Gertrude Amsbary Oakes Papers
Gertrude Amsbary (1889-1983) was born in Delta, Colorado. She attended the University of Denver, where she majored in Philosophy and German, and minored in English. She later married Clyde Oakes. This collection contains memorabilia from Gertrude Oakes' time at DU. They include clippings and photographs of Gertrude as May Queen and photographs of a student she dated while at DU, Mark Volk.
- Oakes, Gertrude Amsbary, 1889-1983 (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Gertrude Amsbary was born March 16, 1889. She spent most of her life in Delta, Colorado, dying there on December 16, 1983. She left Delta to attend the University of Denver, where she majored in Philosophy and German, and minored in English. While at DU she was a member of Phi Beta Phi and the YWCA. She was the joke editor of the K-book in 1911. She also was the May queen that year. During her time at DU, she dated a young man who was an SAE and football player, Mark Volk. She married Clyde Oakes.
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Scope and Contents
The Gertrude Amsbary Oakes Papers contain memorabilia from her undergraduate days at DU. They include clippings and photographs of Gertrude as May Queen and photographs of a young man she dated, Mark Volk.
The papers are arranged in one series, Memorabilia from days at University of Denver.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Donated to DU Alumni Relations in 1984 by Gertrude's sister.
No further accruals are expected.
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