Archives in the News
Whitney Bryen, "CU Archivist to Present on Iraqi Wartime Documents: University's Digital Archives include Iraqi ecret Police Files", Boulder Daily Camera, February 16, 2012, 3B.
Bruce P. Montgomery, Professor and Faculty Director of Archives and Special Materials at CU, will present at a round-table discussion, "Archives in Wartime: From World War II to the Invasion of Iraq" at the Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars in Washington, DC, on February 24, 2012.
by Bruce Montgomary
The Congressional Reforms Archive
by Bruce Montgomery
In one of the Archives many collaborative efforts, we are currently working with Political Science Professor Scott Adler to develop a new project, The Congressional Reforms Archive. The goal of the collection is to put together the papers and documents of individuals who have been closely involved with reform efforts on Capitol Hill and make them available for researchers working on institution change in Congress. We are mainly focused on congressional staffers, policy advocates, think tank analysts, and the like.
So far we have received papers of two key congressional staffers, and we are close to having a commitment from other noted policy analysts at the Congressional Research Service. In addition, we are currently working with Congressional Quarterly (CQ) in Washington to digitize portions of the collection and link important documents with CQ coverage of historical periods of reform.
CU Archives hold intrigue and important materials for scholars
by Annie Scott, sophomore, Psychology
Seeking the Truth About a UCB Inscription
by William Weber, University Museum, CU-Boulder
CU presidents had offices in Old Main, Macky, Regent
by David Hays
The University of Colorado president operated from his residence in Old Main on the Boulder campus and later from the President's House (now Koenig Alumni Center) until 1913, when the president's office was moved to Macky Auditorium. The office remained in Macky from 1913 to 1964, when it was moved into the newly constructed Regent Administrative Center. By the early 1960s, the University administration had grown far beyond the small offices in Macky. [Archivist David Hays worked on the System Administration Papers for eight years and processed the Presidents Office Papers, 1913-1991. The Archives holds the Presidents Office Papers, 1913-2000.]
Their Records, Our History
by Bruce P. Montgomery
When Allen Weinstein took the oath of office as the ninth archivist of the United States last month, he seemed to allude to the controversy that preceded his appointment and to hint -- perhaps unintentionally -- at the impossible position that any chief archivist now faces. [Curator Bruce Montgomery researches and writes on Federal Administration papers, the Presidential Records Act, and government secrecy.]
Yellowstone Park Drawings Preserved By CU-Boulder Students During
10-Week Summer Project
Historically significant 100-year-old architectural drawings of landmark buildings in Yellowstone National Park were preserved this summer by four University of Colorado at Boulder undergraduates. [The Archives and the National Park Service were partners in the 2-year, $60,000 grant-funded project to send teams of Archives students to Yellowstone National Park, 2004-2005.]
Ceremony, Plaque To Honor CU-Boulder's WWII Navy Language School
A plaque honoring the U.S. Navy's Japanese/Oriental Language School, located at the University of Colorado at Boulder during World War II, will be unveiled on Veteran's Day at the campus' University Memorial Center.
Professor Emeritus Edward Louis Rose of sociology at CU-Boulder
died on June 8, 2002. He was 93.
A festschrift gathering in his honor will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Sept. 21 in the British Studies Room, on the fifth floor of Norlin Library on the CU-Boulder campus.
[The Archives holds the Edward L. Rose Papers.]
Colorado Japanese Language School Graduates Recount War Experiences
At CU-Boulder June 8, 2002
A roundtable discussion on the experiences of graduates and teachers of the Boulder Japanese Language School during World War II and afterward will be held at the University of Colorado at Boulder on June 8 from 10 a.m. to noon at Old Main Chapel.
CU-Boulder Hosts 60th Reunion Of U.S. Navy Japanese/Oriental Language
School June 7, 2002
Alumni of the U.S. Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School will reunite at the University of Colorado at Boulder 60 years to the month after the Japanese Language School was moved to Boulder in 1942. [The Archives began its US Navy Japanese/Oriental Language School Archival Project in 2000, sponsoring a 60th anniversary reunion, dedicating a plaque, and developing collections.]
Please note: The Human Rights Collection -- including Amnesty International and Soviet Jewry -- is no longer a part of the University Libraries Collection.
CU Acquires World of Insight: Nadia White, Gift
Confirms Norlin as Destination for the Study of Global Abuses
CU to Record Emigration of Soviet Jews
CU Unveils Jewry Archival Project
Brown donates papers, gets award
Schroeder Papers to provide revealing look at bygone era
Schroeder presents papers: documents spanning 24 years given to CU Archives
Papers donated to CU
CU libraries to accept Schroeder's archives: representative's files hold a quarter-century of political documents
CU to get Schroeder archives
CU archives to video Soviet Jewry activists: International Soviet Jewry Video Interview Project