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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:

Fritz Leiber (Chicago Civic Theatre), 1934

Identifier: B367.03.0002.0015.00005
Abstract Fritz Leiber (12-24-1910 to 9-5-1992) American writer of fantasy, horror, and science fiction; poet and an actor in films.
Dates: 1934

Poem on the Page Broadsides

Identifier: M410
Abstract Poem on the Page collection of Broadsides from various publishers. Poetry by various poets.
Dates: 1958-2015

Qualls, Schyleen, 2017

Identifier: D084.02.0001.0006
Abstract This folder contains (2) copies of the interview with Schyleen Qualls.
Dates: 2017

Schyleen Qualls Oral History, 2017

Identifier: D084.02.0001.0006.00001
Abstract Interview with Schyleen Qualls conducted by Nathalie Proulx. The interview is audio only and missing the beginning due to technical errors. The audio begins with Schyleen describing Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble's experiences at FESTAC 77.
Dates: 2017

The Denver Clarion, vol. 68, issue 18, 1963 November 19

Identifier: clarion_v068i18_19631119
Abstract “The Hostess with the Mostest” Attends Sorority Tea in Her Honor. $80,000 Grant to Provide Funds for New IR, SSF Program. Film Needs Coeds; Eight Spots Open. Scrolls of Appreciation Given to Music Entertainment Group. Six Poets Publish Works in Annual. Borda’s Quintette to Appear at CCC. Snack Bar Open.
Dates: 1963 November 19

The Denver Clarion, vol. 75, issue 12, 1970 October 19

Identifier: clarion_v075i12_19701019
Abstract Lack of funds, office space hurt open clinic programs. Mahoney expresses hope for abortions. English pub poet reads own works. Mitchell lauds Fall Festival: “a highlight of the season”.
Dates: 1970 October 19

The Denver Clarion, vol. 76, issue 68, 1972 April 5

Identifier: clarion_v076i68_19720405
Abstract Research group soliciting ideas. Bonfils-DU Repertory Company opens with “Taming of the Shrew”. South African poet to speak at University.
Dates: 1972 April 5

Tony Shearer for Colorado Reflections

Identifier: couda-shearer
Abstract Tony Shearer discusses his experience as a poet, writer, and musician, born in Manitou Springs. Mentions his Native American and Celtic heritage. Shearer reflects on what inspires him as an artist, discusses his travels around the world, and discusses the spirituality of nature and the importance of communing with nature. With poetic language, Shearer describes Charm Springs, a small spring near Manitou and discusses the future of Native Americans in the United States.
Dates: Date Not Yet Determined