Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Collected objects of various kinds with historical, personal, or locational interest, used generally.
Found in 76 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Gertrude Amsbary was born in 1889 in Delta, Colorado. She attended the University of Denver, where she majored in Philosophy and German, and minored in English. She later married Clyde Oakes. This collection contains memorabilia from Gertrude Oakes' time at DU. They include clippings and photographs of Gertrude as May Queen and photographs of a student she dated while at DU, Mark Volk.
Overview Joellyn Duesberry (1944 - 2016) was a landscape painter who worked in oils. She painted all over the world but her main areas of focus were the northeast and western United States. The collection consists of process materials, drafts, personal papers, correspondence, photographs, and other materials.
Dates: 1964 - 2016
Overview The Loraine Capps Kehl Family Papers cover mainly three generations will connections to the University of Denver. Loraine’s family was a pioneering Colorado group. Her Aunt Pearl was a graduate of Colorado Woman’s College, had a long teaching career and was active in genealogical research through her association with Daughters of the American Revolution. Loraine’s father received his law degree from DU in 1925, and Loraine, herself, received her undergraduate degree from DU in 1942. The...
Overview Loraine Kehl Eastern Star and Daughter of the Nile memorabilia: Name tag with heart and white rose, Name tags from 1981 and 1984 Supreme sessions; Note card with Past Queen Loraine Kehl written on it; Jewel with the Shrine emblem, Two jewels with a musical theme, art palate pin, charm.
Overview Marian Jewel Graham was born in Colorado and graduated from Colorado Women’s College and the University of Colorado. She married William B. “Buddy” Lum, Jr. and went on to teach English at Rocky Ford High School in Rocky Ford, Colorado. This collection contains scrapbooks, personal notes, letters, telegrams, and memorabilia of Marian Graham, as well as postcards, photos, poetry, and newspaper clippings.
Dates: between 1936-1954; Majority of material found in between 1940-1942