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University of Denver

 Organization

Sources

The first reference to Colorado Seminary was in The Rocky Mountain News of November 27, 1862: “ a board of Trustees, composed of the solid men of Denver, has been organized to superintend the erection of a seminary building… for an academic education.”
Sources Breck, "From the Rockies to the World"
University of Denver votes to adopt quarter system in 1929.
Sources "University Adopts New Quarter Plan; Vote Unanimous," The Denver Clarion, vol. 34, no. 19, November 26, 1929, 1.
First year Hillel organization features full programming at DU

Citation

Jan. 30, 1974, letter to faculty, U172._.0003, Hillel folder

Found in 286 Collections and/or Records:

Feldman Documents, Note cards for ''The Rise of Modern Mythology: 1680 - 1860'', between 1955-1970

 File
Identifier: M145.06.0013.0010
Overview This folder contains Note cards used by Burton Feldman for organizing his thoughts while compiling his notes for ''The Rise of Modern Mythology: 1680 - 1860''.
Dates: between 1955-1970

Feldman Documents, Note cards on ''112 Mercer Street'', between 1995-2003

 File
Identifier: M145.08.0018.0026
Overview This folder contains a notebook of research and notes for Burton Feldman's ''112 Mercer Street'' project.
Dates: between 1995-2003

Feldman Documents, Notebook on ''112 Mercer Street'', between 1995-2003

 File
Identifier: M145.08.0018.0025
Overview This folder contains a notebook of research and notes for Burton Feldman's ''112 Mercer Street'' project.
Dates: between 1995-2003

Feldman Documents, Notebooks titled ''Mystery'', between 1985-1992

 File
Identifier: M145.09.0020.0011
Overview This folder contains notes on plotlines and characters for Burton Feldman's mystery novels. The notes are mostly related to a story idea called ''Memory Bank.'' There is also a list of novel titles in the notebook.
Dates: between 1985-1992

Feldman Documents, ''Notes A - Z'' Binder, between 1960-1970

 File
Identifier: M145.06.0013.0012
Overview This folder is the contents of a binder labeled ''Notes A - Z''. The contents consist of a series of notes and drafts, kept alphabetically, by Burton Feldman pertaining to a future project that would chronicle the history of mythology from roughly 1700 to the ''present,'' then being about 1960. These are early notes that eventually would be used in his work ''The Rise of Modern Mythology, 1680-1860''.
Dates: between 1960-1970

Feldman Documents, Notes and Drafts of ''Fame Book'' Intro, circa 1970-1990

 File
Identifier: M145.05.0012.0015
Overview This folder contains notes and drafts for the introductory chapter of Burton Feldman's book on ''Fame''. The chapter introduces the bulk of the themes that will be covered in the work.
Dates: circa 1970-1990

Feldman Documents, Notes and Drafts of ''Josephus Play'', between 1950-1960

 File
Identifier: M145.09.0016.0020
Overview This folder contains notes and drafts of a play. The piece is called ''Josephus Play,'' and is based loosely on a few historical Judaic figures.
Dates: between 1950-1960

Feldman Documents, Notes and Outlines, ''The Rise of Modern Mythology'', between 1955-1975

 File
Identifier: M145.06.0013.0001
Overview This folder contains notes and outlines for Burton Feldman and Robert D. Richardson's project ''The Rise of Modern Mythology.'' A good portion of these notes are devoted to the ideas of myth in the years following 1870, a span of time which the final book did not actually cover.
Dates: between 1955-1975

Feldman Documents, Notes and Research on Goethe (1 of 2), circa 1965-1980

 File
Identifier: M145.05.0012.0008
Overview This folder is the first of two containing Burton Feldman's research on Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. The research is broad, but has a good deal of focus on Goethe's optics, Faust, and some elements of mythology.
Dates: circa 1965-1980

Feldman Documents, Notes and Research on Goethe (2 of 2), circa 1965-1980

 File
Identifier: M145.05.0012.0009
Overview This folder is the second of two containing Burton Feldman's research on Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. The research is broad, but has a good deal of focus on Goethe's optics, Faust, and some elements of mythology.
Dates: circa 1965-1980