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The Records of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) at Colorado State University consists of scrapbooks and ephemera relating primarily to the Poudre Musket Company, a drill team and tactical warfare unit.
The Rocky Mountain Bean Dealers Association, founded in 1916 as the Rocky Mountain Bean Jobbers Association, was organized to support members and promote their products. The records consist primarily of meeting minutes, general correspondence, member rosters, bulletins, and financial documents.
The Rocky Mountain Sod Growers Association, established in 1973 and also known as the Rocky Mountain Turf Growers Association, was organized to support members and promote their product. The records consist primarily of meeting minutes, routine correspondence, meeting planning and announcements, as well as correspondence and documents that reflect efforts in areas of member concern, such as the desire to use farm plates for vehicles transporting sod.
The Trailer Court Association was formed to oversee an on campus trailer park focused on affordable housing options for married students at Colorado State University. The records contain financial documents, correspondence, insurance forms, constitutions, contracts, and titles.
The main library of Colorado State University, the Morgan Library, underwent a major reconstruction and addition that opened in 1998. The collection documents this expansion and renovation project, and includes correspondence, reports, catalogues, plans, schedules, and publications.
The collection contains various certificate recognitions awarded to the Word is Out Bookstore from agencies representing women's, LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer), and bookstore communities. Documents concerning store operations such as hiring and shelving are also included, as are notes from owner Louise Knapp about the history of the store.
The Boyle Engineering Corporation has been a leader in the delivery of water and wastewater services since the early 1940s. In February 2008, Boyle Engineering was bought out by AECOM. The collection mainly contains material created by Boyle Engineering, such as reports for both private and governmental projects, focusing on water supply, wastewater, and flood control.
Collection contains family memorabilia of Ron Bauer's father, Jacob. Materials include sugar beet medals and German language books.
In her travels around the globe, Mildred Thomas Axtell (1916-2001) photographed various water locations, including the coasts of California, Mexico, and Buenos Aires. This collection includes slides of Denver city parks, rock formations in Arches National Monument and Zion National Park in Utah, and Mexico and Buenos Aires landscapes and cityscapes, as well as family portraits. There are 1,086 slides in the collection.