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Subject Source: Tgm

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

University of Denver General Classroom Building, 1969

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Identifier: U201.01.0018.0031.00005
Overview University of Denver Chancellor Maurice B. Mitchell and Vice-Chancellor Wilbur C. Miller ceremonially cut the ribbon on the doors of the university's new General Classroom Building (later Sturm Hall) on the University Park Campus.
Dates: 1969

University of Denver General Classroom Building, 1969

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Identifier: U201.01.0018.0031.00006
Overview University of Denver Chancellor Maurice B. Mitchell and Vice-Chancellor Wilbur C. Miller ceremonially cut the ribbon on the doors of the university's new General Classroom Building (later Sturm Hall) on the University Park Campus.
Dates: 1969

University of Denver General Classroom Building, 1969

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Identifier: U201.01.0018.0033.00010
Overview Black and white contact sheet of images of the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the General Classroom Building (later Sturm Hall) on the University Park Campus of the University of Denver in Denver, Colorado, including Chancellor Maurice B. Mitchell and Vice-Chancellor Wilbur C. Miller cutting the ribbon.
Dates: 1969

University of Denver Shwayder Art Building Dedication, 1977 October 26

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Identifier: U201.01.0012.0018.00003
Overview University of Denver Chancellor Maurice B. Mitchell and King Shwayder pose with a plaque at the dedication ceremony for the Shwayder Art Building in Denver, Colorado. Jesse and Nellie Shwayder Inc., a family foundation, donated $1.7 million toward the construction, the building's architect was Slater-Paull and Associates, and the firm Gerald H. Phipps Inc. was awarded the rights to construct the building.
Dates: 1977 October 26

University of Denver Shwayder Art Building, Gallery, 1977 October

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Identifier: U201.01.0012.0019.00027
Overview The commemoration service for the University of Denver's Shwayder Art Building in Denver, Colorado. Chancellor Maurice Mitchell, an unidentified woman, and an unidentified man stand by a plaque which reads: "Shwayder Art Building In memory of Jessie and Nellie Shwayder In recognition of their love of the arts, belief in young people and their profound interest in the ultimate importance of education Commemorated October 26, 1977"
Dates: 1977 October