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The Western Graphic (Colorado Woman's College : Newspaper)

Subject Source: Local sources
Scope Note: Newspaper of the Colorado Woman's College, 1934-1966; the Temple Buell College, 1966-1973; the Colorado Women's College, 1973. Preceded by: The Colo-Wo-Co (Colorado Woman's College : Newspaper), 1916-1934; continued by: The Graphic, 1973-1982. Not to be confused with a magazine later published under the same title.

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Award of Merit to The Western Graphic, 1948

 Item — Box M130.13.0024: Series M130.13 [Barcode: U186018629347]
Identifier: M130.13.0024

Associated Collegiate Press of N.S.P.A. 1948 All-American Newspaper Critical Serivce Second Semester - The Western Graphic in recognition of its merit is awarded All-American Honor Rating. Certificate of award to the Western Graphic, CWC newspaper.

Dates: 1948

Box 48

 File — Box M130.0048: Series M130.13 [Barcode: U186023945601]
Identifier: M130.13.0048

Loose copies of Western Graphic (1960-1973) and Graphic (1973-1982) student newspapers

Dates: 1888-1982

Box 136: Awards and ephemera

 File — Box M130.0136: [Barcode: U186022290948]
Identifier: M130.0136

Library Associaates material 1960s; date books 1930s; Student deposit ledger 1931; Awards for skyline and western graphic; Home town Book 1 and 2 1969-1970; Scholastic Honors Award to Dunton Hall for the Fall Semester 1967-68.

Dates: 1888-1982

Box 324: The Western Graphic, 1965-1973

 File — Box M130.13.0324: Series M130.13 [Barcode: U186022286224]
Identifier: M130.13.0324

Loose copies of Western Graphic student newspaper, vols. 51-58

Dates: 1965-1973

Colorado Women's College (1888-1982) Records

Identifier: M130
Abstract Colorado Woman's College was conceived as a "Vassar of the West" by its founder, the Rev. Robert Cameron, who wanted to establish a women's college in the Western United States that would offer high-level academics to women. Cameron was the pastor of the First Baptist Church of Denver. The sponsoring body was inadvertently incorporated in 1888 as the Woman's College Society (amended to Colorado Woman's College Society the following year), though it did not open until 1909. Located in...
Dates: 1888-1982