Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents From the Series: Series 1 includes general administration materials and extensive correspondence between Henry A. Buchtel and William G. Evans, son of Colorado Governor and University of Denver founder John Evans, and who was a long-time University Board of Trustees' Chairman. Also included in Series 1 is correspondence between Buchtel and Presidents Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft.
Abstract Henry Augustus Buchtel served as Chancellor of the University of Denver, Denver, Colorado from 1899-1920. He started his career as a Methodist minister; served as pastor of Trinity Methodist Church, Denver. During his tenure at the University of Denver, he raised funds to cover the University's debt, doubled student enrollment, and oversaw the construction of the Library (funded by Andrew Carnegie), the Gymnasium, Science Hall, and Memorial Chapel (later named Buchtel Chapel). He also...
Abstract Program of a banquet sponsored by the Denver Chamber of Commerce and Board of Trade honoring President Theodore Roosevelt at the Brown Palace Hotel in Denver, Colorado. President Roosevelt's image and red, white and blue ribbons decorate the front of the program. There is seal with a "R" on it holding down the ribbons on the front. Inside the program is the menu and toasts from President Roosevelt and Colorado dignitaries, including Governor Jesse McDonald and Denver mayor Robert Speer. Milton...
Dates: 1905 May 8
Item — Box: M438.0001
Abstract Poster reads "Roosevelt Memorial. Theodore Roosevelt born October 27, 1858. 'Thrift is common sense applied to spending.' Buy Treasury Savings Certificates. Governemnt Loan Organization. Second Federal Reserve District." Poster includes a black and white photograph of Theodore Roosevelt surrounded by a tan and black drawn frame. Underneath and to the right of the photograph is text that reads "© A. L. Pach."
Dates: Other: 1918-1919
Abstract Silent black and white film includes clips containings scenes from a world-wide cruise by ship, Japanese traditional dress and dance, images of Teddy Roosevelt, and a short film about cavalry (modern centaurs).