UCB Libraries


Recent Acquisitions

Selected collections received in Archives


  • 2000-

  • 2006

  • 2007

  • 2008

  • 2009

  • 2010

  • 2011

  • 2012

  • 2013

  • 2014

  • 2015

The Plutonium Files Collection
The research files used by Eileen Welsome for her Pulitzer Prize winning book, The Plutonium Files.
Received: May 2000.


Blair, Frank A.
The papers of Frank A Blair, 2nd accession, Colorado land owner, irrigation specialist, and former Army officer.
Received: June 2000.


Rodeck, Hugo
Papers of Hugo Rodeck, Professor of Biology (1928-1971) and Director of the University Museum (1939-1971) at the University of Colorado.
Received: August 2000.


Levine, Solomon
The academic papers of Solomon Levine, graduate of the WWII US Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School. He spent his career as an economics and Asian studies professor at the University of Wisconsin.
Received: November 2000.


Seidensticker, Edward L.
The diaries of Edward L. Seidensticker, graduate of the WWII US Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School and prominent professor and postwar translator of Japanese literature.
Received: January 2001.


Marr, John W.
The academic papers of John W. Marr, professor of biology, as well as the initiator and long-time director of the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research.
Received February 2001.


Rose, Edward
An addition to the Edward Rose Collection. Rose was a prominent professor of sociology. Received: June and September 2002


Hanson, Robert C.
Papers of Professor Robert C. Hanson of the Sociology Department and Institute of Behavioral Sciences.
Received: July 2002.


Martell, Edward A.
Scientific Papers of Edward Martell, scientist at the National Center of Atmospheric Research and expert on the environmental hazards of Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant.
Received: April 2003.


Levy, Marion
Academic papers of Professor Marion Levy, graduate of the US Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School, long-time director of Asian Studies at Princeton University,
Received: July 2003.


Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center
Addition to the pacifist Boulder activist organization.
Received: June and July 2004.


Cross, Charles T.
Professional papers of Charles cross, graduate of the WWII US Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School, career Foreign Service Officer, diplomat and Asia expert.
Received: August 2004.


Vigil, Ernesto
Organizational papers of Ernesto Vigil, prominent, early activist in the Denver Chicano movement.
Received: August 2004.


Stebbings, James
Professional records of James Stebbings, Sc. D., of Midwest Epidemiology Associates, on medical testing.
Received: November 2004.


Woodbury, Roger
Civil War, Cuba, and Colorado diaries of Roger Woodbury, Denver Pioneer Businessman and early University of Colorado Regent.
Received: February 2005.


Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom
3rd Accession of the Geneva headquarters of WILPF, the almost century-old international women’s peace organization.
Received: August and December 2005.


Colorado Chapter, National Organization of Women
Organizational records of the Colorado chapter of NOW.
Received: September 2005.


Faller, James
Scientific papers of James Faller, JILA fellow, on Lunar Ranging.
Received: November 2005.


Colorado Federation of Women’s Clubs
The organizational papers of the Colorado Federation of Women’s Clubs, of which the Boulder Women’s Club was a member organization.
Received: December 2005 and January 2007

Rocky Flats Coalition of Local Governments
The organizational papers of RFCLG, a coalition of seven member county and municipal governments concerned with the environmental impact of Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant. Received: January 2006.


Environmental Information Network
Records and papers of the EIN, an informational center on Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant and its deactivation and decontamination.
Received: April 2006.


Parker, Harrison
Professional papers of Harrison Parker, graduate of the WWII US Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School, USAID official and career expert on Indonesia.
Received June 2006.


International Association of Limnology
Scientific and organizational papers of the International Association of Limnology, donated by the Center for Limnology, CIRES, at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Received: July 2006.


Ira Current Photograph Collection
Ira B. Current (1910-2009) was an authority on color print theory and technique. He was also University of Colorado alumnus, author and photographer, and photography expert. The collection contains Current’s photographic prints, slides and negatives.
Received: September 2006.


James Stanley Brakhage Collection
The expansive collection not only reflects Brakhage’s development as independent and individual film artist, but also his collective and significant influence upon all arts in the decades of experimentation 1950s to the ongoing moment. Materials include correspondence to and from filmmakers, writers, musicians, fine artists, critical theorists, intellectuals, and major and minor personalities diverse. Commentaries, articles, photographs, performance posters and programs, both collected by and sent to Brakhage, chronicle unfolding milieu. Drafts, manuscripts, and variously acquired objects d’art, further contribute to the comprehensiveness of this unique collection. In addition, Brakhage’s lecturing and academic endeavors, spanning forty years at institutions such as the School of Chicago Arts Institute, Rice University, and University of Colorado at Boulder, are well represented via printed matter, notes, and audio recordings. The Collection also holds a significant portion of Brakhage’s personal library.
Received: September 2006.


Rocky Flats Citizens’ Advisory Board
Organizational papers of the major citizen’s group that advised and watched the close down and environmental clean-up of Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapon’s Plant.
Received: November 2006.

William C. Himmelmann Collection
William C. Himmelman was a prominent Denver labor official and Denver City Councilman. His papers and other material relate to his years as a labor leader and Denver City Councilman.
Received: August 2007.


James Stone Papers
James Stone was appointed chairman of the Rocky Flats Clean-up Commission in 1989. The collection contains all of the original papers that the Clean-up Commission collected, as well as all of Stone’s documents and evidence from his attorney, relating to the cleanup of the Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant.
Received: September 2007.


David L. Jarrett Photograph Collection
David Jarrett specializes in fine art (gallery work), travel and exterior architectural photography. His interest in photography started at the University of Colorado, where he was chief photographer on the Coloradan yearbook for three years. At that time he concentrated on available light candid photography, scenes and architectural images. This collection contains photographs of the University of Colorado in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
Received: November 2007.

Resource Center of the Americas
The Resource Center of the Americas is a non-governmental 501(c)(3) organization, founded in 1983 in response to the wars in Central America and the need to circulate information. Working with the people of Central America, the Resource Center began educating and organizing concerned citizens around another reality, relying on first-hand accounts from El Salvador, Guatemala and Nicaragua, reports from delegations returning from Central America, and news that escaped the mainstream media. In the early 1990s the organization broadened its mission as new challenges began to present themselves in the form of globalization.
Received: in 2008.


Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment Reading Room,
Donated by the Rocky Flats Cold War Museum, the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment Reading Room contains 210 linear feet of publications regarding Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Facility.
Received: October 2008.


Ken Salazar Papers
Ken Salazar served as Senator for the state of Colorado from 2005-2008, before being appointed to Secretary of the Interior by President Barack Obama in 2008.  Senator Salazar’s papers consist of his Senate staff files during the 109th and 110th Congresses, from approximately 2005 to 2008.  The papers mainly deal with defense, energy and natural resources, immigration, health care, finance, and judicial matters.  They also contain correspondence to the Senator, schedule charts, briefings, books, and personnel files from 2005-2009. The papers are closed until 2034, except by donor permission.
Received: April 2008.

Nancy Wertheimer Papers
Professor Nancy Wertheimer was an epidemiologist on the faculty at the University of Colorado from 1957 until at least 1989. Her research focused primarily on the correlation between exposure to magnetic fields and various forms of cancer. The collection contains research materials including correspondence, raw data, maps, etc.
Received: February 2009.


James Zarichny Papers
Life-long Boulder leftist, socialist, labor and political activist, James Zarichny was a member of the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS). He was also a target of McCarthy period anticommunist investigations. His collection contains his military and activist correspondence, records, publications, and photographs.
Received: November 2009.

Jeffrey Limerick Papers
Boulder architect, Jeffery Limerick taught and wrote on architectural matters and headed Jeffrey W.  Limerick Aia Architecture in Boulder, Colorado. It was a private company, established in 1993 and incorporated in Colorado. The collection contains his plans, sketches and drawings.
Received: January 2010.


Martynas F. Ycas Collection
Professor Martynas Ycas was a biochemistry and microbiology professor at Syracuse University who conducted a correspondence with George Gamow, physics professor at the University of Colorado. Both were members of the famous RNA Club. The collection contains their correspondence and photographs regarding RNA research and the club.
Received: May 2010.


Gregory Franta Collection
Gregory Franta was the chief architect at Rocky Mountain Institute and Colorado architect of the year in 1998. He was also known for his work with the Clinton Administration to make the White House more energy efficient. Heading the institute's "Built Environment Team," Franta "has been recognized as an international leader in designing sustainable, high-performance buildings and communities," according the RMI's website. His collection consists of architectural plans, drawings, and sketches.
Received: June 2010.


Western Cine
Western Cine Film Laboratory of Denver, Colorado, for the past 30 years, was extremely active in motion picture film preservation and restoration. 95% of their work was in the area of film preservation, although they had worked minimally with small restoration projects. Their lab has worked with Columbia Pictures (Sony Entertainment), Universal Pictures, the International Museum of Photo at George Eastman House, Southern Methodist University, and the Archives of the City of New York, as well as independent producers and other clients. They worked in both 35mm and 16mm black and white and color, and they handled both nitrate and safety film base on a regular basis. The collection consists of Western Cine’s business records.
Received: August 2010.


James Haug Collection
James Haug, an alumnus of the University of Colorado, was Reference Librarian in the John Wesley Powell Library of Anthropology of the Smithsonian Institution. His collection contains his research materials and files used for his dissertation on Gorilla dentition.
Received: September 2010.


Michael Glantz Collection
Director of the Consortium for Capacity Building, INSTAAR/ University of Colorado,
Michael Glantz’s research relates to African drought; desertification; food production problems and prospects; societal impacts of climate anomalies related to El Niño events; the use of El Niño-related teleconnections to forecast these impacts; developing methods of forecasting possible societal responses to the regional impacts of climate change; and
the use of climate-related information for economic development. Glantz has long been interested in how climate affects society and how society affects climate, especially in how the interaction between climate anomalies and human activities affect quality of life issues. The collection contains his research material, professional correspondence, and publications.
Received: September 2010.

CU Cyclotron Files
The Cyclotron building was initially built with Colorado state funds in 1957, matched with an Atomic Energy Commission grant to build the cyclotron in 1958. Later to be called the Nuclear Physics Laboratory, Science Learning Laboratory, in 1960 it was the first such device between St. Louis and the West Coast. In 1962, the cyclotron produced a beam of hydrogen nuclei. The cyclotron's 85 ton magnet accelerated particles of hydrogen, carbon and other matter and hurled them against the nucleus of atoms to smash them. Physicists were exploring the means and manner in which atoms could be smashed. The machine also produced radioactive materials for other research. Research was funded by AEC and NSF grants, employed CU physics faculty. The collection includes their entire office files.
Received: June 2011.


Elias George Theros Collection
Dr. Elias Theros, prominent radiologist, Navy doctor, was a graduate of the WWII US Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School, located at CU from 1942-1946. These are his WWII papers, records, and publications.
Received: July 2011.


Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi  Papers
This collection highlights the activities and interdisciplinary knowledge of the founder of the Jewish Renewal Movement. This collection (created ca. 1945-2005) includes: 5,000 manuscript pages, 500 audio cassettes, 500 photographs, 50 VHS tapes, and 25 posters and advertisements covering subjects as diverse as Jewish mysticism, Hasidism, spiritual eldering, interreligious dialogue, psychology of religion and paradigm shift.
Received: August 2011.


K. D. Timmerhaus Papers
Dr. Klaus D. Timmerhaus was a member of the CU chemical engineering faculty from 1953 until the 1980s. He became associate dean of engineering for research and graduate programs in  1963.  Dr. Timmerhaus Received: the B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Illinois. Before joining the CU faculty, Dr. Timmerhaus was employed as a process design engineer for the California Research Corporation (now Chevron Research). The collection consists of Professor Timmerhaus’s academic and professional papers.
Received: September 2011.


Rabbi Leah Novick Papers
Rabbi Leah Novick is a spiritual teacher and counselor whose work focuses on the Divine Feminine and Kabbalah teachings. Materials document her work since her ordination in 1987 and her contributions to the Jewish Renewal Movement (Aleph Alliance).
Received: October 2011.


Holy Beggar’s Gazette
Former editor of Holy Beggar’s Gazette, Steven Maimes, donated a complete set of this journal published in San Francisco between 1972 and 1977. A publication of the House of Love and Prayer founded by Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach in San Francisco 25 years ago featuring Hassidic Jewish wisdom expressed in stories.
Received: October 2011.


Ann Roy Papers
Ann Roy, American artist, activist, poet, feminist and student of liberation theology who lived in Mexico from 1958 until her death in 2006.  She founded a women's textile cooperative in Marfil, Guanajuato, and taught at Ivan Illich's CIDOC (Centro Internacional de Documentacion) in Cuernavaca where she was the first to give a course in Mexico on Women in Mexico. She also collected images of women in Mexico and created a slide show called "What the Devil Happened to the Goddess?" She translated into English a book about the Sandinista revolution in Nicaragua (Los Tambores de Monimbo by Cesar Arias), and continued to gather and translate testimonies from Nicaragua and the Zapatistas under the nom de plume of Fair Witness.
Received: November 2011


Dr. Rudi Nussbaum Collection
Dr. Rudi Nussbaum was an avowed pacifist and Holocaust survivor and an expert on the health effects of radiation exposure. His research and activism as a Professor Emeritus of Physics and Environmental Science at Portland State University was instrumental in bringing attention to the health effects of radiation exposure.  He composed numerous papers on Hanford’s health hazards and participated in gathering valuable information on workers and civilians who were exposed to radiation both at Hanford and in surrounding communities. The collection contains his research and papers regarding the health problems posed by the Hanford site.
Received: November 2011.

David Hull Holmes Collection
David Hull Holmes (1874-1967) was a Colorado and Arizona architect. The collection contains Holmes’ architectural drawings of Tucson, San Diego, Denver, and Boulder.
Received: April 2012


Gary R. Graf Photograph Collection
Gary Graf was a Colorado photographer of approximately forty years’ experience, both commercial, fine art and landscape.Included are black and white images of Utah and Wyoming. Photography also documents the ruins and abandoned buildings of the central Platte Valley of lower Downtown Denver, now Coors Field and Elitch’s Gardens.
Received: May 2012


Roger V. Dingman Papers
Roger V. Dingman, professor of history at the University of Southern California, spent his academic career examining intelligence and diplomatic activities between America and Japan in the 20th century. The collection includes researchfiles, interviews and other information regarding his books on US/Japan diplomacy and intelligence, World War II in the Pacific, the USN Japanese/Oriental Language School, as well as some family papers.  He wrote Deciphering the Rising Sun on the University of Colorado’s WWII era US Navy Japanese Language School.
Received: August 2012


Global Response Collection
Global Response is an environmental non-governmental organization which enlists community volunteers to protect the environment by creating partnerships for effective citizen action. At the request of indigenous peoples and grassroots organizations, Global Response organizes international letter-writing campaigns to help local communities prevent many kinds of environmental destruction. The collection consists of the organizational records, documents, and reports of Global Response.
Received: August 2012


George W. Ziegler Collection
George Ziegler was a graduate of the World War II era US Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School. The collection consists of photographs and records relating to George Ziegler’s attendance at the US Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School and service in World War II.
Received: September 2012


Henry W. Allen Collection
Henry W. Allen was a graduate of the World War II era US Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School. The collection consists of photographs and records relating to Henry Allen’s attendance at the US Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School and service in World War II.
Received: September 2012


Ward Hussey Collection
Ward Hussey was a graduate of the World War II era US Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School. The collection consists of photographs and records relating to Ward Hussey’s attendance at the US Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School and service in World War II.
Received: September 2012


Joseph & Miye Sano Collection
Joseph Sano was a Sensei at the US Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School and later became a book printer in Boulder. The collection consists of books in English and Japanese, as well as materials related to Joseph Sano and his wife Miye’s life in Boulder.
Received: September 2012


Delphian Society Collection
The Delphian Society is a women’s educational promotional association. The collection contains ledgers from the Golden, Colorado Chapter for the 1930s.
Received: October 2012


George Nace Papers
George W. Nace (1920-1987) was an innovative developmental biologist at Duke University and the University of Michigan. The son of a missionary, he spent much of his childhood in Japan where he became fluent in Japanese. During WWII, Nace used his talents in the Japanese language and received a certificate from the US Navy Japanese Language School in at the University of Colorado in 1943. He served as a translator during World War II and worked closely throughout his career with scientists in Japan. The collection contains his research notes, publications academic, personal, and military correspondence, photographs and records relating to George W. Nace’s academic career and his attendance at the US Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School and service in World War II. 
Received: November 2012

Robert Schwantes Collection
Robert S. Schwantes (1922-2012) attended the US Navy Japanese Language School in Boulder, CO and then served in the Navy in Australia, the Philippines, and Japan during World War II. After he received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1950, he worked for The Asia Foundation in San Francisco and Japan from 1954 through 1988, meeting and working with people from many Asian countries on programs to foster educational, cultural, and economic development. The collection consists of photographs, research files, records and books relating to Robert Schwantes’ attendance at the US Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School, service in World War II, and as a Japan expert and member of the Asia Foundation.
Received: March 2013


Mariagnes Aya Medrud Collection
Mariagnes Aya Medrud, a former Boulder Valley School District teacher who spent her early years in a World War II Japanese internment camp, spent her life in community service working to integrate multicultural youth into the community. She served on the Multi-Ethnic Action Committee of the school district and, after retirement, served as co-director of the Rosa Minoka-Hill Fund, which provides scholarships for Native Americans students to attend preparatory schools. She has served on several boards and commissions with the city of Boulder, as well as spending decades teaching art and working on the Pine Ridge Reservation. In 2013, she received an honorary doctorate from the University of Colorado.  The Medrud Collection consists of correspondence, personal papers, photographs and documents relating to Japanese Internment and World War II, at Mindoka and Hunt, Idaho, the Boulder Asian Pacific Alliance, the American Friends Service Committee and the Japanese American Citizens League. 
Received: April 2013


C.B. Scott Jones Collection
Dr. Jones is is founder and president of the Peace and Emergency Action Coalition for Earth.  The principal function of P.E.A.C.E. is to oversee the development of the global Center for Sustainable Peace and Development system.   Previous to this he was co-founder and president of the Human Potential Foundation.  This was established in 1989, and conducted research into all conditions of humankind. Prior to this position he was Special Assistant to Senator Claiborne Pell from January 1985 until March 1991.  Retiring as a Commander in the U.S. Navy, approximately half of his thirty-year naval career was spent in intelligence service overseas and in the United States.  In post-navy careers he has taught at the university level and worked in the private sector research and development community involved in U.S. government sponsored projects for the Defense Nuclear Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency, U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command, and other organizations. The C. B. Scott Jones Collection consists of correspondence, personal papers, documents and reports of Scott Jones, career US Navy officer, Special Assistant to Senator Claiborne Pell, and founder and president of P.E.A.C.E. Inc.
Received: June 2013


Marjorie McIntosh Collection
Marjorie McIntosh, professor of British history at the University of Colorado from 1979-2006, Distinguished professor emerita 2006-, was educated at Radcliffe College and Harvard University. Her work has concerned late Medieval English social history. The collection  contains  research files relating to Professor McIntosh’s work on Medieval English society. Her books include: Poor Relief And Community in Hadleigh, Suffolk, 1547-1600; Poor relief in England, 1350-1600; Yoruba Women, Work, and Social Change; Working Women in English society, 1300-1620; Controlling Misbehavior in England, 1370-1600;  A Community Transformed: The Manor and Liberty of Havering, 1500-1620; Autonomy and Community: The Royal Manor Of Havering, 1200-1500.
Received: September 2013


Euvaldo Valdez Collection
Euvaldo Valdez was a key player in two Latino organizations in Boulder County:  Mexican Americans of Boulder County United (MACBU), which played an important part from 1972 until at least the late 1980s; and the local chapter of League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), which flourished in Boulder beginning around 1973. 
Received: October 2013


John A. Carroll Papers
John A. Carroll (July 30, 1901 – August 31, 1983) was a Democratic United States Representative and United States Senator from Colorado. Born in Denver, he attended the public schools, and during the First World War served in the United States Army (1918–1919). He graduated from Westminster Law School in Denver in 1929, and was admitted to the bar the same year and commenced practice in Denver. In 1933 and 1934, he was assistant United States attorney, and was district attorney of Denver from 1937 to 1941. He was regional attorney for the Office of Price Administration in 1942 and 1943, and served in the Second World War as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army from 1943 to 1945. He resumed the practice of law, and was elected as a Democratic representative to the Eightieth and Eighty-first Congresses (January 3, 1947 to January 3, 1951). The Carroll Papers were transferred from the Archives of Auraria Library in Denver.
Received: December 2013


Conrad McBride Collection
Conrad McBride (1922-2013) was one of the original professors of the Political Science Department at the University of Colorado. An early recipient of the Thomas Jefferson Award, he was best known as an expert on the American presidency. He initially came to Boulder in 1954 to join the Colorado Municipal League, his doctoral dissertation was on the Upper Colorado River Basin Compact. Collection contains hearings, reports and publications related to his research on the impeachment of Richard M. Nixon. Also included are research papers, publications, and articles on natural resources, water, irrigation and water rights.
Received: January 2014


Harry W. Mazal Holocaust Collection
The Harry W. Mazal Holocaust Collection was considered the world's largest privately owned Holocaust archive and the most significant U.S. collection outside of the Holocaust museums in New York and Washington D.C. The archive is the life work of Harry W. Mazal, a retired businessman of San Antonio, Texas. became an internationally recognized Holocaust collector and researcher. Working with numerous volunteers, Mazal dedicated his life to creating a vast repository committed to defending the voices and memories of the victims of the Holocaust around the world by promoting scholarly research related to Holocaust studies, Holocaust denial, anti-Semitism and bigotry. The collection is comprised of more than 20,000 books and 500,000 documents, pamphlets, photographs and other materials, including original transcripts of the Nuremburg trials.
Received: February 2014


Reich Chamber of Culture (ReichsKulturKammer)
ReichsKulturKammer was an institution in Nazi Germany. It was established by law on 22 September 1933 in the course of the Gleichschaltung process at the instigation of Reich Minister Joseph Goebbels as a professional organization of all German creative artists for the de-Judiazation of German culture. Every artist had to apply for membership on presentation of an Aryan certificate. A rejected inscription de facto resulted in a profession ban. The RKK was affiliated with the Ministry of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda with its seat in Berlin. Included are books, notebooks, files, list of Jews, concentration camp lists, handbooks, identity documents and files of the French Military Government (1947) and the Supreme Allied Headquarters of the US Military Government in Germany.
Received: May 2014


Ken Salazar Papers, 2nd Accession
Ken Salazar represented the state of Colorado in the United States Senate, and was later appointed Secretary of the Interior by President Barrack Obama in 2008. Ken Salazar was born in Alamosa, Colorado on March 2, 1955. He received his BA from Colorado College in 1977, and his JD from University of Michigan Law School in 1981. Salazar was scouted out by Colorado Governor Roy Romer, and appointed chief legal counsel in 1986. He was later promoted to Director of the Colorado Department of Natural Resources in 1990. After a hiatus from politics which lasted from 1994 to 1998, he was elected Colorado’s Attorney General. He remained the state’s attorney general until 2005, when he was elected to the United States Senate. He worked as a senator until President Obama appointed him Secretary of the Interior in 2008. In 2013, Salazar returned to private life and began working for the Wilmer Hale Legal Firm. The second accession of the Salazar papers is comprised of 116 boxes, and includes documents from his professional career dating from 1982 to 2008. It also contains the business records from a Denver Dairy Queen Franchise owned and managed by him and his wife Hope Hernandez Salazar, dating from 2001 to 2007. Collection closed until 2025.
Received: May 2014


Fox-Miller Collection
Archival materials that relate to Jewish Settlements in Eastern Europe and Russia regarding a garment workers union an a collection of books on Jewish studies and labor.
Received: June 2014


Staehelin, L. Andrew
L. Andrew Staehelin, faculty member in CU’s Micro-Cellular Developmental Biology Department, donated grant applications, reports to NASA, USDA, HIN and other agencies.
Received: July 2014


Robert Sheeks Collection
The Robert Sheeks Collection contains the papers of Robert Sheeks, who graduated from the US Navy Japanese Language School, which was located at the University of Colorado in Boulder from 1942-1946.  The collection contains materials related to his WWII service.
Received: August 2014


Wendell Furnas Collection
The Wendell Furnas Collection contains the papers of Wendell Furnas, a career Navy Intelligence Officer, who graduated from the US Navy Japanese Language School, which was located at the University of Colorado in Boulder from 1942-1946.  The collection contains materials related to his WWII service.
Received: August-September 2014


Wyn F. Owen Papers
Wyn F. Owen was an economics professor at the University of Colorado and director of the Economics Institute. Professor Owen established and directed the Economics Institute from 1958-1989, which provided summer training in language and economics to foreign students from developing countries. The collection contains correspondence, reports and publications related to his directorship of the Economics Institute in Boulder, Colorado.
Received: October 2014


Albert A. Bartlett Papers, 2nd Accession
Albert A. Bartlett, emeritus professor of the Department of Physics at the University of Colorado at Boulder, has been an active participant in numerous civic and campus organizations. The collection contains personal files and records related to his service as an officer or active member of boards, commissions and committees. An avid historian of the University, Dr. Bartlett kept files on University history and researched the history of the physics department. Also included are kodachrome slides of the University of Colorado's Boulder campus on its 100th birthday, September 5, 1977.
Received: October 2014


Byron Johnson Papers, 2nd Accession               
Byron Lindberg Johnson (1917-2000) was an economist for the Wisconsin State Board of Health (1938-1942) and the Federal government (1942-1947). Johnson served one term each in the Colorado House of Representatives (1955-1956) and the House of Representatives (1959-1961).  He joined the University of Colorado, Denver Campus faculty in 1965. He served on the University of Colorado Board of Regents (1970-1982) and held other public positions throughout his career, most notably the United States Agency for International Development (1961-1964) and the Regional Transit District (Denver, CO 1982-1984).  His papers contain biographical information, faculty and political papers, publications of the Regents and additional material.
Received: December 2014


CU Media Relations and News Services
In 1983, News Services and Public Information Office merged and their names changed to News Media Relations in 1984.  The name changed in 1986 to be Public Relations. In 1994, the Director of the Office of Public Affairs was Pauline Hale.  The name changed from Office of Public Affairs to Institutional Relations in 1998, and the Executive Director was Bobbi Barrow.  In 2000, the change from Institutional Relations to University Communications (currently located on East Campus) occurred.  In 2003, Pauline Hale became the Executive Director again.    In 2007, Michael Warden became the Vice Chancellor for University Communications. The collection consists of news clippings and web information on CU individuals and subjects.
Received: December 2014


Forrest R. Pitts Collection
The Forrest R. Pitts Collection contains the papers of Forrest Pitts, who graduated from the US Navy Japanese Language School, which was located at the University of Colorado in Boulder from 1942-1946.  The collection contains materials related to his WWII service.
Received: December 2014


Mark Udall Papers
Mark Udall was a United States Senator from Colorado from 2009 to 2015. He previously served in the United States House of Representatives, representing Colorado's 2nd congressional district. Prior to being elected to Congress, he represented parts of Boulder, Colorado in the Colorado House of Representatives. A Democrat, he supported legislation for renewable energy, the expansion of national parks, and protection of natural resources. A member of the western American political Udall family, his relatives include former Arizona U.S. Representative Morris "Mo" Udall, Arizona congressman and Secretary of the Interior Stewart Udall, New Mexico's Tom Udall, and Utah's Mike Lee. Udall ran in 2014 for a second term in the U.S. Senate, but was defeated by Republican Cory Gardner. The records include his state, Congressional, and Senate files. Collection closed until 2040.
Received: January 2015


Peter G. Ossorio Papers
Peter G. Ossorio (1926-2007) was a professor of psychology at the University of Colorado from 1961 until his retirement. Professor Ossorio was known for his development of Descriptive psychology, a pragmatic and theory neutral pre-empirical approach to the study of behavior. The collection contains his academic and research files for both the public and private sector. Included are correspondence, studies, manuscripts, publications, and research material.
Received: February 2015


Kenneth Portteus Collection
The Kenneth Portteus Collection contains papers of Knneth Portteus, who graduated from the US Marine Corps Japanese Language School, which was located at Camp Elliott (in Camp Pendleton) from 1942-1946.  The collection contains materials related to his WWII service.
Received: April 2015