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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.
Complete run of the published Nebraska Tractor Test results.
The Vietnam War Literature Manuscript Collection contains imaginative accounts of Americans fighting in Vietnam. The collection includes drafts and manuscripts of fiction novels, plays, poetry, short stories, and comics, as well as bibliographies, reviews, correspondence, and cassette tapes.
The Visual Materials of Colorado State University (CSU) Events and Donor Engagement contains material from Colorado State University's Events and Donor Engagement division. CSU Events organizes university functions on behalf of the Office of the President, University Advancement, and other university leadership. Materials include photographs, film negatives, and CDs.
W. Eugene Cox began his National Park Service career as a historian in 1967 and retired in 1998. During much of his service he filled the role of chief of interpretation in numerous parks, including Everglades and Great Smoky Mountains National Parks. This collection includes audiotapes, correspondence, reports, publications, photographs, memorabilia, and uniforms.
The Water Resources Artifacts Collection aggregates objects acquired from several different sources. The collection includes a Thacher calculator, four water level recorders, a textile, a painting, and two water bottles.
Wendel Diebel was a composer and professor of piano at Colorado State University for almost 30 years. The collection contains four printed scores.
The Women's Recreation Association (WRA) oversaw intramural sports for women as well as the expansion of women's intercollegiate athletics at Colorado State University. The collection contains scrapbooks documenting the activities of the WRA.