Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Use for "Academic deans," "Assistant Deans" and "Associate Deans"
Found in 75 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Contains black and white photographic prints of deans in the business administration department at the University of Denver.
Abstract Black and white print of Albert Sims, former University of Denver chancellor Ben M. Cherrington, DU professor and dean Josef Korbel, and Joe Slater examining some papers around a table.
Dates: between 1962-1975
Abstract University of Denver tenth chancellor Alfred Clarence Nelson poses for a portrait. Nelson served as chancellor from 1948 to 1949. Nelson was an interim chancellor appointed by the board and the only DU alumnus to hold the position.
Abstract 15 black and white prints of portraits of Gladys C. Bell, Dean of Women at the University of Denver. Also includes one set of black and white negatives with contact sheet and one contact sheet without negatives, both of portraits of Bell.
Abstract This is a photo of the space in the Chambers Center dedicated to Robin Morgan.
Dates: 2005 May 12
Abstract Photographic image of five men in suits wearing hard hats at the dedication of the Yegge Center at the Sturm College of Law; three hold sledgehammers, one a cane, and one a shovelful of dirt. They are standing in a building and a wall behind them has holes from sledgehammers. Left to right, they are: Yegge Center dedication Honoree Bob (Robert) Zegge, Sonny Mupelli (donor), Chancellor Dan Ritchie, George Holly [sp?] (alum and donor), law dean Dennis Lynch. On the campus of the University of...
Dates: circa 1995
Abstract Black and white print of headshot of Clem Collins, dean of the College of Business Administration (1936-45) and member of the board of trustees at the University of Denver.
Abstract This is a photo of the Colorado Woman's College arch as installed at the Chambers Center. The photo was taken on the day that a display at the Chambers Center was dedicated to author and poet Robin Morgan.
Dates: 2005 May 12