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L. W. "Mike" Michaelson was an assistant professor of English at Colorado State University (CSU) and a prolific author of short stories, poems, and essays. The collection contains manuscripts, copies of publications which feature Michaelson's writings, and personal correspondence and biographical information.
Larry Penley was president of Colorado State University from 2003 to 2008. This collection documents some of the writings, decisions, and studies during his tenure. The collection contains Penley's correspondence, speech transcripts, Alcohol Task Force documents, reports, and university publications.
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.
Leslie L. Gibbons (1907-1981) was an alumnus, professor, and head of the Department of Industrial Arts at Colorado State University. The collection includes photographs and class lists of courses taught by Gibbons.
Lester Hendren (L.H.) Stimmel (1904-1972) was a professor of English at Colorado A & M, later renamed Colorado State University, from 1928 until his retirement in 1968. He specialized in nineteenth century American literature and was known for his high standards for usage and grammar in composition. Stimmel's papers consist of personal writings, including poetry and plays. Teaching materials are also included in the collection.
Llewellyn A. Moorhouse was an agricultural economist and was the head of the department of economics and sociology at Colorado Agricultural College from 1922-1944. The collection includes journals, farm data, photograph albums, and photo negatives.
Louis Russell Weber (1901-1989), a noted professor of physics, was instrumental in developing the physics program at Colorado State University. The collection contains correspondence, personal and family histories, publications, and compact discs.
Lucius "Lute" Wilcox was an author, publisher, and editor in Denver, Las Vegas, and Ohio. The collection contains short stories written by Lute Wilcox.
Luther C. Bragg, an entomologist and naturalist, was the curator of the College Museum of Colorado Agricultural College from 1905 to 1911. The collection contains a daily diary, a publication reprint, and photographs.