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The Association for Faculty Women scrapbook documents the social activities of the female faculty at Colorado State University. The collection consists of one scrapbook.
The Campus Events Collection includes programs, brochures, and other materials concerning various academic, professional, and social events at Colorado State University.
Charles L. Terrell was an alumnus of the Colorado State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts (now Colorado State University) and served as secretary of the State Board of Agriculture (now the Board of Governors) from 1959 to 1976. The collection consists of historic campus images of Colorado State University.
The Collection of Early Student Groups documents some of the earliest established student groups and societies at the Colorado Agricultural College. Societies and groups represented include the Athletic Association, Columbian Literary Society, the Student Council, and the Philo-Aesthesian Society. Materials include membership rosters, letters, receipts, minutes, and secretary ledgers.
C.P. Gillette (1859-1941) was the first professor of entomology at Colorado Agricultural College (now Colorado State University). During his 40 years at CAC he was a professor, served as state entomologist, and was head of the Experiment Station. The collection contains copies of letters written by C.P. Gillette.
The Mid-Century Civil Service Records documents job classifications, salaries, job postings, and general background on civil service positions at Colorado State University. The collection includes lists of employees by job title and/or job class, salary data, correspondence, and handbooks.
The Miscellany of Colorado State University Collection contains publications, recordings, oral histories, photographs, and other ephemera created by or for the university, and its students, faculty, and staff.
Charles A. Lory (1872-1969) was a professor of electrical engineering and the fifth president of Colorado Agricultural College (now Colorado State University). The collection contains both personal and professional papers and includes correspondence and letters, diaries and day planners, financial records, flyers, committee minutes, newspaper clippings, and photographs.
Frank P. Goeder (1886-1963) was an alumnus and professor of physics at Colorado Agricultural College (now Colorado State University). The collection includes correspondence, a scrapbook, newspaper clippings, writings, photographs, and certificates and diplomas.
Herbert A. Black (1875-1971) was a graduate of the Colorado Agricultural College in 1895. The collection includes family photographs, his CAC diploma, a newspaper, and drafting tools.
Robert B. Broad was a herdsman at Colorado Agricultural College beginning in 1916. He specialized in the care and judging of swine and was an active participant in stock shows. The collection includes letters, expenditures, receipts, and information on state, regional, and national stock shows and fairs, writings, and a small box of glass plates negatives on various animals and animal anatomy.
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.
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.