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Community life

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 267 Collections and/or Records:

Aimee Peyser Strauss , 1911-1956

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Identifier: B111.09.0009.0019
Overview Aimee Peyser was born in 1899 in Denver and was an active member of the Jewish community in Denver for the rest of her life. She was one of the first women to hold an office on the board of directors of Temple Emanuel and worked for years as an educator of Jewish immigrants in West Denver. She married Melvin Strauss in 1923 and passed away in 1990.

Bishop Mote Presents a History of St. Mary's Church in Denver, Colorado, 1986

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Identifier: M054.01.0002.00007
Overview Bishop James Mote shares the history of St. Mary's Anglican Catholic Church, which moved to the University Park area of Denver, Colorado in the 1930s. St. Mary's Church withdrew from the Episcopal Church on November 28, 1976 under his direction and joined other parishes in the Diocese of the Holy Trinity, which later became known as the Anglican Catholic Church. Bishop Mote also comments on the expansion of Denver's city limits to the south and to the east since his arrival in 1951, and notes...

Community Relations

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Identifier: U142
Overview Collection contains posters and newspaper clippings from the community relations department at the University of Denver.

Dr. Allen Breck Presents a History of the University Park Neighborhood of Denver, Colorado, 1986

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Identifier: M054.01.0001.00005
Overview Dr. Allen Breck discusses the University Park neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. Breck notes that although a number of professionals still live in the area, there are not as many University of Denver faculty members with homes in the neighborhood as there were in past years. He speculates that this may be due to the fact that University Park houses are more expensive. He discusses schools in the area, and the positive effect that living in the neighborhood has had on his life. He also discusses...

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.