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The Records of the Young Women's Christian Association contains materials pertaining to the inception and operation of the Young Women's Christian Association at Colorado Agricultural College (now Colorado State University). Materials include administrative and fundraising efforts papers, correspondence, meeting minutes, reports, and conference materials for the association and its advisory board.
Correspondence, meeting minutes, and subject files related to the activities of Colorado cattlemen's associations and beef cattle ranching.
State maps of Colorado, Nebraska, and Wyoming.
The Boyle Engineering Corporation has been a leader in the delivery of water and wastewater services since the early 1940s. In February 2008, Boyle Engineering was bought out by AECOM. The collection mainly contains material created by Boyle Engineering, such as reports for both private and governmental projects, focusing on water supply, wastewater, and flood control.
Robert C. Graves earned a veterinary degree at Colorado State University and owned Graves Dairy (now Morning Fresh Dairy), the family dairy with the longest history in the Fort Collins area. Graves experimented with pelletizing cattle feed and was an active promotor of the national bone marrow donor registry. This collection includes news clippings about dairy farming and land use issues, memorials, an oral history transcript, and a digital audio interview with Sherry Graves.
The Rocky Mountain Collegian is the student newspaper for Colorado State University and is the oldest continuously existing college student publication in Colorado. The collection contains negatives taken by Tim O'Hara when he was on staff and includes images of student meetings, athletics, student dances, concerts, intramurals, parades, and university celebrations.
Collection contains family memorabilia of Ron Bauer's father, Jacob. Materials include sugar beet medals and German language books.
The Saratov Ephemera Collection contains items collected by people visiting the Saratov area of Russia. Materials include postcards, flyers from museums and universities, and other printed ephemera. Most of the materials are in Russian.
The Scrapbooks of Tsarist Russia contain newspaper clippings, postcards, and photographs documenting people, activities, and events during the Russian Empire.
In her travels around the globe, Mildred Thomas Axtell (1916-2001) photographed various water locations, including the coasts of California, Mexico, and Buenos Aires. This collection includes slides of Denver city parks, rock formations in Arches National Monument and Zion National Park in Utah, and Mexico and Buenos Aires landscapes and cityscapes, as well as family portraits. There are 1,086 slides in the collection.
The Student Outdoor Club Collection contains materials created by and for various student outdoor clubs at Colorado State University, including the Mountaineering Club, Hikers Club, Outing Club, and Conservation Club. Materials include scrapbooks, publications, newspapers clippings, rosters, schedules, and reports.
Raylene McWilliams Owens was the 1963 Skyline Stampede Queen and member of the Livestock Club at Colorado State University. The collection includes her Skyline Stampede Queen outfit as well as other textiles.
The University Digital Photograph Collection contains born digital images of Colorado State University dated 2001 to 2010 captured by CSU photographers Bill Cotton, John Eisele, and Joe Mendoza. The collection documents many aspects of campus life, including academics, student activities, university administration, research, Cooperative Extension, and the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station.