Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Refers to officials carrying this title serving in various administrative, judicial, or secretarial capacities in various contexts, such as noble and royal houses, governments, the judiciary, churches, and universities.
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Overview Black and white prints of a group portrait of University of Denver Chancellors Buchtel, McDowell, and Moore.
Overview This portrait depicts the University of Denver Administration Chancellors: Henry Augustus Buchtel, William Fraser McDowell, and David Hastings Moore, circa 1900.
Overview Adolph Kiesler, left, and Chancellor Chester Alter stand together holding a degree and wearing cap and gown during the 1955 University of Denver graduation when Kiesler received an honorary degree.
Overview University of Denver eleventh chancellor Albert Charles Jacobs poses for a portrait. Jacobs was chancellor from 1949-1953.
Overview Black and white portrait of University of Denver Chancellor Albert Charles Jacobs.
Overview Black and white print of Albert Sims, former University of Denver chancellor Ben M. Cherrington, DU professor and dean Josef Korbel, and Joe Slater examining some papers around a table.
Overview Headshot of University of Denver professor and interim Chancellor Alfred Clarence Nelson.
Overview University of Denver tenth chancellor Alfred Clarence Nelson poses for a portrait. Nelson served as chancellor from 1948 to 1949. Nelson was an interim chancellor appointed by the board and the only DU alumnus to hold the position.
Overview 38 black and white prints, mostly undated, of University of Denver Chancellor Chester Alter. Images include Alter with Morrison and John Shafroth; with Dr. Moore, Charlotte Lang, and international students; in front of Mary Reed building; with Air ROTC professor Shayler; with Francis VanDerbur; with a map of worldwide activities of DU; with an international student pointing out his home country on a globe; with Quigg Newton; with Charlotte Fowler Fraser and Martha Kimball; giving a speech at a...