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History

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

Found in 110 Collections and/or Records:

Box 1, 1980-1985

 File — Box B131.01.0001: Series B131.01 [U186020760531]
Identifier: B131.01.0001
Scope and Contents Contains correspondence of Saundra Heller, Irving Goldenberg, Frederick Greenspahn, Sheelagh Dytri, and Jeanne Abrams of the Center for Judaic Studies from 1975-1985. Also, Brochures for the Center from 1980-1982.
Dates: 1980-1985

Box 1, 1959-1977

 File — Box B320.01.0001: Series B320.01; Series B320.02; Series B320.03 [U186020738576]
Identifier: B320.03.0001
Overview (1) file folder of papers including a questionnaire filled out by Loggie for RMJHS, publications and handwritten documents by Loggie about Spanish Sephardic Jews. One unidentified photo of a women, could be Loggie.
Dates: 1959-1977

Box 1, 1936

 File — Box B397.01.0001: Series B397.01 [U186023261659]
Identifier: B397.01.0001
Overview Ernest Morris was born in Thorn, Germany and came to the United States as a child. He graduated from the University of Colorado with degrees in philosophy and law. He was a board member of the Colorado Historical Association for two decades and was president from 1932 through 1936. His unpublished manuscript "Gathering Much" covers his early life and legal career. While he was chairman of the Denver County Council of Defense during WWII, he charged the Denver Post with libellous attacks. The...
Dates: 1936

Box 15

 File — Box D044.0015: Series D044.02 [U186023250721]
Identifier: D044.02.0015
Overview Box 15 contains subject file folders originally assembled by Bob Osgood. The subjects in this box are Haag, Jerry; Halls for S.D.; Halls for S.D.; Halls for S.D.; Hall of Fame; Hamilton, Frank; Hamilton, Frank/Carolyn; Handbooks; Handicapped; Handicapped - Deaf/Blind; Handicapped - Mental; Handicapped - Wheelchairs; Hartmna, Paul; Helsel, Lee; Helt, Jerry; Helt, Jerry; Henderson "Red"; Hendrickson, Chip; Heritage - Perserving the Past; Heritage Dancers; Herman, Michael/Marvann; Hetland, Leif;...
Dates: 1960-1989

Box 2, 2000-2003

 File — Box B384.03.0002: Series B384.03 [U186023258850]
Identifier: B384.03.0002
Overview Audiovisual material about Rose Community Foundation including (27) VHS tapes and (1) DVD "The Past as Prologue." The VHS tapes include interviews with Don Kortz, Jess Kortz, Alan Laff, IJ Shore, Lucky Shore, Dick Robinson, Phil Figa, Paula Herzmark, Kathy Starostka, Sister Lydia Pena, Stephen Kurtz, Lereen Costellano, Steven Farber, Steven Shogan, Daniel Bennet, Pat Bloomenthal, Lisa Robinson, Marguerite Johnson, Sheila Bugdanowitz, Bob Silverburg, and Anne Ciner. Footage of JCC lunchroom,...
Dates: 2000-2003; 2016

Box 3, 2000

 File — Box B384.03.0003: Series B384.03 [U186023258868]
Identifier: B384.03.0003
Overview Audio visual material on Rose Medical Center on (28) Betamax tapes containing footage of four Rose seminars and interviews with Don Kortz, Alan Laff, IJ Shore, Lucky Shore, and Fred Davine. Fourteen tapes not labeled with names but do have the same inventory numbers as the videos cassette tapes in Box 8 so they are possibly the originals those VHS tapes were made from.
Dates: 2000

Box 8: Research Files and Publications, 1964 - 2015

 File — Box M317.0008: [U186023290797]
Identifier: M317.0008
Overview Box contains Professor Emeritus Spilka's research files, one (1) signed copy of The Heart of the University of Denver: A Human Approach to the Arts, Humanities, and Sciences, and two (2) copies of A Human Reconaissance: That Which Has Too Often Been Overlooked or Forgotten or Simply Not Appreciated - titles written and self-published by Spilka.
Dates: 1964 - 2015

Calhoun/Pulman Documents

 Collection
Identifier: M121
Dates: Other: 1970-1990

Caroline Bancroft Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M106
Scope and Contents The collection contains handwritten notes on Caroline Bancroft's writings, together with some manuscript copies and published pamphlets.
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined

Charles Cambridge for Colorado Reflections, 1985

 Item
Identifier: couda-cambridge
Overview Charles Cambridge, a Navajo Indian, gives a history of Indian tribes in North America, describing the cultural and racial differences of each tribe, and touches on the tactics of warfare. This tape aired on Denver radio station KOA ai part of the "Colorado Reflections" radio program on April 18, 1985
Dates: 1985; Digitization: 2006 January 16