Abstract: Collection contains guest books, notes, invitation, programs, signs, reunion posters, questionnaires, and photographs related to the Westside Reunion from 1985.
Abstract: Exie White was a professor at the Colorado Woman's College in Denver, Colorado. This collection contains memorabilia and class materials related to her career at CWC.
Abstract: Wilbert Ellis Moore received his PhD in sociology from Harvard University and taught sociology at Princeton University and the University of Denver. He was President of the American Sociological Assocation and was named the United Methodist Church University Scholar/Teacher of the Year in 1982 by the University of Denver. This collection contains correspondence, CVs, clippings, photos, and papers related to Moore.
Creator: Steele, Wilbur Daniel, 1886-1970
Abstract: Wilbur Daniel Steele papers contain biographical materials, correspondence, writings, photographs and memorabilia.
Also included correspondence and material of his daughter Muriel Hunter.
Creator: Schorger, William Davidson
Abstract: Dr.William Schorger was a professor of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Michigan as well as an international scholar. The collection contains research, notes, articles, course materials and photos that he used during his work at the University of Michigan and in his research about North African and Middle Eastern cultures.
Abstract: William E. Barrett (1900-1986) wrote numerous novels, short stories and articles. His novel, The Left Hand of God, was translated into ten different languages and was made into a movie, starring Humphrey Bogart. The Lilies of the Field was made into a movie starring Sidney Poitier in 1963. Barrett's work reflects the dilemmas of his society through interpersonal relationships and religious and ethical decisions made by his characters. His writings are representative of the needs of the age, and had great impact upon thousands of readers.
The collection consists of copies of Barrett's published works, original manuscripts and revisions, research materials, and correspondence relating to his writings. The collection spans the years 1926-1975, and also includes material concerning the movie adaptations of his novels.
Creator: Wellisch, William J., 1938-2015
Abstract: This collection is currently sorted into three (3) series. Series 1: Biographical. Series 2: Photographs. Series 3: Textiles and Objects.
Abstract: William Key received his AB degree from Southwest Missouri State College and his MA and PhD degrees from Washington University (St. Louis). He was headed of the sociology department at Washburn University in Topeka, Kans. and a researcher at the Menninger Foundation. Later, he was Professor of Sociology and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at the University of Denver. This collection contains correspondence, CVs, writings, papers, clippings, and photos related to Key.