Resolutions (Administrative records)
Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Formal expressions of the opinion formed by some superior authority on matters referred to its decision and forwarded to inferior authorities for their instruction and government.
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Athletics-Skiing-Congratulatory Resolution from the Colorado House of Representatives, 1955 March 11
Overview Congratulatory resolution from the Colorado House of Representatives regarding the DU ski team's 1955 NCAA win.
File — Box B360.05.0037: Series B360.05 [U186023258753]
Overview Proclamations, executive orders and an honorary citation from the State of Colorado and city of Denver; Letter of Appreciation fro Mrs. Litchenstein from the Korean National Tuberculosis Association; and the charter for the Desert Cities Chapter of the AMC Auxiliary groups.
Overview Collection contains 'AcU Conflict Resolution Program' student handbooks and informational brochures. There are also two binders regarding conferences that are labeled 'Public Conflict Resolution and Collaborative Governance in the West' and 'Demonstrating the Impact of Community Mediation in Colorado'
Overview Copy of Colorado Senate Joint Resolution 13-026 concerning the Declaration of April 7 through 14, 2013 as "Holocaust Awareness Week" and letter form Secretary of State Cindi L. Markwell.
Overview Three resolutions, one proposing that money spent on graduation caps and gowns be instead devoted to the cause of peace, the second stating the University's commitment to remaining open by whatever means possible, to setting up a center for open-forum education, and that grading policies for the present quarter be communicated by separate colleges quickly. The final draft resolution sets forward a call for a restructuring of University Senate.
Overview Folder M157.02.0002.00005 contains one (1) long, multi-folded document with "Resolutions" typed in all capital letters at the top. The document proceeds to outline three (3) resolutions made by "a large number of citizens of Meadville" regarding their concerns following "... the Board of Control of Allegheny College .... to abolish the chair occupied by the Reverend A. B. Hyde, D D." The typed statement of the resolutions is then followed by and attached to a long list of signatures in two (2)...