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History

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Use for: Annals

Found in 107 Collections and/or Records:

State Historical Society, 1976-1978

 File
Identifier: M028.02.0010.0003
Overview Types of Materials: memos, Correspondence, reports

The Denver Clarion, vol. 73, issue 45, 1969 February 12

 Item
Identifier: clarion_v073i45_19690212
Overview Staff gives students to cops, 6 busted for grass and hash. Rosenthal organizes presidential cabinet. Finalists chosen. House submits new marijuana legislation. Blacks hold History Week.

Theodore Oppelt Interview, Part 2, between 1984-1987

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Identifier: UNC-8a
Overview An oral history interview taken as part of the research process for Dr. Larson's book Shaping Educational Change.

Theodore Oppelt Interview, Part 4, between 1984-1987

 Item
Identifier: UNC-8b
Overview An oral history interview taken as part of the research process for Dr. Larson's book Shaping Educational Change.

Thomas Barbour Interview, Part 2, between 1984-1987

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Identifier: UNC-1
Overview An oral history interview taken as part of the research process for Dr. Larson's book Shaping Educational Change.

Thomas J. Noel for Colorado Reflections

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Identifier: couda-noel_thomas
Overview Thomas Jacob Noel, better known as Tom Noel, was a professor of History at the University of Colorado Denver. Noel discusses several important people in Colorado's history, particularly influential people in Denver. Noel discusses William Newton Byers, who was the founder of the Rocky Mountain News and the rivalry between Rocky Mountain News and the Denver Post. Next, Noel discusses the role General William H. Larimer, Jr. played in naming Denver and how Governor John Evans founded Denver...