Colorado Women's College
- Existence: 1888-1973
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.
Sources Card Catalog. Administration- Board of Trustees.
Found in 102 Collections and/or Records:
Overview This file contains the legal document that records the University of Denver's acquisition of Colorado Women's College. The document describes how the College would be continued within the University, and how the transition would take place.
Dates: 1982 February 2
Overview Gladys Metcalf, a graduate of Colorado Women's College, describes her involvement with the creation of "Early Aurora," a book about Aurora, Colorado. Metcalf explores the growth and history of Aurora, including economic and architectural history, and the role of transportation in the growth of Aurora.
Overview Group of people in hats and coats. One woman is holding a shovel.
Overview Joyce (Axton) Jamison was a student at the Colorado Women's College from 1949-1951. She remained active in the alumni community. She married Francis (Frank) Jamison, a Denver judge and graduate from the University of Denver Law School in 1956. Her older sister Virginia Axton Hughes was also an alum of the Colorado Women's College.
Dates: 1949-2000; Majority of material found within 1949-1951
Overview Louise Bieri was a student of the Colorado Women's College in 1921. She graduated in 1923 and became a teacher. In 1950, she graduated from the University of Denver with a Bachelor's in Education. Her daughter, Grace von Ehrenkrook Walker, also graduated from CWC in 1948 and from CU in 1950. She donated her mother's scrapbook to the archives.