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Chancellors

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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope 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.

Found in 340 Collections and/or Records:

University of Denver Football Stadium Groundbreaking, 1925

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Identifier: U300.01.0387.00302
Overview University of Denver (DU) Pioneers football stadium groundbreaking ceremony featuring administrators of the school.

University of Denver Football Stadium Groundbreaking, 1925

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Identifier: U300.01.0387.00303
Overview University of Denver (DU) Pioneers football stadium groundbreaking ceremony featuring administrators of the school.

University of Denver Founders Day Award Recipients and Administrators, 1959

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Identifier: U201.03.0011.0004.00002
Overview University of Denver (DU) Founders Day award recipients pose with the Chancellor and President of the DU Board of Trustees at Founders Day in Denver, Colorado. Standing, left to right: Robert W. Selig (President of DU Board of Trustees, 1959) and Clarence A. Myrhe. Seated, left to right: Randolph McDonough (President, DU Alumni Relations), Eugene T. Halaas (Professor, DU Finance and Banking), Jane Gould (Chief Circulation Librarian and DU Assistant Professor of Librarianship, Joseph Lohman...

University of Denver Johnson-McFarlane Hall - Groundbreaking, 1957 June 4

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Identifier: U201.01.0019.0013.00002
Overview Chancellor Chester Alter speaks at the groundbreaking ceremony for Johnson-McFarlane Residence Hall (J-Mac) on the campus of the University of Denver in Denver, Colorado, as a group of officials, including Robert Selig, Chair of the Board of Trustees, looks on.

University of Denver Law Center - Dedication, 1959 March 06

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Identifier: U201.01.0019.0030.00012
Overview University of Denver chancellor Chester M. Alter, College of Law dean Harold Hurst, and trustee Bob Selig hold a tray with a glove and a chunk of sod for the livery of seisin ceremony at the dedication of the Law Center building on the University's Civic Center Campus in Denver, Colorado.

University of Denver Men's Football Coach and Player with Chancellor, 1953 November

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Identifier: U300.01.0004.00099
Overview University of Denver Pioneers Chancellor Chester M. Alter stands with men's football player, Fred Mahaffey (Junior, Halfback) and Coach Robert ''Bob'' Blackman on the stands in the DU football stadium in Denver, Colorado in November 1953.

University of Denver Men's Football Player Fred Mahaffey with Coach Bob Blackman and Chancellor Chester Alter, 1953 November

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Identifier: U300.01.0011.00138
Overview University of Denver (DU) Pioneers men's football player Fred Mahaffey stands between University of Denver Chancellor Chester Alter (left) and head coach Bob Blackman.

University of Denver Men's Ice Hockey Affiliates, 1975

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Identifier: U300.01.0055.00050
Overview University of Denver (DU) Pioneers men's ice hockey second place trophy from the National Collegiate Athletics Association Championship in 1973 is admired by coach Marshall Johnston, athletic director Ron Oyer, and acting chancellor Allen Pfnister.

University of Denver Shwayder Art Building Dedication, 1977 October 26

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Identifier: U201.01.0012.0018.00003
Overview University of Denver Chancellor Maurice B. Mitchell and King Shwayder pose with a plaque at the dedication ceremony for the Shwayder Art Building in Denver, Colorado. Jesse and Nellie Shwayder Inc., a family foundation, donated $1.7 million toward the construction, the building's architect was Slater-Paull and Associates, and the firm Gerald H. Phipps Inc. was awarded the rights to construct the building.

University of Denver Shwayder Art Building, Gallery, 1977 October

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Identifier: U201.01.0012.0019.00027
Overview The commemoration service for the University of Denver's Shwayder Art Building in Denver, Colorado. Chancellor Maurice Mitchell, an unidentified woman, and an unidentified man stand by a plaque which reads: "Shwayder Art Building In memory of Jessie and Nellie Shwayder In recognition of their love of the arts, belief in young people and their profound interest in the ultimate importance of education Commemorated October 26, 1977"