McDowell, William Fraser, 1858-1937
Dt. William Fraser McDowell was the second chancellor of the University of Denver, serving from 1890-1899.
CitationBreck, A.D. (1996). From the rockies to the world (pg.81).
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Overview This portrait depicts the University of Denver Administration Chancellors: Henry Augustus Buchtel, William Fraser McDowell, and David Hastings Moore, circa 1900.
Overview Program from the Commecement of the College Preparatory Department of the University of Denver which took place on Friday June 1, 1894 at University Hall at 8 p.m. The address was given by Chancellor McDowell.
Overview Program from the commencement of the Denver Law School, Tuesday Evening June 5.1894 at Trinity M.E. Church, Denver. The presentation of diplomas was by Chancellor Dr. William F. McDowell.
Overview Chancellor William Fraser McDowell and David H. Moore sit with Henry Augustus Buchtel standing behind.
File — Box: U201.01.0102
Overview Contains framed and matted black and white portrait of the first three University of Denver chancellors.
Overview Images of William Fraser McDowell, second chancellor of the University of Denver and later a bishop of the Methodist church, during his tenure at DU. Images include 1 set of black and white negatives with contact sheet; 2 medium-format black and white negatives with accompanying prints on cardboard backing (one signed by McDowell); 5 more recent enlargements of the same black and white print with contact sheet. Also includes 3 black and white prints of McDowell as bishop.
Medical Departments of the University of Denver, Eleventh Annual Commencement Program, 1892 April 19
Overview Program for the University of Denver Medical Departments eleventh annual commencement on Tuesday evening April 19, 1892. Diplomas awarded by Chancellor McDowell. Address given by Rev. Myron W. Reed.
Overview Program from the Medical Departments of the University of Denver thirteenth annual commencement on Tuesday evening April 17, 1894. The presentation of diplomas and the Manly Prize was by Chancellor McDowell.
Overview Portrait of a group of men standing around two men, one with a spadeful of dirt. Inscription on the photo identifies some of the men, and names and dates this event as the groundbreaking for the Science Hall on November 15, 1911.
Overview A group of men observe in a semi-circle around chancellor Henry A. Buchtel (who clutches a spade) and Bishop William Fraser McDowell. The inscription identifies this as the groundbreaking for the Science Hall on November 15, 1911.