Skip to main content


Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Scope Note: Here are entered works on people who take trips or journeys [for any purpose]. Works on the traditionally itinerant peoples of Ireland, Scotland, England, and Wales are entered under: Irish Travellers (Nomadic people); Scottish Travellers (Nomadic people); English Travellers (Nomadic people); and: Welsh Travellers (Nomadic people)See Also From: Tourists (as a Topic)

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Bernard Zion Lande Papers

Identifier: B122
Abstract Bernard Zion Lande, the grandson of early Denver Jewish pioneer Zion Wolf Karsh, was born in Denver, Colorado, on July 11, 1927. Lande grew up on Denver's west side and attended the Hebrew Educational Alliance. While still in his teens, he helped to found the Jewish Youth Council, and in 1947 he attended the Brandeis Camp in California, where he gained his first exposure to the philosophies of the Jewish Reconstructionist movement. Lande received a master's degree in social psychology...
Dates: 1931-1980

European Travel Photo Album, 1908-1911

Identifier: M302.02.0002.00004
Abstract Album of 125 mounted photographs from Switzerland, France, the Austro-Hungarian Empire and Italy, 54 relating to winter sports in St. Moritz. Other scenes include yachting in Cannes, holidays in Rome, Castel Gandolfo and Peruga. The sequence begins in the winter of 1908-1909, and ends in July 1911. With a loose menu card in French from the Palace Hôtel (St. Moritz? Lucerne?), showing an 11-course meal for February 6, 1909. The card (folded to 13 x 15 cm.) is autographed by around 25 fellow...
Dates: 1908-1911

Incidents of Travel and Adventures in the Far West, 1857

Identifier: B388.01.0001.00001

Memoir by Solomon Nunez Carvalho about his five-month journey on an expedition west over the Rocky Mountains with Colonel John C. Fremont.

Dates: Publication: 1857

Lowell Thomas Copies, between 1915-1950

Identifier: U201.02.0141.0018.00002

Contact sheet of DU alumnus Lowell Thomas photograph copies.

Dates: between 1915-1950