Women -- Education (Higher) -- Colorado
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
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 northeast...
Abstract This collection contains records related to the "Half the Sky Fair," traditionally held yearly at the University of Denver during the Women's Conference, also held at the University of Denver. Currently, the collection holds two banners displayed during the Fair.
Dates: Other: 2015