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Dutch Hop is a dance and musical style unique to Germans from Russia, or Volga Germans. The collection includes information regarding Dutch Hop, copies of a newsletter, and a flyer and sign.
DVD documentary about Wyoming and Colorado Dutch Hop directed by Chris Simon and produced by Anne Hatch.
The collection contains documents and publications related to the National Park Service.
The Edison P. Lohr Collection of Visual Images from the Lindenmeier and Yampa Canyon Sites documents Lohr's excavations at the two archaeological sites in Northern Colorado. Materials include slides, photographs, and negatives.
The Faculty and Alumni Scrapbook Collection contains scrapbooks and photo albums from students, alumni, and staff associated with Colorado Agricultural College (C.A.C.) and Colorado State University (CSU).
Farad Corporation Film Collection consists of five 16mm films from the video "lecture-dialog" series Symposium 70. Lectures include "Insurrection-Resurrection" and "Generation Gap" by William Sloane Coffin, Jr., and "Black Revolution" by Andrew Young.
Feminist Press Collection consists of materials separated from donations to the Friedman Feminist Press Collection in CSU Libraries Special Collections. It contains t-shirts and ephemera such as flyers, dust jackets, book review photocopies, and buttons realted to feminist and LGBTQ+ publishing and activism.
George Beach (1902-1994) was a professor of horticulture at Colorado State University. The collection consists of one handwritten logbook of entries regarding horticultural activities in the Fort Collins area.
The collection includes course materials, conference notes, memorabilia, media (DVD, VHS), and publications related to the National Park Service.
Correspondence, autograph books, and research papers primarily concerning engineering topics.
The Historic Traveling Diaries and Guestbooks Collection contains diaries and memoirs of people who lived and traveled throughout the United States and Canada.
This collection includes the printed materials (booklets, brochures, maps, reports) of the national parks of 42 countries on six continents, not including the United States. Topics include park history, geography, promotion, and natural resources conservation.
Irmel Louise Fagan (1913-2010) served at Colorado State University as Director of the Physical Education Department for Women. She began as an instructor at Colorado State University in 1957, becoming the director of the physical education program following the retirement of Elizabeth Forbes in 1959. Material types in this collection include papers, bound volumes, one manuscript, musical scores, audiovisual material, and ephemera relating to women's athletics.