Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Collection contains papers, correspondence, reports, lists, dissertations, reports, publications, memorandums, notes, polices, photographs, meeting minutes, memos, grant proposals, vouchers, invoices, receipts, budgets, administrative records related to the Art and Sciences Department at the University of Denver from 1944 through 1983.
Box 315: Faber B. DeChaine PhD Thesis - 'Colorado Mountain Theater: A History of Theatrical Festivals at Central City Colorado from 1932 to 1960' , 1963 April 25
File — Box M123.0315: Series M123.07 [U186024329345]
Overview This box contains bound item written by Faber B. DeChaine submitted to the faculty of the graduate school of the University of Minnesota in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Title of dissertation is 'Colorado Mountain Theater: A History of Theatrical Festivals at Central City Colorado from 1932-1960'and was presented on April 25, 1963. Dissertation was obtained in 2014 through a contact at University of Oregon where Faber was a faculty in the...
Overview This series contains raw data, notes, computer printouts, and associated materials pertaining to Dr. La Pierre's doctoral dissertation of 1987, "Spatial Imagery and Its Measurement". Original Order maintined - Materials are ordered as found.
Scope and Contents This collection contains some of his administrative papers from the University of Denver. The larger part of the collection contains all of Dr. Goodchild's research in relation to his work on Catholic Higher Education, with an emphasis on Loyola, Notre Dame, and DePaul Universities. It was donated to the University of Denver in the hope that someone would complete Dr. Goodchild's work and publish a book.
Overview This series contains projects on art education, basket weaving, Native American art, fiber art, and textiles. Materials include photos, documents, and bound publications. Original Order maintained - materials are arranged alphabetically, based on Dr. LaPierre's file names and organizational scheme.
Overview University of Denver theses and dissertations microfilm collection.