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UA. Colorado State University Archives

 Collecting Area
Identifier: UA

Found in 214 Collections and/or Records:

Papers of Ruth J. Wattles

 Collection
Identifier: URJW
Abstract Ruth Jocelyn Wattles (1888-1985) was the first official historian of Colorado State University from 1943 through 1946. She also taught English classes and led the drama club at the school for almost forty years. Types of materials include biographies, correspondence, department histories, financial materials, manuscript drafts, newspaper clippings, reports, statistical data, and subject index cards. The collection documents the first seventy-five years of Colorado State University from the...
Dates: 1859-1965; Majority of material found within 1943-1946

Papers of Ruth M. Alexander

 Collection
Identifier: URMA
Abstract Ruth Alexander is a professor emeritus on transitional retirement with the Department of History as well as a Principal Investigator in the Public Lands History Center at Colorado State University. Alexander was born on March 23, 1954, in New York City to Charles K. Alexander and Margaret Kachur Alexander. She earned her bachelor’s degree in 1976 from the City University of New York, and her M.A. degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1983, both in History....
Dates: 1980-2020

Papers of Sidney Heitman

 Collection
Identifier: UHEI
Abstract

Sidney Heitman (1924-1993), a professor of history at Colorado State University and a specialist in the study of emigration of people from the former Soviet Union. The collection includes research on Nikolai Bukharin and correspondence regarding the Rocky Mountain Social Sciences Association Journal.

Dates: 1918-1973; Majority of material found within 1962-1968

Papers of Theodosia G. Ammons

 Collection
Identifier: UAMM
Abstract Theodosia G. Ammons (c. 1862-1907) co-established Colorado State University's Department of Domestic Economy in 1895. She was the first faculty member of the department and first female dean at the school. Routine correspondence related to her department responsibilities comprises the bulk of the collection. Her activities as a suffragette are represented as well. The collection includes advertisements, announcements, correspondence, invitations, newspaper clippings, photographs, and...
Dates: c. 1870-1914

Papers of Thomas M. Sutherland

 Collection
Identifier: UTMS
Abstract Dr. Thomas McNee Sutherland (1931-2016) was a philanthropist and Emeritus Professor of Animal Sciences at Colorado State University (CSU). His 1985 kidnapping and imprisonment in Lebanon and 1991 release resulted in international prominence. The collection covers topics such as Sutherland's animal breeding and genetics research and course materials, family and community efforts to free him from captivity, his return to the U.S. and subsequent speaking tours, his book with his wife Jean,...
Dates: 1943-2008; Majority of material found in 1959-2002

Papers of Thomas R. Lundberg

 Collection
Identifier: UTRL
Abstract Thomas Lundberg is a professor emeritus in the Department of Art and Art History at Colorado State University (CSU), retiring in 2020. Lundberg is primarily a fiber artist and was the coordinator for the graduate and undergraduate programs in fibers. He also taught courses in weaving, surface design and mixed-media textiles. Lundberg's work has been exhibited in museums across the country, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the Smithsonian American Art Museum. The collection...
Dates: 1978-2019; Majority of material found in 1992-2012

Papers of Willard O. Eddy

 Collection
Identifier: UEGW
Abstract

Willard O. Eddy (1908-1993) played a pivotal role in transforming Colorado State University (CSU) from an agricultural college to a university. Eddy taught at CSU beginning in 1937 and later founded CSU's Honors Program and the department of philosophy. This collection consists of Eddy's correspondence, class papers, training manuals, receipts, photographs and ephemera accumulated primarily before his career at CSU.

Dates: 1926-1943, 1978 and 1992; Majority of material found within 1932-1945

Papers of William E. Morgan

 Collection
Identifier: UWEM
Abstract William E. Morgan (1909-2005) served as president of Colorado Agricultural and Mechanical College/Colorado State University from 1949 to 1969. During his tenure, Morgan's farsighted and coherent concept for the growth of the institution resulted in its transformation from a small agricultural college to a state university. He was intensively involved with the bureaucratic process for the university as well as for other institutions, serving on outside boards and agencies. Materials document...
Dates: 1831-2003; Majority of material found within 1947-1993

Papers of William M. Gray

 Collection
Identifier: UPWG
Abstract

William M. "Bill" Gray (born 1929) is professor emeritus of atmospheric science at Colorado State University and head of the Tropical Meteorology Project. He is a pioneer in the science of forecasting hurricanes and one of the world's leading experts on tropical storms. The collection consists of internet search results, articles, and research data.

Dates: 1993-2011; Majority of material found within 2002-2006

Papers of William V. Lumb

 Collection
Identifier: UWVL
Abstract

William V. Lumb was a professor and director of the surgical laboratory in the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Science at Colorado State University (CSU). The collection contains written histories of the surgical laboratory, correspondence, and photographs.

Dates: 1936-2014; Majority of material found within 1969-1982

Peace Corps Collection

 Collection
Identifier: UPCC
Abstract Colorado State University became involved with the early development of the Peace Corps through the work of Maurice L. Albertson and the successful 1960 proposal on behalf of CSURF (Colorado State University Research Foundation) to the ICA (International Cooperation Agency) to investigate the possibility of establishing a "youth corps" that would become the Peace Corps. Colorado State University soon began training Peace Corps volunteers for work in Pakistan and other parts of the world....
Dates: 1940-2011; Majority of material found within 1960-1986

Photographs of Alton Sanderson

 Collection
Identifier: UPAS
Abstract

Alton Sanderson was an alumni of Colorado Agricultural College, studying forestry. The collection contains photographs of forestry students in 1923 working at Pingree Park, now the Colorado State University Mountain Campus.

Dates: 1923

Photographs of Antoine Jacob

 Collection
Identifier: UJAC
Abstract

The collection contains photographs belonging to Antoine Jacob, member of the class of 1901 of the Colorado Agricultural College (now Colorado State University). Photographs are of the class of 1901, the San Juan Club, the class of 1899, and the class of 1902.

Dates: 1897-1900

Pingree Park History Collection

 Collection
Identifier: UPPC
Abstract Since 1912, Colorado State University has used Pingree Park (now CSU Mountain Campus), located in the Pingree Valley in the Mummy Range, for field research and training, especially by CSU's Forestry Department. This collection contains the materials collected by Linda Wardlow in 1995 and used to write a history of the campus. Materials include Wardlow's final paper, transcripts of oral histories by homesteaders and campus staff, land records and State Board of Agriculture meeting minutes,...
Dates: 1994-1997; Majority of material found in 1994-1995

President, Office of the

 Collection
Identifier: upre
Abstract

Records of the Office of the President include materials from most departments and programs at Colorado State University. The collection includes committee materials, correspondence, financial documents, speeches, reports, and videos.

Dates: 1877-2012

Ram Stories Oral History Project

 Collection
Identifier: URSH
Abstract The Ram Stories project records, collects for researchers, and shares with the university community at least 200 student and alumni interviews about COVID-19’s effect on students at Colorado State University. These interviews promote a broad understanding of the pandemic’s impacts by producing a record of individual and collective experiences.The project illuminates the impact of the pandemic on students’ physical and mental health, their families and communities, and their values...
Dates: 2022-2023

Records of Administrative Officers

 Collection
Identifier: UADO
Abstract The Records of Administrative Officers contains the administrative records from non-academic and university governance offices at Colorado State University. Materials consist of meeting minutes, constitutions, legislation, correspondence, memos, and photographs from the Committee on Human Relations, Curriculum Committee, Faculty Council, Fort Collins City Council, Congress on Racial Equality, Office of the Academic Vice President, Department of the Dean of Women, Fort Collins Council of...
Dates: 1915-1974; Majority of material found within 1961-1974

Records of Admissions and Records

 Collection
Identifier: uadm
Abstract

The Records of Admissions and Records consists of course catalogs and bulletins, program brochures, and student records on paper and microfilm. Much of the collection is restricted.

Dates: 1890-1993

Records of Asian Institute of Technology

 Collection
Identifier: UAIT
Abstract The Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), a postgraduate institution in Thailand, was founded in 1959 as the SEATO Graduate School of Engineering at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok. Originally sponsored by the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO) and funded by a USAID contract administered by Dr. Maurice L. Albertson at Colorado State University, the school moved to its present location and changed its name to the Asian Institute of Technology in 1967. The collection, assmebled by...
Dates: 1959-1975

Records of Black/African American Culture Center

 Collection
Identifier: UBCC
Abstract

The Records of Black/African American Culture Center relate to the African American college experience, inclusion in higher education, diversity, as well as related services, activities, celebrations, relevant individuals and news. Materials include audio and video magnetic tapes, digital media (DVDs and CD-Rs with audio, video, images, etc.), photographic prints, correspondence, press releases, newsletters, newspapers and clippings.

Dates: 1982-2012 and undated; Majority of material found in 1992-2012