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Universities and colleges -- Colorado -- Denver

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

American Studies Program Records

 Collection
Identifier: U001
Overview This collection contains administrative and business records of the American Studies Program at the University of Denver, collected from 1965 to 1983. The program was converted to the Women's Studies program in 1984 due to budget difficulties at the university.

Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society Records

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Identifier: B230
Overview The Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society (RMJHS) was established in 1976 to promote and sponsor historical activity related to the Jewish experience in the Rocky Mountain region. The Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Denver in Denver, Colorado partners with the RMJHS and the Ira M. Beck and Perle Hayutin Beck Memorial Archives to publicize and preserve the Jewish history of the Rocky Mountain region. The Beck Archives became a fully integrated part of University of Denver...

Strategic Issues Program Records

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Identifier: U344
Overview The Strategic Issues Program took place form 2013 and 2014, which produced a report to ideally assist the university in the future.

Weinstein Family Papers and Material Culture

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Identifier: B412
Overview Sam Weinstein was born on the west side of Denver, Colorado in 1912. He attended the University Of Denver (DU) as an undergraduate and graduated from the law school in 1932. He was an attorney in Denver for many years. Rowena Mae Akers was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1911 and her family moved to Denver in the 1920s. Rowena Mae Akers Weinstein earned a degree in social work from DU and worked for the City and County of Denver. Sam Weinstein and Rowena Mae Akers were married in 1935. Sam Weinstein...

Welcome Miller Papers

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Identifier: M414
Overview Welcome Miller Papers are a collection of documents from the Colorado Womens College from 1940-1943, specific to Welcome (Henning) Miller.