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Carey, Raymond G. (Raymond Giddens), 1901-1972

 Person

Professor of History, University of Denver, 1945-1971. Conducted research on the Sand Creek Massacre.

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Carey, Raymond G.

 File
Identifier: U201.02.0009.0100
Overview Contains black and white photographs of University of Denver affiliate Raymond G. Carey.

Group Portrait of Faculty and Staff, between 1953-1966

 Item
Identifier: U201.01.0086.0022.00001
Overview 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.

Group Portrait of Faculty Members, between 1945-1962

 Item
Identifier: U201.01.0086.0018.00003
Overview Black and white print of eight University of Denver faculty members standing on a sidewalk at the bottom a set of stone steps. Faculty members pictured include Raymond Carey (Professor of History from 1945 to 1971), Elwood Murray (Professor of Speech from 1932 to 1962), Keith Case (head of Communication department), and Elton "Tad" Wieman (Director of Athletics).

Raymond G. Carey Collection on Sand Creek Massacre

 Collection
Identifier: M045
Overview Raymond Carey (1901-1972), professor of history at the University of Denver, Denver, Colorado from 1945 to 1971, conducted research on the massacre at Sand Creek, Colorado, which took place on November 29, 1864. In this battle, the troops of the Colorado Third Volunteer Regiment, commanded by Colonel John M. Chivington, attacked a group of 500 Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians who were encamped on the banks of the Sand Creek, about 40 miles from Fort Lyon, near the present-day town of Lamar....

Raymond G. Carey Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M122
Overview Born in Iola, Kansas, Raymond Carey studied at Southwestern College (Kansas), Oxford University, and the University of Chicago. He was a professor of history at the University of Denver from 1945 to 1971, specializing in modern European history. This collection includes a copy of Carey's dissertation, materials from his classes, and French historical documents.