Women college students
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
This item is a petition created by the Alpha Zeta fraterity of the University Denver to the governing body and chapters of the Kappa Alpha Theta fraternity, asking to be installed as a chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta at DU. This petition contains photos of campus buildings, fraternity events, and members of the Alpa Zeta fraternity as well as the history and songs of Alpha Zeta.
Box containes one (1) small framed balck and white headshot, one (1) black and white framed photograph of Mabel Wickham in black velvet performance dress, one (1) balck and white autographed headshot of Florence Lamont Hinman, one (1) oversized framed black and white photograph of "Colorado Woman's College - Students and Faculty - 1930".
Box contains the records of these student organizations for women: American Association of University Women (AAUW, 1927-1992), Commerce Women's Mentor Organization (1938), Women of the Associated Independent Collegians (n.d.), Women's Athletic Association (1938-1952), Women's Guild (1895-1898), Women's Interhall Association (WIHA, 1961), Women's Mentor Organization (possibly 1930's), and Women's Student League (1930-1933).
Joyce (Axton) Jamison was a student at the Colorado Women's College from 1949-1951. She remained active in the alumni community. She married Francis (Frank) Jamison, a Denver judge and graduate from the University of Denver Law School in 1956. Her older sister Virginia Axton Hughes was also an alum of the Colorado Women's College.
Marcy M. Marconi (Class of '89) was a History Major at the University of Denver when she contacted numerous women who had graduated from DU during the 1920s and asked them to fill out a questionnaire about being a female student at DU during that time. This small collection consists of 35 quesionnaires filled out by the alumnae.
Nancy Hall Chase attended the Colorado Women's College from 1962-1964 and received an AA. She then transferred to University of Denver and finished her business degree in 1967.
University of Denver (DU) May Days Queen 1969 first runner-up Bette Lord poses for a portrait in Denver, Colorado.