Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This box contains (1) scrapbook created by Sonja Savig. Digitized photographs donated by Sonja Savig contain photographs of Martha Wilcox Dance Group, University of Denver Theatre productions, Children's Dance Theatre, Colorado College, and other related photographs.
File — Box D109.0001: [Barcode: U186023288449]
Abstract This box contains (1) scrapbook created by Charlotte York Irey for her 3rd anniversary to Harold Short. Charlotte created the scrapbook to show her husband her career accomplishments. This box also contains an inventory to the photos in the scrapbook, photos from Charlotte's 80th birthday, and Nada Diachenko's planning materials for Charlotte's memorial service in 2017.
File — Box B414.01.0002: Series B414.01 [Barcode: U186023258169]
Abstract Contains three scrapbooks (1995-1998) and two folders of scrapbook materials removed from a binder.
File — Box D110.0002: Series D110.01 [Barcode: U186023288465]
File — Box D022.0003: Series D022.07; Series D022.08 [Barcode: U186022113861]
Abstract This box contains (1) scrapbook with souvenir and house programs, newspaper clippings, and photographs of Lillian Covillo's activities in the Denver ballet community prior to the founding of Colorado Ballet. This includes: Covillo-Parker School of Dance, Lillian Covillo Balllet Company, Covillo-Parker Theatre Ballet Company and related companies and performances.
File — Box B165.02.0004: Series B165.02 [Barcode: U186023258347]
File — Box D014.0004: [Barcode: U186020763238]
Abstract This box contains (1) scrapbook contains letters written to Connie Fisher from the Jubilate Dancers group.
File — Box D014.0005: [Barcode: U186020763246]
Abstract This box contains (1) scrapbook with programs, photos, and clippings from the Juliante Dancers, led by Connie Fisher.
Abstract One (1) scrapbook recieved from Sonja Savig for digitization. Contains letters, song lists, a musical program, and photographs documenting Savig's musical career as a band member in, "The American Folk Trio" and as a solo performing artist, using her own name circa 1981, where she produced the albume, "Norwegian Songs in America."