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History

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

Found in 118 Collections and/or Records:

Oral history of Ralph Openshaw, 1982, 2006 March

 Item
Identifier: MHM2005-027-026-1
Abstract Openshaw gives an account of life in Mesa, Arizona, where his family moved in 1902. Openshaw was one of the founders of the United Dairymen of Arizona, which helped establish the dairy industry in Arizona. He mentions some of the local businesses, and talks about recreation and the value of a dollar in earlier times. He also describes transportation and freight operations in Mesa in the early 20th century.
Dates: 1982; Digitization: 2006 March

Pictures of Faculty, circa 1880

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Identifier: U201.01.0086.0014.00005
Abstract Torn out sheet from an unidentified pamphlet or magazine, with four images on both sides of sheet of Universit of Denver's circa 1880 faculty, page 9 has portraits of Herbert A. Howe A. M., Sc. D. Applied Mathematics, Director Chamberlain Observatory and signed, Ammi B. Hyde, A. M., S. T. D. Greek and signed, Herbert E. Russell, A. M. Pure Mathematics and signed, James E. Le Rossignol,A. M., Ph. D. History Economics and signed and page 10 has portraits of Wilber D. Engle, A. M., Ph. D....
Dates: circa 1880

Raymond G. Carey Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M122
Abstract Born in Iola, Kansas, Raymond Carey (1901-1972) studied at Southwestern College (Kansas), Oxford University, and the University of Chicago. He was a professor of history at the University of Denver from 1945 to 1971, specializing in modern European history. This collection includes a copy of Carey's dissertation, materials from his classes, and French historical documents.
Dates: Other: 1700-1970

Research with Allen Breck, 1936-1983

 File
Identifier: M041.04.0005.0004
Scope and Contents From the Series: Series 4 contains drafts and notes related to books and articles published by Yourgrau, either individually or in collaboration with other scientists. Included are fragments or chapters of unnamed publications or on a specific topic.
Dates: 1936-1983

Robert C. Black III Manuscript

 Collection
Identifier: M111
Abstract Robert C. Black III (1914-2001) received an M.A. from the University of Denver and Ph.D. from Columbia University. He taught at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Trinity College, as well as Temple Buell College in Denver. After retiring from teaching he lived near Tabernash, Colorado. Black is the author of several books on historical topics. Collection includes manuscript of Island in the Rockies: The History of Grand County, Colorado, to 1930.
Dates: 1969

Robert Dickeson Interview, Part 4, between 1984-1987, 2006 July 5

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Identifier: UNC-2b
Abstract An oral history interview taken as part of the research process for Dr. Larson's book Shaping Educational Change.
Dates: between 1984-1987; Digitization: 2006 July 5

Robert Dickeson Interview, Part 6, between 1984-1987, 2006 July 5

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Identifier: UNC-2c
Abstract An oral history interview taken as part of the research process for Dr. Larson's book Shaping Educational Change.
Dates: between 1984-1987; Digitization: 2006 July 5

Robert Dickeson Interview, Part 8, between 1984-1987, 2006 July 5

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Identifier: UNC-2d
Abstract An oral history interview taken as part of the research process for Dr. Larson's book Shaping Educational Change.
Dates: between 1984-1987; Digitization: 2006 July 5

Robert Graham for Colorado Reflections, about 1985, 2006 January 16

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Identifier: couda-graham
Abstract Robert Graham remembers early Glenwood Springs and the resort town's hot springs, as well as the dust bowl at Canon City. He talks about the development of the University of Colorado at Denver based on his long years of service to the campus.
Dates: about 1985; Digitization: 2006 January 16