Military education -- Colorado
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Black and white negative related to ROTC activities at the University of Denver.
Three unidentified persons in military officer's uniforms and an unidentified woman pose in front of a sign reading "University of Denver (Colorado Seminary) Founded in 1864." Rows of chairs are visible in the background, along with more persons in military officer's uniforms.
A group of military cadets in white helmets and dark coats and pants performs a drill with rifles raised in the air at Observatory Park in Denver, Colorado, with the Chamberlin Observatory building in the background.
Series 1 contains the general records of the S.A.T.C. Unit at the University of Denver. Included are correspondence, physical exam reports, classifications, Officer of the Day reports, Orders for transfers, leaves and furloughs, Quartermaster information, and information on the demobilization of the unit.
During World War I, the University of Denver was designated as a unit of the Students' Army Training Corps. The records of the unit include enlistment information, physical examination records and demobilization records in addition to correspondence and general material on the Unit.