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This collection includes newsletters and posters originating from Colorado State University's Public Lands History Center. Topics are related to natural resource management, the state and national Forest Service, and the National Park Service.
The Public Relations Department communicates news and information about Colorado State University (CSU) to students, staff, and the general public. The collection contains press releases issued from January 2, 1992 through December 29, 1993. Also included are submissions to the CSU event calendar newsletter at the time, Happenings, by CSU departments and community members.
The Ram Flying Club at Colorado State University offered flying instruction and flight time to its members. The collection contains membership applications and rosters, financial documents, photographs, and correspondence.
The Registrar's Office at Colorado State University is responsible for maintaining students records, transcripts, and grade reports. The collection contains procedures and policies of the Registrar's Office, and meeting notes and minutes for the Graduate Council, Executive Committee, and Committee on Advanced Degrees.
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 Faculty Athletic Conference was organized on January 30, 1909, as the Colorado Faculty Athletic Conference. The conference originally was founded with three members: the University of Colorado, Colorado College, and Colorado State University. Seven other institutions later joined. The collection contains conference meeting minutes dating from 1909 to 1923.
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.
Numerous local stockgrowers' associations have existed in Routt County since before 1900. In 1921, a meeting was held to discuss combining all the local associations into the Routt County Stockgrowers' Association, which was accomplished shortly thereafter. The name was changed to the Routt County Cattlemen's Association in 1966. Materials in this collection consist of meeting minutes and organizational documents for the Association.