Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 270 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Professor Howe's diary for 1925 recounts his brief weather and astronomical observations, administrative and teaching activities at the University of Denver, entertainment of visitors to the Chamberlin Observatory, participation in events in University Park and elsewhere in Denver, his family and religious life.
Abstract Professor Howe's diary for 1926 recounts his brief weather and astronomical observations, administrative and teaching activities at the University of Denver, entertainment of visitors to the Chamberlin Observatory, participation in events in University Park and elsewhere in Denver, his family and religious life. Howe retired in May as the longest tenured professor at the University. Howe's handwriting in the entries for June 26 and 27 deteriorates markedly, and he notes he was sick in bed with...
Abstract Mary Beth Twining provides a brief history of the University Park Elementary School in the University Park area of Denver, Colorado. She discusses details including the names of the individuals who were involved in the planning, design, and construction of the building as well as the costs of construction. Twining recounts short biographical sketches of some of the principals who worked at the school and she also relates information about the University Park Parent Teacher Association.
Abstract The University of Denver's Living and Learning Communities (LLCs) are theme-based academic and residential communities that foster relationships and support among like-minded DU students. The collection contains various items and materials related to the programming of the various communities.
Abstract Max Straight was born in 1906 in Denver. He owned Westerkamp Grocer in Globeville for 25 years and was well loved by the community for his kindness and steadfast support. He passed away in 1982.
Abstract Topics covered: History of programs of the JCC
Dates: circa 1980
Nancy Dorn Presents Humorous Anecdotes about Christmas Carol Sings at Observatory Park, Denver, Colorado, 1986
Abstract Nancy Dorn presents humorous anecdotes about two events that took place during the University Park Community Council's annual Christmas Carol Sings at Observatory Park, Denver, Colorado, during the 1970s. She relates a story about a misunderstanding with an artificial Christmas tree, and another about the misfortunes of the members of a brass band who play their instruments outside in cold weather.
Abstract Photograph of German folk dancing by 8 unidentified people at Oktoberfest in Larmier Square in Denver, Colorado, for the University of Denver Student Social, in 9/24/83.
Dates: 1983 September 24
Abstract Topics include: Beth Israel Hospital and the geriatric subjects. They are the two oldest board members, personal backgrounds, Denver's growth, Beth Israel's growth, fundraising talk, community effort.
Dates: 1979 September 15