Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This folder contains 2003 - 2004 goals and initiatives.
Dates: 2003 January 8-February 7
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Office Papers series contains the files of Mitchell when he was Chancellor of the University of Denver. The files include academic departments, subject files, seminars and his resignation.
File — Box D001.0006: Series D001.08 [Barcode: U186022111380]
Abstract This box contains materials related to programs and events created by the Carson Brierly Giffin Dance Library. Materials include planning documents for events such as lectures, receptions, luncheons, exhibits, and programs.
File — Box D001.0007: Series D001.08 [Barcode: U186023252561]
Abstract This box contains labels and signs used in the "Rising Stars: Denver Civic Ballet and Ballet Guild," "Ritual, Myth, and Archetype," and "Square Dance in the American West" exhibits.
File — Box D001.0015: Series D001.08 [Barcode: U186023271599]
Abstract This box contains files on exhibits and programs including Festival Caravan (2017), a lecture by Lynne Taylor-Corbett (2016), Vail Dance Festival (2016-2018), Special Collections Treasures (2018), Vail Film Festival (2019), and Tour de Force (2019).
Scope and Contents From the Series: The series of Oversize materials contains photographs, building and laboratory plans, Essie Cohn's awards and diplomas and brochure mock-ups for the Inter-University High Altitude Laboratory
Abstract This folder contains a business plan for The Women's College entitled the ''Business Continuity Program: Strategic Options and Workaround Procedures''. The plan was assembled in May of 2001.
Dates: 2001 May 11
Abstract This folder contains memos and correspondence from Michele ''Mike'' Bloom from 1998-2001.
Abstract This folder contains materials that pertain to the management of enrollment at the Women's College.
Abstract This folder contains the supporting documentation for a Five Year Plan, starting in 1999, for the Women's College.
Dates: 1998 November 6-1999 February 24