Breck, Allen duPont
Allen duPont Breck was born May 21, 1914 in Denver, Colorado and died in Englewood, Colorado on October 11, 2000. Mr. Breck held a doctorate in medieval history and taught history at the University of Denver from 1946-1996. __ __ __Great confrontations in Jewish history, 1977: t.p. (Allen D. Breck) Allen D. Breck, The Centennial History of the Jews of Colorado, 1859-1959, 1960. Tillie Fong, ''Allen Breck, 86, 'Legendary' Former History Chairman at DU,'' Rocky Mountain News, October 14, 2000.
Elected President of the University Faculty Senate in 1958 - assumes office in Fall of 1959.
Speaking on the European Tour he conduceted. Speech on October 26, 1960.
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Group portrait of a large group of University of Denver faculty, staff, and administration at a retreat. The individuals are arranged in three rows, with the back two rows standing and the front row seated; visible in the background are a house with log shingles and a 1950s-type automobile.
Dates: between 1953-1966
Abstract Memo to students of Tudor and Stuart Britain from Allen D. Breck saying he has to attend meetings of the Faculty Senate and Executive Committee and that is why he is missing class. He says he will complete the work necessary and they will receive credit.
Dates: 1970 May 12
Abstract Memorandum to faculty of the History Department from Chairman Allen D. Breck on the subject of recapitulation of May days 1970. Breck says that a number of faculty have expressed interest in writing a history of the events of Woodstock and gives a general outline.
Dates: 1970 May 12
Abstract Allen D. Breck Elected President of Faculty Senate. Frosh, Engineers, Vote Today for Class Officers, Senator. Release 1957-1958 Scholastic Report. Russell Nakata New Counselor for Canterbury. Agency Offers European Tour. Union Board Sponsoring Date Pancake Supper. Nine Candidate Vie for Royalty. DU Student Directories Readied for Distribution.
Dates: 1958 October 31
Abstract Student Senate’s Unanimous Vote Ends Who’s Who. Dr. McCoy Opens Religion Confab at Monday’s Session. Jan Rinker is Named 1960 Beanie Queen. Dr. McCoy to Speak Wed. In Services. Dr. Breck Speaks of European Tour Tomorrow Night. Group to Study Religious Plays. Service Delegate Interviews Here. American Institute for Foreign Trade to Hold Interviews at CCC Tomorrow. Social Work Grad Students Receive Grant for Training. Open Applications for Fellowships.
Dates: 1960 October 25