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Photographs.

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 151 Collections and/or Records:

Peace Corps Collection

 Collection
Identifier: UPCC
Abstract Colorado State University became involved with the early development of the Peace Corps through the work of Maurice L. Albertson and the successful 1960 proposal on behalf of CSURF (Colorado State University Research Foundation) to the ICA (International Cooperation Agency) to investigate the possibility of establishing a "youth corps" that would become the Peace Corps. Colorado State University soon began training Peace Corps volunteers for work in Pakistan and other parts of the world....
Dates: 1959-2011; Majority of material found within 1981-1986

Photographs of Alton Sanderson

 Collection
Identifier: UPAS
Abstract

Alton Sanderson was an alumni of Colorado Agricultural College, studying forestry. The collection contains photographs of forestry students in 1923 working at Pingree Park, now the Colorado State University Mountain Campus.

Dates: 1923

Photographs of Antoine Jacob

 Collection
Identifier: UJAC
Abstract

The collection contains photographs belonging to Antoine Jacob, member of the Class of 1901 of the Colorado Agricultural College (now Colorado State University). Photographs are of the Class of 1901, the San Juan Club, the Class of 1899, and the Class of 1902.

Dates: 1897-1900

Photographs of the Arkansas Valley Sugar Beet and Irrigated Land Company

 Collection
Identifier: WAVS
Abstract The Arkansas Valley Sugar Beet and Irrigated Land Company combined eastern wealth, optimism, and engineering skill to irrigate Colorado's arid southeastern plains. Beyond initial attempts at growing and processing sugar beets, the company established the Amity Canal Model Dairy Farm about 1914. The collection consists chiefly of photographic materials along with a set of engineering letters. Photographic subjects are mainly the company's irrigation facilities and related construction or...
Dates: 1898-1925; Majority of material found within 1902-1920

Photographs of the Natural Resources Conservation Service, Colorado Snow Survey Program

 Collection
Identifier: WCSS
Abstract

In 1935, Congress passed legislation funding a federal Snow Survey Program after a severe drought in the western United States. The purpose of the Natural Resources Conservation Service's Snow Survey Program is to provide mountain snowpack data and water supply forecasts for the western United States. The collection includes images of snow survey sites and equipment, agency employees, and public outreach events. Materials include slides, photographs,and film reels.

Dates: 1951-1996; Majority of material found within 1964-1991

Pingree Park History Collection

 Collection
Identifier: UPPC
Abstract Since 1912, Colorado State University has used Pingree Park (now CSU Mountain Campus), located in the Pingree Valley in the Mummy Range, for field research and training, especially by CSU's Forestry Department. This collection contains the materials collected by Linda Wardlow in 1995 and used to write a history of the campus. Materials include Wardlow's final paper, transcripts of oral histories by homesteaders and campus staff, land records and State Board of Agriculture meeting minutes,...
Dates: 1994-1997; Majority of material found in 1994-1995

Ralph L. Parshall Collection

 Collection
Identifier: WRLP
Abstract Ralph Parshall contributed significantly to the field of irrigation engineering with the development of a flow-measuring device that became commonly known as the Parshall flume and continues to be widely used. Materials in the collection include Parshall's patent on his "Venturi flume water stage recording instruments," awards that Parshall received, publications, copies of talks he presented on KOA radio in Denver, and a number of lantern slides depicting flumes, weirs, plans, and various...
Dates: 1888-1992; Majority of material found within 1921-1961

Records of Asian Institute of Technology

 Collection
Identifier: UAIT
Abstract The Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), a postgraduate institution in Thailand, was founded in 1959 as the SEATO Graduate School of Engineering at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok. Originally sponsored by the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO) and funded by a USAID contract administered by Dr. Maurice L. Albertson at Colorado State University, the school moved to its present location and changed its name to the Asian Institute of Technology in 1967. The collection, assmebled by...
Dates: 1959-1975

Records of Black/African American Culture Center

 Collection
Identifier: UBCC
Abstract

The Records of Black/African American Culture Center relate to the African American college experience, inclusion in higher education, diversity, as well as related services, activities, celebrations, relevant individuals and news. Materials include audio and video magnetic tapes, digital media (DVDs and CD-Rs with audio, video, images, etc.), photographic prints, correspondence, press releases, newsletters, newspapers and clippings.

Dates: 1982-2012 and undated; Majority of material found in 1992-2012

Records of Colorado Cooperative Extension

 Collection
Identifier: AEXT
Abstract For nearly a century, the Colorado Cooperative Extension has served as the agricultural and home management outreach arm of Colorado State University, a land-grant institution, by bringing the results of university research to rural populations. The organization has its roots in early farmers' institutes conducted off-campus starting in 1879. The passage of the Smith-Lever Act in 1914 officially established Extension as a cooperative effort between the USDA, land-grant institutions, and...
Dates: 1906-2000; Majority of material found within 1916-1998

Records of El Centro

 Collection
Identifier: UELC
Abstract With roots in the 1968 founding of Project GO, El Centro, established in 1979 as El Centro/Chicano Student Services, provides support for the Latinx community at Colorado State University and Fort Collins. They support personal, social, cultural, and academic needs to empower students, and they offer a place for discovering heritage, traditions, cultural awareness, and a diverse educational experience. The collection consists of newsletters, memos, fliers, photographs, posters, a plaque, and...
Dates: 1921-2017; Majority of material found in 1980-2014

Records of Fiberarts Magazine

 Collection
Identifier: MFAM
Abstract

The collection contains the records of Fiberarts Magazine, the leading textile-art magazine for over 30 years with subscribers across the United State, Canada, Europe, Australia, and Asia. Materials include correspondence with artists, writers, and gallery owners; audiovisual materials including photographs, transparencies, negatives, 35 mm slides; and production files on the publication of the magazine.

Dates: 1970-2001; Majority of material found within 1976-1993

Records of Friends of the Poudre

 Collection
Identifier: WFOP
Abstract Friends of the Poudre, like its predecessor Preserve Our Poudre, is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the Cache la Poudre River and prevention of large dam projects in Poudre Canyon. Preserve Our Poudre (1980-1986) generated local support for designating the upper portion of the Poudre a Wild and Scenic River. Friends of the Poudre formed in 1986 to oppose the Grey Mountain Reservoir project and enhance the Poudre River's recreational, historic, and educational...
Dates: 1965-2003; Majority of material found within 1980-1986

Records of GASP

 Collection
Identifier: WGAS
Abstract The Groundwater Appropriators of the South Platte River Basin, Inc. (GASP) was a non-profit well-augmentation company, the first organization of its kind in Colorado. Founded in 1972, its purpose was to offset depletions to the South Platte River caused by pumping of the South Platte valley-fill aquifer. At its peak, GASP served more than 3,000 wells in northeastern Colorado. As state regulation of this activity was modified, the company ceased operations in 2003 and sold the last of its...
Dates: 1912-2007; Majority of material found within 1970-2007

Records of Pi Omega Pi

 Collection
Identifier: UPOP
Abstract Pi Omega Pi is the National Business Education Teacher Honor Society, which has the purpose of promoting scholarship and service in the area of business education and was founded in 1923. Colorado State University, Pi Omega Pi, Delta Tau Chapter was initiated May 21, 1961, as a fraternity. The last documented active members were three females ending in 1973. The Records of Pi Omega Pi collection contain a charter, bylaws, directories, chapter yearbooks, meeting minutes, publications,...
Dates: 1959-1974; Majority of material found within 1961-1971

Records of Project Promise

 Collection
Identifier: UPPR
Abstract Project Promise (Professionals with a Mission in Education) was an accelerated post-bachelor's degree secondary teacher licensure program offered from 1989-2007 by Colorado State University's School of Education. The collection documents the history of the program. Materials include administrative files, program curriculum, subject files, placement information for schools at which Project Promise...
Dates: 1988-2007; Majority of material found in 1989-2007

Records of the Administrative Management Society

 Collection
Identifier: UAMS
Abstract

The Records of the Administrative Management Society contains materials from the Colorado State University chapter, its senior chapter in Denver, and the national Administrative Management Society (AMS) organization. Materials include the chapter charter and constitution, financial records, membership materials, correspondence between the three branches, scrapbooks, photographs, slides, and ephemera.

Dates: 1972-1989

Records of the Alpha Chi Omega Sorority

 Collection
Identifier: UACO
Abstract Alpha Chi Omega, founded on October 15, 1885, at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, is a social sorority dedicated to advancing "the intellectual, social and moral culture" of its members. Delta Upsilon chapter of Alpha Chi Omega was initiated at Colorado State University on October 15, 1965, as the 101st national chapter. The collection documents some of the social activities of the chapter and consists primarily of digital images of composites and scrapbooks, though other...
Dates: 1966-1999; Majority of material found in 1982-1999

Records of the American Public Works Association, Colorado Chapter

 Collection
Identifier: WAPW
Abstract The American Public Works Association is an international educational and professional association that provides goods and services related to public works. The organization was created in 1937 by a merger of the American Society of Municipal Engineers, the International Association of Street Sanitation Officials, and the International Association of Public Works Office. The collection pertains mainly to activities of the association's Colorado Chapter, founded in 1962. Materials consist of...
Dates: 1864-1988; Majority of material found within 1973-1985

Records of the American Water Foundation

 Collection
Identifier: WAWF
Abstract The American Water Foundation, formed in 1984 as an affiliate of the U.S. Committee on Irrigation and Drainage, existed for a decade as a Denver-based non-profit organization focused on transferring water resources technology to other countries. It worked to advance technology transfer through training programs, primarily by holding seminars, workshops, and study tours in the U.S. for personnel from other countries. Subjects of training programs included dam safety, canal lining, irrigation...
Dates: 1982-1993