University of Denver
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
CitationJan. 30, 1974, letter to faculty, U172._.0003, Hillel folder
Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:
Overview This folder is the eighth of nine containing outlines and notes for Burton Feldman's ''112 Mercer Street'' book. This particular folder holds the contents of a small notebook filled with handwritten notes.
Dates: circa 2002
Feldman Documents, ''112 Mercer Street'', Press and Katherine Williams Correspondence, 2006 March 13-2008 September 5
Overview This folder contains documents procured by the archive after Burton Feldman's death, and the publication of his book ''112 Mercer St.'' once it was completed and edited by Katherine Williams.
Dates: 2006 March 13-2008 September 5
Overview This folder contains a second draft and research for a chapter in Feldman's ''112 Mercer Street''. The chapter is referred to as ''Suspic,'' and investigates the ''suspicion'' of the scientists with respect to the development of nuclear weapons and the apparent weaponizing of physics itself.
Overview This folder contains Burton Feldman's material that he used to compile a bibliography for his book ''112 Mercer Street''. The contents are a list of late and lost book notices from Penrose Library, and a few photos of Feldman's bookshelf.
Dates: 2003 June 14