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Brochures, correspondence, and publications related to the Forest and Range Experiment Station, as well as the United Campgounds near Mesa Verde
Collection contains McNary's letters, photographs, slides, and a privately-printed version of his journal and photographs from his time during the Peace Corps.
Vujica M. Yevjevich (1913-2006), a native of Yugoslavia, was a professor, lecturer, consultant, and researcher of hydrologic engineering. Yevjevich taught in Colorado State University's engineering department from 1960 until his retirement in 1979. The collection contains notes, essays, correspondence, graphs, maps, and technical information on his work in hydrology, mostly international in nature.
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.
Willard O. Eddy (1908-1993) played a pivotal role in transforming Colorado State University (CSU) from an agricultural college to a university. Eddy taught at CSU beginning in 1937 and later founded CSU's Honors Program and the department of philosophy. This collection consists of Eddy's correspondence, class papers, training manuals, receipts, photographs and ephemera accumulated primarily before his career at CSU.
William M. "Bill" Gray (born 1929) is professor emeritus of atmospheric science at Colorado State University and head of the Tropical Meteorology Project. He is a pioneer in the science of forecasting hurricanes and one of the world's leading experts on tropical storms. The collection consists of internet search results, articles, and research data.
William V. Lumb was a professor and director of the surgical laboratory in the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Science at Colorado State University (CSU). The collection contains written histories of the surgical laboratory, correspondence, and photographs.
Civil engineer William Sayre (1927-1981) contributed significant scientific research about sediment transport and turbulent flows. He spent the majority of his career working for the U.S. Geological Survey as a research hydrologist and the University of Iowa as a professor of hydraulics and water-resources engineering. The collection consists mainly of articles, reports, and handwritten notes, along with correspondence, presentations, teaching materials, and research data.