Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
Earl Murray (1950-2003) was a noted local author of American Western fiction. His career included over forty published novels, as well as poetry and short stories. The bulk of the collection contains research notes and draft copies of some of Murray's novels. Materials include notes, writings, newspaper clippings, and correspondence.
Elise Claassen was a German Russian who immigrated with her family to Kansas in 1876. The collection includes family histories, photographs, genealogical research on the Claassen, Sudermann, Jantzen, and Thierstein families, and handwritten journals of Elise Claassen.
Notes relating to the history of Fort Collins, Red Feather Lakes, and other areas of Larimer County, Colorado, used in Ms. Swanson's local history books and articles. Contents include charts, diaries, maps, newspaper clippings, photographs, and published histories.
Renowned organ builder, Lawrence Phelps (1923-1999), designed and supervised the construction of more than 800 organs, including organs at Colorado State University and at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Fort Collins. This collection includes articles, audio recordings, blueprints, books, correspondence, notes, photographs, publications, sheet music, slides, and tools.
Lucius "Lute" Wilcox was an author, publisher, and editor in Denver, Las Vegas, and Ohio. The collection contains short stories written by Lute Wilcox.
The Washburn-Taylor Family were early settlers in the northern Colorado area, including Fort Collins, Loveland, and the Big Thompson Valley area. The collection contains materials from various members of the family and includes correspondence, class notes, legal files, and brochures.
Will Hobbs is an award-winning author of books for children and young adults, focusing on outdoor adventures. The collection contains manuscripts and ephemera for four titles, Beardance, Bearstone, Downriver, and River Thunder, as well as ephemera for Beardream.
The collection contains the records of Fiberarts Magazine, the leading textile-art magazine for over 30 years with subscribers across the United State, Canada, Europe, Australia, and Asia. Materials include correspondence with artists, writers, and gallery owners; audiovisual materials including photographs, transparencies, negatives, 35 mm slides; and production files on the publication of the magazine.
P.E.O. is a philanthropic organization focusing on education and opportunities for women. Chapter CO Colorado was established in 1936 as the 93rd chapter in the state. The collection contains albums documenting member activities, the original charter of Chapter CO, and booklets.
The Colorado Emeriti Association was founded in 1957 and was open to any retired faculty from the state of Colorado. Many of their members came from Colorado State University, the University of Colorado, the University of Northern Colorado, the University of Denver, and the Colorado School of Mines. Materials include letters, membership lists, reports, and a copy of the group's constitution.
Administrative, financial, and other records of an organization founded to support local art groups.
Videos, publications, newspaper articles, and photographs of the 1997 Fort Collins Flood.