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George F. Freytag (1928-2011) was a botanist and expert in bean breeding. The collection contains professional papers, research, and theses and dissertations.
George Lof (1913-2009) was a pioneer in solar thermal, building analysis, and HVAC systems. He founded the Solar Energy Applications Laboratory (SEAL) on Colorado State University's Foothills Campus in 1972. His distinctive career earned him worldwide recognition as one of the early groundbreaking leaders of solar research. Materials include reports and articles.
George William (Jerry) Sherk (b. 1949) has had a full career as both an attorney and a professor, specializing in natural resources and environmental law and policy at numerous government agencies, private law firms, and universities. His main interests include interstate water compacts and state water laws. The collection consists mainly of articles, reports, and legal proceedings, along with correspondence, notes, presentations, and conference materials.
Glen D. Schlueter is a retired stormwater engineer who worked for the City of Fort Collins (Colorado) Stormwater Utility for 28 years. He participated in the Stormwater Utility's response to the July 28, 1997, Spring Creek flood event and its aftermath. The collection contains materials collected by Schlueter related to the flood. Materials include newspaper articles, newsletters, technical documents, reports, phone records of emergency calls, VHS tapes, and a DVD.
Glenn "Kelly" E. Wilson, Jr., was a career Extension agent from 1959 to 1981, predominantly active in the San Juan Basin area of Colorado. Wilson served as the 4-H agent in Weld County from 1959 until 1964, the lead agent in Montezuma County until 1966, and the Extension development specialist for southwest Colorado until his retirement in 1981. The collection includes correspondence, paperwork from professional affiliations, and subject files from extension projects.
Gregory Bueche was head of the department of music at Colorado State University from 1937 to 1968. He was a noted music educator and composer. His collection consists of compositions, exams and tests, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and biographical information. Four recordings of performances are also included in the collection.
The collection includes memorabilia, publications, reports, and workbooks related to the 4-H project work of Harold Rehm.
Harvey R. Solberg served as president of the Colorado Farmers Union from 1940-1962. During his tenure, the organization changed its name to the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union in 1943. These documents include printed materials and publications gathered by Solberg during his service with the North Dakota Farmers Union and in the North Dakota legislature, as well as his reference library and personal correspondence, news clippings, subject files, photographs, and memorabilia.
Herbert A. Black (1875-1971) was a graduate of the Colorado Agricultural College in 1895. The collection includes family photographs, his CAC diploma, a newspaper, and drafting tools.
Holmes Rolston, III, is University Distinguished Professor and Professor of Philosophy, Emeritus at Colorado State University. He is credited for establishing the field of environmental ethics. The collection consists of copies of his publications, transcripts of lectures he has given, publications by others, honoraries, and articles about Rolston. Videotapes, DVDs, and links to online materials are also included.