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Photographs.

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 151 Collections and/or Records:

Papers of Hamlet J. "Chips" Barry, III

 Collection
Identifier: WHJB
Abstract Hamlet J. "Chips" Barry, III, served as the manager of Denver Water for nearly twenty years. The documentation of Barry's employment with the Micronesian Legal Services Corporation, the Colorado Department of Natural Resources, law firm Calkins, Kramer, Grimshaw and Harring, and Denver Water is representative but not comprehensive. A 30-year span of his calendars gives a sense of his daily appointments and activities. Additionally, files of his speeches and writings on typical subjects such...
Dates: 1951-2011; Majority of material found within 1973-2010

Papers of Harry Rosenberg

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Identifier: UHAR
Abstract Dr. Harry Rosenberg (1923-2010) was a professor of history at Colorado State University from 1959 until his retirement in 2004. During his tenure he served as chairman of the newly developed Department of History from 1965 to 1975. In addition, Rosenberg served on the Faculty Council for forty years, including two terms as chairman. Rosenberg also contributed to the creation of the annual campus lecture series of the American West Program. Rosenberg's scholarship centered on classical and...
Dates: 1944-2011; 1969-1987

Papers of Harvey Johnson

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Identifier: WHGJ
Abstract Having spent over 45 years of his life as a farmer in Fort Collins, Colorado, Harvey Johnson (1895-1991) understood the value of water. He served on numerous water boards, most significantly the Water Supply and Storage Company Board, of which he became a member in 1936 and served for 54 years. He was asked to serve on the Fort Collins City Council and served two terms as mayor in the 1960s. Johnson was instrumental in preparing the city to store water for future growth. This collection...
Dates: 1907-1989; Majority of material found within 1970-1989

Papers of Ivan D. Wood

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Identifier: WIDW
Abstract Ivan Daley Wood (1888-1978) was a distinguished agricultural engineer whose work focused on the many aspects of irrigation, including soil, water application, and conservation. He was employed in both state and federal capacities for over forty years, and held an industry position for another nine years. The collection documents irrigation practices and projects, particularly in the western United States, through the work and writings of Wood and his colleagues, as well as Wood's personal...
Dates: 1907-1973; Majority of material found within 1940-1970

Papers of Jack E. Cermak

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Identifier: UCER
Abstract Dr. Jack E. Cermak (1992-2012) was an authority in wind engineering. His groundbreaking research lead to the development of unique wind-tunnel facilities capable of simulating motion in the atmospheric boundary layer. Among his projects, he led important studies of wind impacts on San Francisco's Candlestick Park, the Sears Tower (now called the Willis Tower) in Chicago, and New York City's World Trade Center. Reel-to-reel films, research files and reports, publications, and university...
Dates: 1948, 1950s-1982; Majority of material found within 1964-1979

Papers of James F. Ruff

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Identifier: WRUF
Abstract

Jim Ruff (b. 1937) had a long career as a civil engineering professor at Colorado State University and as a consultant with a focus on hydraulic engineering. The collection documents Dr. Ruff's teaching, research, consulting work, and publications. The collection includes reports, articles, letters, drawings, maps, newspaper clippings, reference materials, data, slides, photographs, videotapes, and computer media.

Dates: 1928-2015; Majority of material found within 1964-1997

Papers of James L. Ogilvie

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Identifier: WJLO
Abstract

James L. Ogilvie (1911-1995) had a long and fruitful career with the United States Bureau of Reclamation in the field of irrigation and water management. He worked successfully on the Colorado-Big Thompson Project and was the Project Manager for the Fryingpan-Arkansas Project in southeast Colorado. The collection contains professional files related to Ogilvie's career as well as desk diaries, which serve as a guide to his daily activities, and photographs.

Dates: 1889-1992; Majority of material found within 1955-1980

Papers of James R. Meiman

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Identifier: WJRM
Abstract James R. Meiman (b. 1933) is Professor Emeritus of Earth Resources (Watershed Science) at Colorado State University. After earning his Ph.D. in Watershed Science from CSU in 1962, Dr. Meiman led CSU's snow hydrology program and later became the Dean of the Graduate School (1975-1981) and Director of the Office of International Programs (1975-1991). Meiman also collaborated with multiple federal agencies, such as the U.S. Forest Service, on snow hydrology studies, and he developed and worked...
Dates: 1951-2012

Papers of James R. Miller

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Identifier: UJRM
Abstract James R. Miller (1891-1978) was appointed Secretary to the State Board of Agriculture in 1939 and served Colorado State University in that capacity for eighteen years. During his more than twenty year affiliation with the school, Miller became an amateur historian of the University. Materials in the collection predate and postdate Miller due to his research activities and legacy inventories of the collection. This collection includes some of the oldest known documents of Colorado State...
Dates: 1846-1993; Majority of material found within 1877-1883

Papers of Jim Svedman

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Identifier: ASFF
Abstract Martin Svedman was the first of the Svedman family to farm in Colorado. He arrived in Colorado in 1880, and in 1883 homesteaded land near what would become Windsor, Colorado. Over the years, he devoted portions of his land to both crops and livestock. His son Clarence Martin Svedman, born in 1906, took over management of the Svedman lands following his father's death in 1923. Clarence Svedman and his son Clarence James (Jim) Svedman, worked the land jointly until the elder Svedman's death in...
Dates: 1898-2000; Majority of material found within 1950s-1970s

Papers of John Clark Pratt

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Identifier: UJCP
Abstract John Clark Pratt (1932-2017) was a professor and department head of English at Colorado State University. He served in Vietnam as a combat pilot and was part of the English faculty at the Air Force Academy. Pratt is considered the leading scholar on the subject of literature and the Vietnam War and was instrumental in creating the Vietnam War Literature Collection at Morgan Library at Colorado State University. The collection consists of materials relating to Vietnam and Ernest Hemingway and...
Dates: 1942-2010, 2017; Majority of material found within 1984-2001

Papers of Joseph R. Miller

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Identifier: AJRM
Abstract Joseph Ray (Joe) Miller served in nearly a dozen national parks throughout the United States (including Mammoth Cave, Grand Teton, Canyonlands, Yellowstone, Kennesaw, and Grand Canyon) during his forty-year career with the National Park Service (NPS). Collection documentation of Joe Miller's work with the NPS is representative but not comprehensive; his desk notes, working papers, photographs, and artifacts provide a glimpse into his daily activities. Publications such as park brochures,...
Dates: 1930-2009; Majority of material found in 1960-1990

Papers of Kenneth W. Rock

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Identifier: UKWR
Abstract The Papers of Kenneth W. Rock focus on the history of the migration of Germans from Russia to Colorado, course work related to Vienna, and references countries that he traveled and taught study abroad programs. Kenneth W. Rock is Professor Emeritus of History at Colorado State University. His research and teaching focused on the Habsburg Empire, Central and Eastern Europe, European Biography, and the Germans from Russia Immigration experience. He taught undergraduate European history courses...
Dates: 1870-2015; Majority of material found within 1974-2005

Papers of Leslie L. Gibbons

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Identifier: ULLG
Abstract

Leslie L. Gibbons (1907-1981) was an alumnus, professor, and head of the Department of Industrial Arts at Colorado State University. The collection includes photographs and class lists of courses taught by Gibbons.

Dates: 1949-2007; Majority of material found within 1949-1968

Papers of Llewellyn Alexander Moorhouse

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Identifier: ULAM
Abstract

Llewellyn A. Moorhouse was an agricultural economist and was the head of the department of economics and sociology at Colorado Agricultural College from 1922-1944. The collection includes journals, farm data, photograph albums, and photo negatives.

Dates: 1902-1957; Majority of material found in 1922-1943

Papers of Margaret A. Johnston

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Identifier: AMAJ
Abstract

Margaret A. Johnston worked in a variety of roles (including interpretation, law enforcement, and as a superintendent) for the National Park Service (NPS) from 1974 until her 2007 retirement. Her work broke many barriers for females in the Park Service. The bulk of the collection consists of items highlighting Johnston's NPS career. Additional materials include Johnston's personal writings, a biography written by her husband, and memorabilia.

Dates: 1970-2009

Papers of Margaret Prendergast McLean

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Identifier: UMPM
Abstract Margaret Prendergast McLean (1878-1961) graduated from Colorado State University in 1899 with a Bachelor of Science degree. She went on to become a well-known author on the subject of speech and taught at many prestigious drama schools across the United States. In 1945, Colorado State University named her an Honor Alumnus and bestowed an honorary doctorate on her. Photographs of her college classmates comprise the bulk of the collection. Photographs of other individuals, one postcard, and a...
Dates: c. 1895-1918

Papers of Marvin E. Jensen

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Identifier: WMEJ
Abstract A significant contributor to the development of improved methods in estimating irrigation water requirements, Marvin E. Jensen has had a diverse career in civil engineering. This collection documents Jensen's consulting and writings with special emphasis on two consulting projects in which Jensen evaluated water distribution and usage along the lower Colorado River. Materials include data, correspondence, handwritten notes, news clippings, photographs and negatives, drafts, reports, and...
Dates: 1957-2011; Majority of material found within 1985-2004

Papers of Mary Alice Lindblad

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Identifier: AMLT
Abstract Mary Alice Lindblad, teacher, author and resident of rural Severance, Colorado, was born on April 21, 1921. She is the author of two local histories: A Walk Through Windsor, 1940-1980 and Tales of Tailholt: The Story of Severance (1985). The collection consists of papers and audio-visual materials (1913-1985) used in writing her Tales of Tailholt. Included is biographical information of...
Dates: 1913-1985

Papers of Maurice L. Albertson

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Identifier: WMLA
Abstract Maurice Albertson (1918-2009) was a hydraulic engineering expert who helped Colorado State University (CSU) gain international recognition in a variety of research fields, including water resources management. Best known for his central role in establishing the Peace Corps, Albertson was a CSU professor and administrator instrumental in expanding the university's water resources research program. The collection includes teaching materials; publications; records of professional and consulting...
Dates: 1891-2009; Majority of material found within 1940-2000