Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 218 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box M123.0009: Series M123.02 [U186018613948]
Overview This box contains (10) file folders including: publicity and correspondence for "The Abduction from Seraglio", "Cosi Fan Tutte", "Fidelio", "Martha", "The Tales of Hoffman", "La Traviata", "Harvey" and "The Play's the Thing"; clippings; programs.
Overview Colorado Association of Law Libraries (CoALL) began in 1977 as the Colorado Consortium of Law Libraries. In 1984 the organization became an official chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries and changed its name to Colorado Association of Law Libraries. The main goal of CoALL is to promote law librarianship. The Association supports its members through mentoring and grant programs as well as continuing education. The organization sponsors an annual Legal Institute that presents...
Overview The Colorado Poetry Fellowship was formed for the purpose of encouraging the development and recognition of the poets in the Rocky Mountain region. The group participated in International Poetry Week, presented readings by nationally known poets, and published the little magazine Timberlines.
Scope and Contents This series contains correspondence from Mrs. Charles June Gates and Rocky Mountain PBS as well as (5) folders sorted by date from 1971-2013.
Scope and Contents Series 4 contains correspondence, often on NCJW letterhead, between members or officers of the NCJW Denver Section and other individuals within the community. Most notable are a resignation letter from Fannie A. Heller (1925) and letters to the Denver Section from Carrie E. Livingston (1927), Ray S. David, and Carrie Benjamin.
Overview Contains correspondence, envelopes, picture postcards and notes. Most of the correspondence is in German, but the picture postcards are in English and have photos, circa 1900, but cards were mailed in January-March of 1960 from Williamsport, Pennsylvania to Maria in Denver. There is no signature from the sender on the postcards. One letter in English written to the Lowenstein family in Berlin from a Rita (?) in Birmingham, England.