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Europe

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

America and her Allies in the World's Greatest War, circa 1918

 Item
Identifier: U199.04.0003.00002
Abstract

Paper news publication about the war and America's allies. Contains maps of Europe and photos of battle scenes in addition to text.

Dates: circa 1918

Box 9, 1961

 File — Box B097.0009: Series B097.04 [Barcode: U186020759263]
Identifier: B097.04.0009
Abstract

Scrapbook from 1961 European Trip. Includes trip itinerary.

Dates: 1961

Container 12: Anfenger Family Trunk, circa 1890

 Item — Crate B106.01.0012: Series B106.01 [Barcode: U186023246324]
Identifier: B106.01.0012
Abstract A sturdy travelling trunk made from wood, covered with treated tan/green canvas and reinforced with wood, leather and metal bracings. Leather handles are on the right and left sides. It has one metal lock, two metal latches and two leather straps on the lower part of the trunk that are meant to buckle. The inside lid is lined with a rust-colored cloth-backed with paper, and the inside bottom is lined with the same treated canvas as the exterior. Louis Anfenger used this trunk when he and...
Dates: circa 1890

George Barany Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M323
Scope and Contents

The George Barany Collection consists of three boxes of publications, research materials, photographs, microfilm, newspaper clippings, and press releases, the majority of which relates to his research on Hungary and Eastern Europe. Also included is biographical information and miscellaneous ephemera from his time at the University of Denver.

Dates: Other: 1920-2002

History--Europe, 1901

 File
Identifier: M060.01.0002.0003

Louis Anfenger Europe Trip Journal, 1890 June 28-September 19

 Item
Identifier: B106.02.0007.00002
Abstract Diary kept by Louis Anfenger, who was a Denver businessman and Colorado State legislator, as well as a founder of Congregation Emanuel, B'nai B'rith and the National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives. This journal documents Louise and Louis Anfenger's trip to Europe in 1890. The tan leather pocket inside the back cover holds a German calling card for Witz Deszo. Entries are short and factual, for example, the first entry states: "Saturday June 28, 1890. Left New York at 2 o'clock pm on...
Dates: 1890 June 28-September 19

New York City Ballet: la quatrieme tournee en Europe du, circa 1956

 Item
Identifier: D004.01.0006.00018
Abstract Souvenir program for the New York City Ballet's performances during its Fourth Europen Tour on [September 1956]. Principal performers: Maria Tallchief, Tanaquil LeClercq, Diana Adams, Patricia Wilde, Melissa Hayden, Jillana, Nicholas Magallanes, Francisco Moncion, Herbert Bliss, Todd Bolender, Roy Tobias, Jacques D'Amboise, Carolyn George, Barbara Walczak, Barbara Fallis, Barbara Milberg, Andre Eglevsky. Presented by: L. Leonidoff. Works performed include: Concert Baroco-1941...revived...
Dates: circa 1956

Rabbi and Mrs. Earl Stone, between 1940-1945

 Item
Identifier: B063.05.0053.00084
Abstract

Rabbi and Mrs. Earl Stone on their wedding day sit before two rabbis.

Dates: between 1940-1945

Rabbi and Mrs. Earl Stone, between 1940-1945

 Item
Identifier: B063.05.0053.00085
Abstract

Rabbi and Mrs. Earl Stone on what appears to be their wedding day stand arm in arm in front of building.

Dates: between 1940-1945

Shirley Jean Black Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M112
Abstract

Shirley Jean Black (1935-1996) was a professor at Texas A&M University. Her discipline was modern European history and French history. The collection includes her research about Napoleon III and the French intervention in Mexico and 19th century French diplomatic history.

Dates: Other: 1700-1900