Carl V. Rutledge Papers
This collection contains a notebook, likely from a series of lectures, from the University of Denver School of Commerce (now Daniels College of Business).
- Other: 1919-1920
- Rutledge, Carl V. (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Carl V. Rutledge was born in 1894 in Indiana. He attended the University of Denver School of Commerce for at least two years. He married a woman named Nondus and had two children as of 1940, Robert and Holly. He worked as a life insurance salesman in Denver. According to his WWII draft registration card, he worked for the North British and Mercantile Insurance Co.
0.75 Linear Feet (1 flat box)
Scope and Contents
This collection contains a notebook of personal notes, likely from a series of lectures, from the University of Denver School of Commerce (now Daniels College of Business). The dates on the collection are based on the dates found in the pages of the notebook.
This collection is arranged into one (1) series: 1. Lecture Notes.
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