Colorado Women's College
- Existence: 1888 - 1973
- Usage: 1973 - 1982
- Usage: 1888 - 1966
- Usage: 1966 - 1973
College created in 1888 as Colorado Woman's College. Its name changed to Temple Buell College in 1966, and changed again to Colorado Women's College in 1973 and merged into the University of Denver in 1982.
Card Catalog. Administration- Board of Trustees.
Found in 100 Collections and/or Records:
Nancy Hall Chase Papers
Nancy Hall Chase attended the Colorado Women's College from 1962-1964 and received an AA. She then transferred to University of Denver and finished her business degree in 1967.
Norman B. Dodge Papers
Panoramic View of Lawn and Buildings at Colorado Women's College
Two prints pasted together to form a panoramic view of a lawn shaded by trees. Walkways lead in three directions towards three different buildings, all obscured by the frame of the shot or the trees in the photo.
Park Hill, 1982 August 4
Exterior view of the Women's College University of Denver in Denver, Colorado.
Park Hill, 1983 April 18
Exterior view of Colorado Women's College (CWC) at University of Denver in Denver, Colorado. Including Houston Fine Arts Center, Foote Hall, Porter Hall, Curtis Hall, Whatley Chapel, Houston Fine Arts.
Rosemary H. Knox Papers
This collection contains documentation of Rosemary H. Knox's time at Colorado Women's College.
Scrapbook, May 1976- December 1976
A notebook of clippings from 1976. There are clippings from newspapers such as Rocky Mountain News and the Denver Post. There are newsletter clippings from the Colorado Women's College as well as the Martha Faure Carson Dance Library. There are also other various clippings from other sources.
Sherry Manning Papers
The Denver Clarion, vol. 80, issue 74, 1976 April 9
CWC and DU Hold Negotiations. Fire Poses Elevator Problem. Phelan To Head Loretto Heights.
The Denver Clarion, vol. 88, issue 4, 1982 September 23
CWC Plans Move Ahead With new Women’s Program. Vali-Dine System Being Praised And Panned By Staff And Students. INCAR Awaiting AUSA Senate Recognition As Political Group.