University of Denver. Chancellor's Office
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Overview Maurice B. Mitchell (1915-1996) served as the thirteenth Chancellor of the University of Denver, Denver, Colorado from 1967 to 1978. During his tenure he established the annual Publishing Institute and oversaw the construction of several buildings such as Penrose Library and the Shwayder Art Building. While he was Chancellor, Woodstock West, a student protest against the Vietnam War, was resolved. Prior to his arrival at the University, Mitchell was President of Encyclopaedia Britannica,...
Overview Collection contains records, ephemera, documents, reports, and other information related to the Office of the Chancellor. Chancellor’s materials are from the offices of Heber Reece Harper, Albert Charles Jacobs, Ross Pritchard, Dwight Smith, Daniel L. Ritchie, and Robert D. Coombe.