denver neighborhood from early 1900 to the mid-1980s as part of 14-year old Barry Matchett's 1986 Eagle Scout project. Residents relate the history of University Park including the trolley that served the area, grocery stores and holiday celebrations. The subdivision was platted in 1892 and the University of Denver moved to its University Park Campus in the early 1890s. University Park School, part of the Arapahoe County School District, was built in 1893 on the corner of East Iliff Avenue and South St. Paul Street. In 1894 the Chamberlin Observatory was dedicated at Observatory Park on the corner of East Warren Avenue and South Fillmore Street. University Park Methodist Church was located at South University Boulevard and East Warren Avenue.
Abstract: Born in Maine in 1828, Isaac Batchellor served in the US Navy. In 1859 he came to Colorado and became a tradesman and local government officer, serving in the territorial legislature from 1872 to 1880. In 1872 he married Ellen Chatfield, and they had a daughter, Charlotte Batchelor Sheppard. Ellen's brothers were Charles and Clark Chatfield, who fought in the Civil War. This collection contains memorabilia related to the members of the Batchellor and Chatfield families and correspondence between them.
Abstract: Collection contains photographs, correspondence, journals and newsletters related to Bea Asherman from 1924 through 1998.
Abstract: This collection contains biographical materials associated with prominent Colorado Jewish individuals or families and, in a few cases, groups of Jewish Coloradoans. Materials include newspaper clippings, obituaries, correspondence, photocopies of legal documents, books, magazines, and essays.
Abstract: The Businesses Collection reflects the diverse role Jews played in the economic growth of the American West, particularly within Colorado. It includes a paper on Jewish businesses and articles and documents from and about a variety of businesses, dating from 1890 to 2007.
Abstract: Collection contains miscellaneous clippings and articles about Jews in the Rocky Mountain west, primarily from the Rocky Mountain News, the Intermountain Jewish News (IJN) and the Denver Post. Some of the articles are from a column, "Out of the Past," written by Mike Zelinger that appeared in the IJN. Also included is the Century Edition of the IJN, 1913-2013.