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Faculty

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Use for: Faculty member(s) of unknown, unspecified or mixed rank. For faculty of known rank, use: Full professors, Associate professors, Assistant professors, ... Also in TGM and TUCUA. Use this term for Archival Objects. For Resources, use Universities and colleges -- Faculty. adr 7/14/2016

Found in 68 Collections and/or Records:

Faculty Baseball Team, circa 1912

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Identifier: U201.01.0086.0014.00004
Overview Black and white photographic image of the faculty ball team, with 11 individuals sitting on a bench with the bleachers behind them holding the audience, at the University Park athletic field, circa 1912. The baseball team has 10 individual: Dean Howe, Dean Duncan, Dr. Phillips, Dr. Lough, Dr. Russell, Mr. Scofield, Carl Welzer, Harold Beggs & David [illegible] last name, mascot.

First Faculty of Denver University, circa 1880

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Identifier: U201.01.0086.0014.00003
Overview Unidentified scrapbook page 2, has an image cut out from a magazine or newspaper, of 5 individuals with First Faculty, Denver University typed at the bottom, circa 1880. Three of the people are identified as Dean Hower, Chancellor David Hastings Moore, and Mrs. Moore.

Herbert A. Howe 1880 Diary, 1880

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Identifier: M010.03.0003.00002
Overview Professor Howe's diary for 1880 recounts his brief weather and astronomical observations, teaching activities at the University of Denver, participation in events in University Park and elsewhere in Denver, his family and religious life. Howe accepted an appointment to teach mathematics and astronomy at the University of Denver beginning in the fall. At the end of the book there is a monthly Cash Account where Professor Howe records some of his spending.

Herbert A. Howe 1881 Diary, 1881

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Identifier: M010.03.0003.00003
Overview Professor Howe's diary for 1881 recounts his brief weather and astronomical observations, teaching activities at the University of Denver, participation in events in University Park and elsewhere in Denver, his family and religious life. At the end of the book there is a monthly Cash Account where Professor Howe records some of his spending.

Herbert A. Howe 1882 Diary, 1882

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Identifier: M010.03.0003.00004
Overview Professor Howe's diary for 1882 recounts his brief weather and astronomical observations, teaching activities at the University of Denver, participation in events in University Park and elsewhere in Denver, his family and religious life. Special mention includes: observing the Transit of Venus on December 6, and writing articles for the Denver and Chicago newspapers about it; various misdeeds of students, and his personal resolution to become more amiable, in response to objections from some of...

Herbert A. Howe 1883 Diary, 1883

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Identifier: M010.03.0003.00005
Overview Professor Howe's diary for 1883 recounts his brief weather and astronomical observations, teaching activities at the University of Denver, participation in events in University Park and elsewhere in Denver, his family and religious life.

Herbert A. Howe 1884 Diary, 1884

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Identifier: M010.03.0003.00006
Overview Professor Howe's diary for 1884 recounts his brief weather and astronomical observations, teaching activities at the University of Denver, participation in events in University Park and elsewhere in Denver, his family and religious life. He was awarded a D.Sc. from Boston University for work in mathematics. On December 23 he married Fannie Shattuck, the 23-year old eldest daughter of the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, Joseph C. Shattuck. A brief mention of the wedding appears on that...

Herbert A. Howe 1885 Diary, 1885

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Identifier: M010.03.0003.00007
Overview Professor Howe's diary for 1885 recounts his brief weather and astronomical observations, administrative and teaching activities at the University of Denver, participation in events in University Park and elsewhere in Denver, his family and religious life.