Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Program for the University of Denver (DU) Baccalaureate service, Tabor Opera House, Denver Colorado, 11 a.m., June 15th 1884. Sermon by the Right Rev. Bishop Warren, DU Trustee and later co-founder of the Iliff School of Theology.
Dates: 1884 June 15
University of Denver Chancellor and President of Board of Trustees Speak to Founders Day Award Recipients, 1959
Overview University of Denver (DU) alumnus Clarence A. Myrhe (far left) speaks as (left to right) Evans Award recipient Joseph Lohman, Chancellor Chester M. Alter, and President of the Board of Trustees Robert W. Selig look on at the 1959 Founders Day event in Denver, Colorado.
Overview University of Denver (DU) founder John Evans poses for a portrait. Evans was also one of the founders of Northwestern University, as well as the second governor of the Colorado Territory.
Dates: between 1880-1897
Overview University of Denver (DU) Founders Day award recipients pose with the Chancellor and President of the DU Board of Trustees at Founders Day in Denver, Colorado. Standing, left to right: Robert W. Selig (President of DU Board of Trustees, 1959) and Clarence A. Myrhe. Seated, left to right: Randolph McDonough (President, DU Alumni Relations), Eugene T. Halaas (Professor, DU Finance and Banking), Jane Gould (Chief Circulation Librarian and DU Assistant Professor of Librarianship, Joseph Lohman...
Overview University of Denver (DU) students cut a cake as Board of Trustees President Robert W. Selig speaks at a podium during the 1959 DU Founders Day celebration in Denver, Colorado. Chancellor Chester M. Alter (to right of Selig) and award recipients look on. Students, left to right: Jeanette Dale (1959 Miss DU and President of Associated Women Students), Jim Sorenson (President of Student Senate), Edythe (Edie) Goldstein (President of Coed Journalists), and Steve LeSatz (Pioneers men's basketball,...