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Boulder (Colo.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Lcnaf

Found in 150 Collections and/or Records:

Robert Brown for Colorado Reflections

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Identifier: couda-brown_pikes
Overview Robert (Bob) Brown, retired teacher and author, discusses how Pike's Peak got its name. Explains what Colorado looked like before it became a territory or state and the formation of different towns and cities in Colorado. Brown discusses the how the Gold Rush, which brought people out West to Colorado, was precipitated by the "Panic of 1857," an economic depression. Discusses how people traveled out west, mostly by stagecoaches, by the Santa Fe Trail, the Oregon Trail, or the Smoky Hill Trail.

Romeo and Juliet, 2001

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Identifier: D002.01.0001.0058.00008
Overview Ian Carney and Anna Blackburn Wittman perform together in the Boulder Ballet production of ''Romeo and Juliet.''

Russian Letter from Mrs. L. Teplitzky to C.D. Spivak, undated

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Identifier: B002.01.0102.0048.00038
Overview Three pages handwritten letter in ink, entirely in Russian. Only the address is in English, "964 South 18th St., Boulder, Colo." Letter is undated and unsigned, but by the context of the previous and next letter it is possible to infer it was written by Mrs. L. Teplitzky to Dr. Charles Spivak.

Russian Letter from Mrs. L. Teplitzky to C.D. Spivak, undated

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Identifier: B002.01.0102.0048.00049
Overview Two pages handwritten letter in ink, entirely in Russian except the address at the end, 964 South 18th Street. Letter is undated and unsigned, but by the context it is possible to assume it was written by Mrs. L. Teplitzky to Dr. Charles Spivak.

Russian Letter from Mrs. L. Teplitzky to C.D. Spivak, 1911 April 27

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Identifier: B002.01.0102.0048.00053
Overview Three pages handwritten letter in ink, entirely in Russian except for "Boulder, Colo". Letter is unsigned but it is possible to assume it was written by Mrs. L. Teplitzky to Dr. Charles Spivak.

Russian Letter from Mrs. L. Teplitzky to C.D. Spivak, 1911 April 28

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Identifier: B002.01.0102.0048.00054
Overview Handwritten letter in ink by Mrs. L. Teplitzky to Dr. Charles Spivak, entirely in Russian. Letter is signed by L. Teplitzky.

See Space

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Identifier: D002.01.0004.0056.00004
Overview The University of Colorado, Boulder Department of Theatre and Dance ensemble performs together in ''See Space'' as part of the Winter Dance Concert.

Sharon Wilson, 1985

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Identifier: D002.01.0001.0097.00001
Overview Sharon Wilson of the Dance Connection dance company performs with an unidentified dancer at the 1985 Colorado Dance Festival.

Silla, 1996

 File
Identifier: D048.01.0001.0003
Overview Contains (1) DVD and (1) VHS performance of Silla at Surprise Me!

Solomon Herbert Bassow, 1894-circa 1980

 File
Identifier: B111.01.0001.0021
Overview Born in Russia, Bassow emigrated to New York in 1906, eventually moving to Wyoming where his family briefly were homesteaders and he taught in a one-room schoolhouse. Later he graduated from the University of Colorado Medical School.