Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
The Collection of Genealogical Research on Germans from Russia in Northern Colorado focuses on families who immigrated from Russia to northeastern Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas, and the Portland, Oregon, area and consists of census records, family histories, passenger lists, obituaries, birth, death, and marriage records, and regional histories on areas of Russia settled by Germans.
The Colonel Belknap Collection of Memorabilia from the Allied Occupation of Berlin documents Colonel Belknap's tenure as the military deputy to the Civilian Chief for action with respect to the machinery and optics industries of Germany during the Allied occupation of Berlin. Materials include a scrapbook, photographs, newspapers, and memorabilia of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party.
Farad Corporation Film Collection consists of five 16mm films from the video "lecture-dialog" series Symposium 70. Lectures include "Insurrection-Resurrection" and "Generation Gap" by William Sloane Coffin, Jr., and "Black Revolution" by Andrew Young.
Feminist Press Collection consists of materials separated from donations to the Friedman Feminist Press Collection in CSU Libraries Special Collections. It contains t-shirts and ephemera such as flyers, dust jackets, book review photocopies, and buttons realted to feminist and LGBTQ+ publishing and activism.
The Historic Traveling Diaries and Guestbooks Collection contains diaries and memoirs of people who lived and traveled throughout the United States and Canada.
The Local Colorado and Regional History Collection is a collection of local and Colorado history documents, photographs, aerial photographs, and maps as well as a small amount of material that does not relate to Colorado. The collection was acquired over time and includes student class papers as well as papers written by local historians, correspondence, and reports. Subjects primarily include Fort Collins and Northern Colorado history, and irrigation and agricultural history of Colorado.
Charles Lummis (1859-1928) was a noted author, photographer, ethnographer, archaeologist, and librarian. Gaining fame for walking from Ohio to California in the 1880s, Lummis spent much of his life documenting and protecting the lives and activities of the people of the Southwest United States. The collection contains letters, photographs, publications, music, and newspaper clippings.