Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 140 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Black and white print of a "Class of 1971 Presents Woodstock West" float in the University of Denver's 1999 Homecoming parade. Several persons are standing or sitting in the back of a pickup truck, holding signs reading "Woodstock West Peace + Freedom Founded May 8, 1970," "Peace," "The Doors at DU September 1967 Freshman Year," and "Waiting to [cut off]," and crosses labeled "Kent State."
Overview Black and white image depicting a covered wagon with four people inside. On the cover of the wagon is "Colorado 1876-1976 76 Centennial". Two people sit on the seat of the wagon, one holding a young child. A fourth person sits in the bed of the wagon. The wagon is surrounded by cars.
Overview A black and white image which shows eleven women representing the pillars of Denver University Learning. Six of the women have sashes around their torsos with the words "Comedy", "Astronomy", "Learning", "Poetry", "History", and [illegible] written on them. Two of the women are standing off to the side infront of a building. The image is from a homecoming event at the University of Denver.
Overview Ruckus the red-tailed hawk, former mascot of the University of Denver, shakes the hand of an unidentified alumna during a Homecoming Barbecue in Gates Field House in the Daniel L. Ritchie Center for Sports and Wellness on the campus of the University of Denver in Denver, Colorado.
Dates: between 1998-2008
Overview A crowd of people is milling around in front of a Union Pacific train car.
Overview Family night and the Montana U – DU Football game to occur at Hilltop Stadium, Friday October 8, 1954. The Pioneer Caravan goes to Wyoming on October 2, 1954 for their football game against the University of Wyoming at Laramie. The marching band to strut their stuff during the halftime show at the University of Wyoming game on October 2, 1954. Fraternity bids due October 3, 1954. Homecoming set for November 6, 1954. Senate plans class elections for 1954 – Skid Pirtle elected.
Dates: 1954 October 1