Found in 41 Collections and/or Records:
Photographic image of Chancellor Dwight Smith shaking hands with President George H.W. Bush. An unidentified man looks on. Circa 1985.
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, philosopher, educator, and President of India, speaks to a group of unidentified persons, including students from India while University of Denver Chancellor Chester Alter looks on. Radhakrishnan was awarded an honorary LLD degree by the University of Denver in 1963, during his term as President. One person in the image is holding a copy of the commencement issue of the DU Clarion announcing Radhakrishnan's visit.
Black and white print of U. S. President Bill Clinton greeting supporters at a rally.
Poster showing photos of the Denver Chapter presidents: Ida Kozatch- 1962-1964 Betty Gelt- 1943-1954 Selma Cohen !964-1967 Bess Hayuitin-Kaplan-1955-1957, 1961-1962 Charlotte Diamond 1953-1955 Phyllis Hindlemann 1957-1959
This series contains correspondence primarily related to David Tannenbaum, but additionally Ruth Katzin. The correspondence related to David consists of recommendations for his application for work with the Los Angeles district attorney in 1925, and presidential visits, and condolences from 1956 and 1957 respectively. The correspondence to Ruth Katzin is from President-Elect Woodrow Wilson.
Correspondence to David Tannenbaum While Mayor of Beverly Hills, October 22, 1956 - October 10, 1957
This folder contains 3 letters. The first letter is from President Dwight Eisenhower to David Tannenbaum expressing his appreciation for the "Key to the City" that he was gifted on his visit. The second letter is a thank you note from Vice President Richard Nixon. The final piece of correspondence is a letter of condolence to Ruth Katzin Tannenbaum on the death of her husband David.
One black and white print and one black and white halftone print of headshots of Milton S. Eisenhower, president of Kansas State University, Penn State University, and Johns Hopkins University.
Papers, photographs and memorabilia collected by Harry Denny Liggitt, Jr. an alumnus of the University of Denver (B.Sc., 1920) and nationally-known chemist. The collection documents hs DU undergraduate experiences and Alumni Association service.
John F. Kennedy stands behind podium with seal of the president. Fa Ten Kao stands beside him holding award.