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Pauline Birky-Kreutzer, a research associate with the Colorado State University Research Foundation, was part of the staff that conducted a Congressional feasibility study on a youth corps training program, which became the foundation for the U.S. Peace Corps in 1961. The collection primarily documents the establishment of the Peace Corps and the role played by CSU. Material types include newspaper clipping, reports, and photographs.
R. Dennis Child served as a member of CSU's Range Science faculty, head of the Department of Rangeland Ecosystem Science, and associate dean of the Warner College of Natural Resources. This collection includes correspondence, course lectures, research papers, photographs and slides, and materials related to Child's international work in Africa.
Ralph E. "Butch" Clark, III, has lived in Gunnison, Colorado, since 1970 and has long advocated for social justice. The documents here were collected by Clark in conjunction with the Sustainable Development Strategies Group. They document the Gunnison Basin, the Colorado River, and other tributary watersheds through court documents, letters, publications, and reports.
Ralph E. Christoffersen was the tenth president of Colorado State University. The collection includes planning documents for his investiture ceremony, gifts from King Saud University, and copies of speeches.
Natural resource economist Raymond L. Anderson (1927-2018) spent nearly three decades working jointly for the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Economic Research Service and Colorado State University (CSU). He focused on irrigated agriculture and the associated organizations and issues arising in modern contexts. The collection contains biographical material, correspondence, publications, and data.
Manuscript journals related to the life of Richard L. Knight and his work with wildlife biology and natural resource conservation.
Agricultural economist Robert A. Young (1931-2013) was a professor at Colorado State University (CSU) who offered insightful analysis related to water management and policy. He published extensively about economics as related especially to water issues in Colorado, the western United States, and the world. The collection consists mainly of his research, publications, and presentations.
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.