Shattuck, Alberta I. (Alberta Iliff), 1909-2011
Dr. Alberta Iliff Shattuck (1909- ) was born in Denver, Colorado, the third child of William Seward Iliff and Alberta Gearhart Bloom Iliff, and lived in the University Park neighborhood until 1959. She attended the University Park Elementary School and graduated from the University of Denver in 1931 with a degree in chemistry. She received a Ph.D. from the University of Colorado in 1942, and married Dr. Robert C. Shattuck in 1959.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Overview 12 black and white prints, including Dr. Alberta Iliff Shattuck in laboratory; portraits of Alberta Bloom Iliff at a Womens Faculty Club meeting with Mrs. Bradford and two unidentified women; and with Mr. Deardorff and Mrs. Kimball. 2 black and white contact sheets without negatives, including images of Mrs. Iliff and Will Miller at an emeritus tea. *Note: Alberta Bloom Iliff was the wife of William Seward Iliff and mother of Alberta Iliff Shattuck.
Overview Dr. Robert Shattuck and his wife, Dr. Alberta Shattuck share their memories of growing up in the University Park area of Denver, Colorado, providing details about the neighborhood. Robert Shattuck discusses transportation, including the tramway line and the C and S Railroad, working at the Diamond Joe Ranch as a field hand, and his classes and teachers at the University Park Elementary School. He shares an anecdote about his uncle, Herbert A. Howe, Professor of Astronomy at the University of...