Guide to the University Historic Photograph Collection

Prepared by Kate Legg
Colorado State University Archives and Special Collections
Copyright 2011 Colorado State University. All rights reserved.
Finding aid encoded in EAD Version 2002 by Amy Meger 2011
Creator: Colorado State University. Office of Instructional Services
Title: University Historic Photograph Collection
Dates: 1879-2001
Bulk Dates: 1920s-1980s
Quantity: 234.5 linear feet (145 record cartons and 12 file cabinets)
Identification: UHPC
Abstract: The University Historic Photograph Collection is the visual history of Colorado State University from the 1880s to 2001. It documents various aspects of campus life, including academics, athletics, student activities, faculty research, Cooperative Extension, and the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station. Materials dated from the 1880s to the 1950s are processed. Some materials from the 1960s to the 1980s are minimally processed. Later series have not been processed with the exception of Series 20.
Contact Information: Archives and Special Collections
Morgan Library
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado 80523-1019 USA
Phone: 970-491-1844
Fax: 970-491-1195
Email: library_dl_specialcollections@mail.colostate.edu
URL: https://lib.colostate.edu/archives
Restrictions on Access
There are no access restrictions on this collection. However, it is stored offsite, so advance notice is required.
Restrictions on Use
Not all of the material in the collection is in the public domain. Researchers are responsible for addressing copyright issues.
This collection is indexed under the following headings in the Colorado State University Libraries online catalog. Researchers seeking materials about related subjects, persons, organizations, or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Subjects:
  • Colorado State University -- History.
  • Colorado State University -- Buildings.
  • Colorado State University -- Students.
  • Colorado State University -- Sports.
  • Colorado State University -- Employees.
  • Colorado State University -- Faculty.
Organizations:
  • Colorado State University.
  • Fort Lewis College.
Places:
  • Fort Collins (Colo.)
  • Colorado.
Special Document Types:
  • Photographs.
  • Lantern slides.
  • Negatives.
  • Slides (photographs).
The University Historic Photograph Collection consists of photographs taken by the official campus photographers of Colorado State University from the earliest days of the land grant college through the large public university era. Originally known as the Campus Photo Shop, the department has experienced organizational and name changes over the years. For many years, the campus photographers worked in the Office of Instructional Services. During a reorganization in 2006, the OIS was disbanded and the photographers joined Communication and Creative Services. During that move, the historic prints and negatives were donated to the archives department.
The Morrill Act of 1862, granted federal land to states to build colleges that would provide practical and scientific instruction in agriculture and mechanic arts. On February 11, 1870, Colorado's territorial government authorized the founding of Colorado Agricultural College under the provisions of the Morrill Act. In 1877, a governing board for the College was organized, known as the State Board of Agriculture, currently known as the Board of Governors. The first campus building was erected in 1878, and classes began in 1879. Early course offerings focused on agriculture and disciplines that supported agriculture, such as civil and irrigation engineering and entomology. Female students were offered a course of study in domestic science.
The College continued to grow over the years, expanding programs of study and course offerings. The campus also experienced name changes that reflected the widening breadth of academic offerings. In 1935 the school changed its name to the Colorado State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, signaling that other courses of study were available to students than just agriculture. In 1957, the College was renamed again to Colorado State University, indicating its transformation to a full-fledge University with a wide variety of courses and graduate-level educational offerings.
The University Historic Photograph Collection consists of over 400,000 photographic materials dated from the 1879 to 2001. It is the visual history of Colorado State University, documenting academics, student activities and organizations, athletics, the campus and its buildings, faculty research, Cooperative Extension, the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station, and scenes of Fort Collins and the surrounding area. The collection also represents a timeline of the history of photography as it contains glass plate negatives, magic lantern slides, cabinet cards, cyanotypes, silver gelatin prints, acetate negatives, color negatives, 35mm rolled film, 35mm color slides, and even digital images.
The collection is arranged by negative format with a accruals of different formats at the end.
The collection consists of nineteen series in 145 boxes and 12 file cabinets:
Preferred Citation

University Historic Photograph Collection, Colorado State University Archive, Colorado State University.

Acquisition

The University Historic Photograph Collection was transferred from the Office of Instructional Services, now Communication and Creative Services, to the Archives in summer 2006. In December 2018, CSU photographer Bill Cotton donated an accrual of more recent images.

Appraisal

The Coordinator of Archives and Special Collections met with Communication and Creative Services staff in December 2005 to survey the collection. Further appraisal was carried out by the project archivist. No items were discarded from the oldest series. Duplicates from Series 15, Safety negatives and prints: 1908-1953 and undated were discarded by the project archivist.

Processing

The photographic materials, both prints and negatives, were arranged by a consecutive numbering system original to the collection that is roughly organized by date. Duplicate numbers were used, and often duplicates indicate a different pose of the same subject, but can also refer to very different subjects. The original point of access to most of the images (and those covered in this finding aid) was a system of 8x10" subject index cards organized broadly by subject, and housed in a dozen 4-drawer file cabinets. These cards included a print of the negative, caption, date, subject headings, and negative number.

Notations on the cards are varied and inconsistent. Four different classification systems were used to organize the cards during the collection's active records lifecycle. Some cards do not include dates, captions, or negative numbers. Negatives and prints slated to be digitized that had no number were given a number during processing, starting with 20,000.

The donor sleeved most of the glass plate negatives in acid-free paper enclosures. The processing archivist replaced any enclosures mislabeled and/or labeled in pen. It is important to note that the donor was not trained in archival standards when transferring the new enclosures, and it is likely information from the original enclosures was lost. The plates were cleaned on the non-emulsion side and were rehoused in acid-free paper enclosures and labeled in pencil using the information on the existing enclosures and the subject index cards. The subject index cards were checked against the plates in order to synthesize information on the original enclosures with the cards. Captions in the inventory represent those found on the transcribed enclosures and subject index cards, except for the Western Slope Fruit Investigations and Glass plate addendum subseries, which were still housed in original enclosures. For those subseries captions were transcribed word for word by the archivist. The glass plates are stored vertically in acid-free boxes. Barrier board was inserted in the boxes to aid in taking weight off the plates.

Some contact prints and plastic acetate and polyester negatives were housed with the glass plate negatives, sometimes in addition to the glass plate, other times in lieu of a glass plate. Those prints that were in lieu of a glass plate negative have been labeled as "negative surrogates."

Sixty-five glass plates required stabilization due to breakage and cracks in the glass. Broken and cracked plates were stabilized using window glass to create "sandwiches" to keep the broken glass together as an entire image and are stored flat. All the glass plates were cleaned with a soft cloth on the non-emulsion side to remove dirt and fingerprints. About 45 glass plate negatives were identified as in serious states of chemical deterioration and presented possible health hazards and thus were destroyed.

The magic lantern slides had no original enclosures apart from a storage box. Each lantern slide was cleaned and re-housed in acid-free four-flap enclosures.

The silver gelatin prints from nitrate negatives are the contact prints made from the cellulose nitrate negatives. Due to safety and fire hazards associated with nitrate film, the donor duplicated their collection of nitrate negatives in the 1980s and destroyed the originals.

Unfortunately, the university did not give appropriate notice to the department responsible for making the duplicates and as a result, the duplicate prints were not developed according to the highest standards. While the images represent an important historical record from the nitrate negatives, the prints are rapidly fading, negatively affecting image quality. Due to the poor image quality of the duplicate prints made in 1980, the historic prints that were adhered glued to 8x10" subject index cards were processed as the archival masters. On occasion no subject index card existed and the 1980 print was used in lieu of a historic print on a card. The subject index cards were rehoused in acid-free folders and boxes. Loose prints were rehoused in acid-free paper envelopes and stored in archival boxes.

The cabinet cards were removed from their original manila envelopes and rehoused in acid-free paper enclosures and stored in a metal edge archival box. Captions and dates found on the original enclosures were transcribed word for word to the new enclosures by the archivist.

The scenic file is a group of photographic materials with unique negative numbers beginning with an "S" and labeled as the "Scenic File." These materials were separated by the donor from the main collection as a distinct series. The subject index cards were rehoused in acid-free folders and acid-free record cartons. Loose prints, postcard prints, and negatives were rehoused in acid-free paper envelopes and stored in archival boxes. The negatives for this series were nitrate negatives, which are dangerous to keep and can adversely affect other collections. The Special Collections and Archives department asked the Morgan Library digital unit to create high resolution TIFF images of the negatives to serve as the archival master. The nitrate negatives were then destroyed by the hazardous materials department.

The silver gelatin prints: "M" prints series is a collection of 2 1/2 x 3 1/2" prints glued to 8x10" subject index cards. The location of the original negatives is unknown; they were not part of the collection transferred to the Archives. It is likely the prints were made from roll nitrate film that was destroyed in 1980 by the donor. Many of these prints were falling off the subject index cards and were rehoused in acid-free paper envelopes and stored in archival boxes. Some prints still remain on the subject index cards, and these cards were rehoused in acid-free folders and stored in acid-free record cartons.

The silver gelatin prints from diacetate negatives series is a collection of prints glued down to 8"x10" subject index cards. The original diacetate negatives are in various states of physical deterioration due to the effects of time and inadequate storage. The subject index cards were processed as the archival masters rather than the original negatives due to this deterioration. The subject index cards were rehoused in acid-free folders and stored in acid-free record cartons.

The "A" prints series is a collection of negatives and contact prints with unique negative numbers beginning with the letter "A" and were thus arranged as a distinct series. Many of the contact prints were glued to 8x10" subject index cards, but have fallen off over time as the glue deteriorated. Many of these prints show signs of glue staining. Groups of negatives were removed from manila envelopes and stored in individual acid-free paper enclosures. All captions, titles, and dates were transcribed word for word by the archivist onto the new enclosures.

The safety negatives and prints series is a collection of negatives and contact prints. As the photograph industry discovered the hazards of nitrate negatives, they created a stable poly base and named the negatives, "safety." This series represents safety negatives date generally before 1950. Many of the contact prints were glued to 8x10" subject index cards, but have fallen off over time as the glue deteriorated. Many of these prints show signs of glue staining. Groups of negatives were removed from manila envelopes and stored in individual acid-free paper enclosures. All captions, titles, and dates were transcribed word for word by the archivist onto the new enclosures.

The safety negatives and prints series is a collection of negatives and contact prints. As the photograph industry discovered the hazards of nitrate negatives, they created a stable poly base and named the negatives, "safety." This series represents safety negatives date generally before 1950. Many of the contact prints were glued to 8x10" subject index cards, but have fallen off over time as the glue deteriorated. Many of these prints show signs of glue staining. Groups of negatives were removed from manila envelopes and stored in individual acid-free paper enclosures. All captions, titles, and dates were transcribed word for word by the archivist onto the new enclosures.

The "B" prints series is a collection of negatives and contact prints with unique negative numbers beginning with the letter "B" and were thus minimally processed as a distinct series. Together with the "R" and "T" images, groups of contact sheets are kept alphabetically by subject in file drawers. All titles and dates were transcribed to a spreadsheet to create access.

The "R" prints series is a collection of negatives and contact prints with unique negative numbers beginning with the letter "R" and were thus minimally processed as a distinct series. Together with the "B" and "T" images, groups of contact sheets are kept alphabetically by subject in file drawers. All titles and dates were transcribed to a spreadsheet to create access.

The "T" prints series is a collection of negatives and contact prints with unique negative numbers beginning with the letter "T" and were thus minimally processed as a distinct series. Together with the "B" and "R" images, groups of contact sheets are kept alphabetically by subject in file drawers. All titles and dates were transcribed to a spreadsheet to create access.

The "PA_PR" series is a collection of contact sheets and negatives represents campus images taken with 35 mm film from the mid- 1960s to the early 1980s. The original order has been maintained for this group of negatives and prints. It is likely that the public affairs and public relations department donated this group of prints and negatives in 1982. Groups of negatives were already housed in archival enclosures. The contact sheets were removed from their binders, put into archival boxes and interleaved with acid-free paper.

The Bill Cotton series contains slides, prints, and contact sheets of photographs donated by CSU's retired principal photographer, Bill Cotton. The series arrived housed in archival photograph and slide sleeves with contact sheets loose and remain as housed. This series has been completely processed and the inventory is included in the finding aid.

Separated Collections

Separated materials include eight CSU publications dated 1916-1931.

Note: Title information supplied by the archivist is bracketed.

Series 1: Glass plate negatives, 1903-1931 (20.62 linear feet)

This series consists of over 6,000 glass plate negatives that cover the early years of Colorado State University, with particular attention to the academic disciplines of agriculture, mechanical engineering, home economics, science and arts, and veterinary medicine. Student activities, organizations, and athletics are also documented, as well as early scenes of the campus and its buildings. The University's rich Extension Service and Experiment Station history is also well represented, pointing to the importance of the University not only to the Fort Collins community and its students, but people throughout Colorado. Early scenes of Fort Collins homes, streets, businesses, and churches can also be found in this series. Images are arranged in eleven subseries.
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Subseries 1.1: Academics. 1903-1930.
This subseries contains the five divisions of study offered at the Colorado Agricultural College during a thirty-year period. The College's early focus on agriculture is paramount, and other divisions engaged in work that reflected agricultural concerns, such as veterinary medicine for livestock, entomology classes dedicated to controlled agricultural pests, and engineering classes geared toward repairing farm machinery and constructing irrigation systems. For young women, the Home Economics division provided cutting-edge scientific knowledge and training necessary to be a successful farm wife and mother. Images in this subseries include classroom scenes and field work. Some images may have served dual purposes and were used for Extension and Experiment Station bulletins as well. The subseries is arranged according to divisions of study identified using College Catalogs, and within each division the images are arranged numerically.
Subseries 1.2: Athletics. 1918-1932.
This subseries represents the largest subseries in the glass plate negative series. It includes a broad spectrum of athletic pursuits at the College for both men and women. Of interest is the annual May Fete event, a pageant featuring most of the College's female student body. May Fete offered one of the few "physical" activities for women students. Football is prominent in this subseries, reflecting its popularity among the College community. The subseries is arranged according to sport and within each sport numerically by negative number.
Subseries 1.3: Campus buildings and scenes. 1911-1929 and undated.
This subseries contains images of the campus. Specific buildings, shots of campus walkways, even aerial images of the entire campus are found in this subseries. The aerial images provide an interesting look at the campus and Fort Collins in the early twentieth century, providing a visual timeline of growth and change. The names and functions of some buildings have changed. The subseries is divided according to building or landmark and arranged numerically therein according to negative number.
Subseries 1.4: Colorado School of Agriculture. 1915-1925 and undated.
This subseries contains images of the Colorado School of Agriculture (C.S.A.). Established in 1909, the C.S.A. filled a void experienced by rural Colorado families who wished further training for their children beyond the eighth grade. As many communities lacked a high school or a high school with vocational training, the C.S.A. provided practical instruction in Agriculture, Home Economics, and Mechanic Arts. Students age fifteen and up attended the C.S.A., and many went on to become full-fledged college students. The C.S.A. ceased operation in 1927 due to curriculum improvements in Colorado's public school system. This subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 1.5: Extension Service. 1915-1930 and undated.
This subseries contains images documenting the Extension Service. Many of these photographs were used for Extension Bulletins. Poultry appears repeatedly in this subseries, pointing to the College's work in boosting the poultry business in Colorado by educating livestock producers in the scientific methods of poultry husbandry. The Extension Service also sponsored demonstration trains that brought information to communities all over Colorado. Images in this subseries point to the College's land-grant mission of education and reveal what concerns were pertinent to the people of Colorado during the first few decades of the twentieth century. The subseries is arranged by subject and within each subject numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 1.6: Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station. 1905-1931 and undated.
This subseries contains images that document research undertaken by the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station of the Colorado Agricultural College. The Hatch Act stipulated funding for agricultural experiment stations at land-grant colleges, and thus, agricultural research enjoyed a privileged position. The Experiment Station functioned as an instructional facility for students as well as a place of faculty and staff research into agricultural interests, concerns, and problems. Livestock feeding trials figure prominently in this subseries, and the role of sugar beets in livestock feeding is touched upon. Several images in the Experiment Station subseries were also used for Extension bulletins and vice versa. The subseries is arranged by subject and within each subject numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 1.7: Faculty, staff, and others. c. 1916-1930 and undated.
This subseries contains images of University faculty and staff, including Extension workers. Images of President Charles Lory's family, including a few of his children's weddings, can be found in this subseries. The subseries is arranged by negative number.
Subseries 1.8: Military Science/Campus Battalion. c. 1916-1929 and undated.
This subseries contains images of military life on campus. The Morrill Act dictated that land-grant colleges teach military tactics. Thus, participation in the campus battalion was mandatory for male students. A Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) program was established in 1916 at the College. Furthermore, in 1918 the College trained soldiers in a special program as mechanics. Images of individual students in uniform, military drills, spring encampments, award ceremonies, and girl sponsors are prominent in this subseries. The subseries is arranged by subject and within each subject numerically by negative number.
Subseries 1.9: Student life and activities. 1912-1931 and undated.
This subseries contains images of the many activities and College traditions students involved themselves in. Greek life and houses are represented as well as numerous honors societies and clubs. Images of graduation are found in this subseries. Of interest are images of the Class Scrap, a competition that pitted incoming freshman against sophomores. Making an appearance as a tradition around the turn-of-the-century, the Class Scrap included various games and rituals such as tug-of-war contests and rules for freshman created by sophomores. In 1929 a student died from injuries sustained during the Class Scrap and the tradition ceased. The subseries is arranged by activity and within each activity, numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 1.10: Fort Collins scenes. 1917-1929 and undated.
This subseries contains images of businesses, churches, homes, schools, and streets in Fort Collins. Images of downtown Fort Collins allow a glimpse into the business community, with several signs visible in the images. These images provide information on the history of the built environment of Fort Collins. The subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 1.11: Subject images. 1919-1928 and undated.
This subseries contains images that do not fit in any other subseries. Among the images in this subseries are the College seal, a burned out safe, the College's World War I service flag, and the Liberty Bell. The subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.


Series 2: Glass plate negatives surrogates, 1903-1930 and undated (1.5 linear feet)

This series consists of subject index cards with contact prints of images made from glass plate negatives that are missing from the collection; these cards represent the only existing copy of the images. The series arrangement mirrors that of the glass plate negatives, and description is at the item level. Subject index cards are filed in subseries order according to negative number.
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Series 3: Glass plate addendum, 1887-1906 and undated (1.25 linear feet)

This series consists of glass plate negatives that were housed in the Archives suite in Morgan Library. Reviewed by archives staff in April 2007, it was determined that this small collection of glass plate negatives were likely part of the large sub-collection of glass plates negatives transferred to the Archives from Office of Instructional Services/Communication and Creative Services based on their original housings, sizes, numbering, and subject matter. These images appear to be some of the oldest in the UHPC and must have been separated from the rest of the collection many years ago. The series contains images similar to those in Series 1: Glass Plate Negatives. The series is arranged into ten subseries.
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Subseries 3.1: Academics. 1900-1902 and undated.
This subseries contains images of College livestock, a class in dairying, and a home economics scene. The subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 3.2: Athletics. undated.
This subseries contains images of baseball players. It is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 3.4: Extension. 1901, 1906 and undated.
This subseries contains images of a Farmers' Picnic, Grange Day, and a Short Course, all held at the College. The subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 3.4: Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station. undated.
This subseries contains images from the Government Horse Breeding Station. The subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 3.5: Campus buildings and scenes. 1902 and undated.
This subseries contains images of Agricultural Hall, the Horse Barn, and the Civil Engineering Building. This subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 3.6: Military Science/Campus Battalion. undated.
This subseries contains one image of a drill.
Subseries 3.7: Student life and activities. 1901 and undated.
This subseries contains a class picture of the 1904 Aggies, a Memorial Day event on campus, and the Tallyho Party on the Athletic Field. This subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 3.8: Fort Collins scenes. 1901 and undated.
This subseries contains images of Fort Collins, including private residences and street scenes. This subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number
Subseries 3.9: Subject images. 1887, 1901 and undated.
This subseries contains images of livestock, campus visitors, and farm implements. This subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 3.10: Magic lantern slides. 1902 and undated.
This subseries contains 49 magic lantern slides that depict various classroom scenes, campus buildings and views, and field work. Some lantern slides are hand-colored. This subseries is arranged according to its original order, and most of the lantern slides are unnumbered.


Series 4: Glass plate negative subject index cards, duplicates of Series 1, 1903-1931 (6.5 linear feet)

This series consists of the glass plate negative subject cards that correspond to the glass plate negative series. These cards are duplicates; they mirror the arrangement and subseries of the glass plate negative series and thus are not described at the item level.
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Series 5: Silver gelatin prints form nitrate negatives, 1918-1944 and undated (21.25 linear feet)

This series consists of over 7,000 silver gelatin prints developed from nitrate negatives. This series overlaps with Series 1: Glass Plate Negatives, with shared subjects, events, and date ranges. As photographic technologies overlapped, campus photographers used both the older technology of glass plate negatives, and the newer, less cumbersome, cellulose nitrate film. This series covers the early years of Colorado State University up to World War II, with particular attention to the academic disciplines of agriculture, engineering, home economics, science and arts, and veterinary medicine. Student activities, organizations, and athletics are also documented, as well as scenes of the campus and its buildings. As part of the University's land grant mission, the history of the Extension Service and Experiment Station is also well represented. Scenes of Fort Collins homes, streets, businesses, and churches can also be found in this subseries.
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Subseries 5.1: Academics. 1918-1944 and undated.
This subseries contains the five divisions of study offered at the Colorado Agricultural College between 1918-1944. It is arranged according to divisions of study identified using College catalogs and within each division the images are arranged numerically. The College's early focus on agriculture is paramount, and other divisions engaged in work that reflected agricultural concerns, such as veterinary medicine for livestock, entomology classes dedicated to controlled agricultural pests, and engineering classes geared toward repairing farm machinery and constructing irrigation systems. For young women, the Home Economics division provided cutting-edge scientific knowledge and training necessary to be a homemaker. Images in this subseries include classroom scenes, field work, and research. Some images may have served dual purposes and were used for Extension and Experiment Station bulletins as well.
Subseries 5.2: Athletics. 1901-1941 and undated.
This subseries includes a broad spectrum of athletic pursuits at the College for both men and women. The growing number of athletic offerings and participants is well documented in this series. Nye trophy winners can be found here, as well as leisure-type sports, such as horseshoes, ping-pong, and folk dancing. The subseries in arranged according to sport and within each sport numerically by negative number.
Subseries 5.3: Campus buildings and scenes. 1879-1941 and undated.
This subseries contains images of the campus. Specific buildings, campus walkways, aerial images, and scenes around the Oval are found here. Several new buildings appear during this time period, such as the Forestry building and Johnson Hall. The flood of 1938 is also documented, showing the damage to campus grounds and buildings. The names and functions of some buildings have changed. The subseries is divided according to building or landmark and arranged numerically therein according to negative number.
Subseries 5.4: Colorado School of Agriculture. 1921-1927 and undated.
This subseries contains images related to the Colorado School of Agriculture (C.S.A.). Established in 1909, the C.S.A. filled a void experienced by rural Colorado families who wished further training for their children beyond the eighth grade. As many communities lacked a high school or a high school with vocational training, the C.S.A. provided practical instruction in Agriculture, Home Economics, and Mechanic Arts. Students age fifteen and up attended the C.S.A., and many went on to become full-fledged college students. The C.S.A. ceased operation in 1927 due to curriculum improvements in Colorado's public school system. This subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 5.5: Extension Service. 1902 and undated.
This subseries contains images documenting the Extension Service. Many of these photographs were used for Extension Bulletins. The problems facing rural communities and Extension's role in finding ways to alleviate those problems are well documented, from soil erosion and conservation to grasshopper plagues and eradication. It is possible that images in this subseries were used by the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station as well. The subseries is arranged by subject and within each subject numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 5.6: Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station. 1921-1927 and undated .
TThis subseries contains images that document research undertaken by the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station of the Colorado Agricultural College. The Hatch Act stipulated funding for agricultural experiment stations at land-grant colleges, and thus, agricultural research enjoyed a privileged position. The Experiment Station functioned as an instructional facility for students as well as a place of faculty and staff research into agricultural interests, concerns, and problems. The images in this subseries illustrated the Experiment Station's work with livestock feeding trials and soil conservation. Several images in the Experiment Station subseries were also used for Extension bulletins and vice versa. The subseries is arranged by subject and within each subject numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 5.7: Faculty, staff, and others. 1887-1941 and undated.
This subseries includes images of College faculty and staff, athletic coaches, Extension workers, groups visiting campus, and the State Board of Agriculture. Images of President Charles Lory's family, including a few of his daughter's wedding, can be found in this subseries. The subseries is arranged by negative number.
Subseries 5.8: Military Science/Campus Battalion. 1920-1941 and undated.
This subseries contains images of military life on campus. The Morrill Act dictated that land-grant colleges teach military tactics. Thus, participation in the campus battalion was mandatory for male students. A Reserve Officers Training Corps (R.O.T.C.) program was established in 1916 at the College. Images of individual students in uniform, military drills, spring encampments, awards ceremonies, cadet (women) sponsors, R.O.T.C. Band, and equipment are prominent in this subseries. The subseries is arranged by subject and within each subject numerically by negative number.
Subseries 5.9: Student Life and Activities. 1919-1941 and undated.
This subseries contains images of the many activities and College traditions students were involved in. Greek life and houses are represented as well as numerous honors societies and clubs. Images of graduation and class photographs are found in this subseries. Numerous stage productions are also well documented. The subseries is arranged by activity and within each activity, numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 5.10: Fort Lewis. 1935 and undated.
The Fort Lewis School joined the land-grant system in 1910 as a boarding school offering two years of college-level coursework in Agriculture, Engineering, Home Economics, and Education. The land and buildings were originally part of the Fort Lewis Military Reservation. Native American students could attend free of charge. This subseries contains images of the Fort Lewis School, including classroom scenes, buildings, and leisure activities.
Subseries 5.11: Fort Collins scenes. 1886-1940 and undated.
This subseries contains images of businesses, churches, homes, schools, and streets in Fort Collins. Images of downtown Fort Collins allows a glimpse into the business community with several signs and storefronts visible in the images. These images provide information on the history and changes in the built environment of Fort Collins. The subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 5.12: Subject images. 1924-1939 and undated.
This subseries contains images that do not fit in any other subseries. Among the images in this subseries are the College seal, a burned out safe, and several maps of Colorado. The subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.


Series 6: Magic lantern slides from Christopher Sargent's presentation, undated (1.87 linear feet)

This series consists of 124 magic lantern slides that were likely used in a presentation by a College professor, Christopher Sargent, during the early twentieth century to rally voters behind rural school consolidation. The subseries includes images of Colorado schools, school children, school buses, and charts, graphs, and maps related to rural school consolidation. Many of the slides are hand-colored. The subseries is arranged according to its original order. Many of the slides are unnumbered and do not have captions or descriptive information.
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Series 7: Silver gelatin prints from nitrate negatives, duplicate prints and subject index cards of Series 5, 1879-1944 and undated (8.5 linear feet)

This series consists of duplicate subject index cards and contact prints that correspond to Series 5: Silver Gelatin Prints from Nitrate Negatives. These duplicate prints mirror the arrangement and subseries of Series 5.
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Series 8: Historic prints from glass plate negatives and nitrate negatives, duplicates of Series 1 and Series 5, 1879-1930 and undated (6 linear feet)

This series consists of a collection of duplicate subject index cards and contact prints that correspond to both Series 1: Glass Plate Negatives and Series 5: Silver Gelatin Prints from Nitrate Negatives. These index cards appear to be the earliest system of organizing the photograph collection and are historic photographs, including cyanotypes. This series has not been fully processed and is stored according to its original order in acid-free record cartons.
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Series 9: Cabinet cards, 1879-1892 (0.62 linear feet)

This series consists of twenty cabinet cards depicting faculty members who were employed by the College in its early years. In the inventory, the cabinet cards are listed alphabetically by last name.
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Series 10: Scenic file, 1924-1951 (2.1 linear feet)

This series includes scenic images of mountains, streams, landscapes, and meadows in Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, and the Dakotas. Poudre Canyon, Estes Park, and Rocky Mountain National Park are highlighted. Many images depict student trips to these areas, particularly Lori Hi, and there are a few images of Dr. Charles Lory and family. The series is arranged according to negative number and each image is listed individually in the inventory.
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Series 11: Silver gelatin prints: "M" Prints, 1928-1950 (9.4 linear feet)

This series consists of approximately 5,000 silver gelatin contact prints. This series overlaps with many others, with shared subjects, events, and date ranges. The "M" print series covers the home front activities of the campus community during World War II and the post-war campus culture. This series covers the academic disciplines of agriculture, engineering, forestry, home economics, science and arts, and veterinary medicine. Student life and activities represent the largest subseries in the series, offering a comprehensive view of a student's life at the College during this time period. Athletics, the campus and its buildings, the Extension Service, and the Experiment Station are also represented, as are a few scenes of Fort Collins. This series is described at the aggregate level; there is no item-level inventory with the exception of the Faculty, staff, and others subseries.
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Subseries 11.1: Academics. 1940-1950.
This subseries contains the divisions of study offered at the Colorado Agricultural College between 1940-1950, identified using College catalogs. It is arranged according to these divisions and within each division the images are arranged numerically. Images in this subseries include classroom scenes, field work, and research. Some images may have served dual purposes as photographs for Extension and Experiment Station bulletins as well. The Department of Music moved under the umbrella of the Division of Science and the Arts in 1944.
Subseries 11.2: Athletics. 1939-1950.
This subseries includes a broad spectrum of athletic pursuits at the College for both men and women, with a substantial number of photographs documenting basketball, football, and the Women's Athletic Association. The subseries is arranged according to sport and within each sport numerically by negative number.
Subseries 11.3: Campus buildings and scenes. 1928-1950.
This subseries contains a small collection of images of the campus, including specific buildings and scenes around the campus. The names and functions of some buildings have changed over time. The subseries is divided according to building or landmark and arranged numerically therein according to negative number.
Subseries 11.4: Extension Service. 1940-1948.
This subseries contains images documenting the Extension Service. Field Days, an outreach activity sponsored by Extension where local farmers visited other farms to view new methods of doing agriculture, is a prominent category in this subseries. A Summer Session picnic, held in 1940, is well-documented. Many of these photographs were used for Extension Bulletins, and it is possible that these same photographs were used by the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station also. The subseries is arranged by subject and within each subject numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 11.5: Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station. 1940-1947.
This subseries contains images that document research undertaken by the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station. The images illustrate the Experiment Station's work with animal husbandry community and the Station's outreach event, Feeders Day. The subseries is arranged by subject and within each subject numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 11.6: Faculty, staff, and others. 1939-1948.
This subseries includes images of College faculty and staff, athletic coaches, Extension workers, and groups and individuals visiting campus. The subseries is arranged numerically by negative number and is described at the item level.
Subseries 11.7: Military Science/ROTC. 1943-1948.
This subseries contains images of military life on campus. The Morrill Act dictated that land-grant colleges teach military tactics. Images of individual students in uniform, military drills, spring encampments, awards ceremonies, cadet (women) sponsors, R.O.T.C. Band, Clerical School, and equipment are found in this subseries. The subseries is arranged numerically by negative number.
Subseries 11.8: Student life and activities. 1939-1950.
This subseries is the largest in the "M" print series. It contains a broad spectrum of images depicting the many activities students participated in. Greek life and houses are represented as well as numerous other clubs and organizations. Several images of dances and balls reveal the social milieu of students during this time period. Of interest are images related to WWII, showing student war efforts as well as older students returning to college after military service. The subseries is arranged by activity and within each activity, numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 11.9: Colorado State's 75th anniversary. 1945.
This subseries includes forty photographs related to the festivities held for the College's 75th anniversary, including visitors to campus, a KOA radio broadcast, and the Anniversary Ball. The subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 11.10: Fort Collins scenes. 1942-1945.
This subseries contains a small set of photographs depicting local scenes, including businesses and the Chamber of Commerce Junior Rodeo. The war efforts of the local Fort Collins community are also documented. The subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 11.11: Subject images. 1942-1943.
This subseries contains three photographs depicting children with a dog and on horseback, and an image of a woman holding photographic equipment. The subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.


Series 12: Silver gelatin prints from nitrate negatives: "M" prints, duplicate prints of Series 11, 1928-1950 (3.75 linear feet)

This series consists of duplicate subject index cards and contact prints that correspond to Series 11: Silver gelatin prints "M" Prints. These duplicate prints mirror the arrangement and subseries of Series 11.
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Series 13: Silver gelatin prints from diacetate negatives, 1942-1951 (15 linear feet)

This series consists of approximately 16,000 silver gelatin contact prints made from diacetate negatives. The original negatives are in advanced stages of chemical deterioration. This series overlaps with many others, with shared subjects, events, and date ranges, and includes images that reflect the home front activities of the campus community during World War II and post-war campus culture. This series covers the academic disciplines of agriculture, engineering, forestry, home economics, science and arts, and veterinary medicine. The largest subseries in this series is the Extension Service, offering a comprehensive view of the activities of outreach arm of the land-grant mission. Series 11 is described at the aggregate level; there is no the item-level inventory with the exception of the Faculty, Staff, and Others subseries.
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Subseries 13.1: Academics. 1945-1951.
This subseries contains the divisions of study offered at the Colorado Agricultural College between 1945-1951. It is arranged according to divisions identified using College catalogs, and within each division the images are arranged numerically. Images in this subseries include classroom scenes, field work, and research. Some images may have served dual purposes and were used for Extension and Experiment Station bulletins as well.
Subseries 13.2: Athletics. 1945-1951.
This subseries includes a range of athletic pursuits available for both male and female students, with a sizeable number of photographs documenting basketball, football, and swimming. Minor sports, such as bowling, modern dancing, and shuffleboard can also be found in this subseries. The subseries is arranged according to sport and within each sport numerically by negative number.
Subseries 13.3: Campus buildings and scenes. 1945-1951.
This subseries contains a small collection of images of the campus, including specific buildings and scenes around the campus. The names and functions of some buildings have changed over time. The subseries is divided according to building or landmark and arranged numerically therein according to negative number.
Subseries 13.4: Extension Service. 1945-1951.
This subseries contains images documenting the activities and focus areas of the Extension Service. The wide range of activities carried out by the Extension Service is evident: images of animal husbandry, farm machinery, dairy barns and operations, the sugar beet industry, and bee culture represent a few of the many areas covered by Extension. The youth arm, 4-H, represents the largest collection of photographs in this subseries. Of particular interest are images depicting rural electrification and the prison farm at Canon City. Many of these photographs were used for Extension Bulletins, and it is possible that these same photographs were used by the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station also. The subseries is arranged by subject and within each subject numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 13.5: Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station. 1942-1951.
This subseries contains images that document research undertaken by the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station. The images illustrate the Experiment Station's work with animal husbandry community and the Station's outreach event, Feeders Day. The subseries is arranged by subject and within each subject numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 13.6: Faculty, staff, and others. 1945-1951.
This subseries includes images of College faculty and staff, athletic coaches, Extension workers, and groups and individuals visiting campus. The subseries is arranged numerically by negative number and is described at the item level.
Subseries 13.7: Military Science/ROTC. 1947-1951.
This subseries contains images of military life on campus. The Morrill Act dictated that land-grant colleges teach military tactics. Images of Scabbard and Blade (military honor society), classroom and drill scenes, honors and awards, social events, the ROTC band, and the Pistol Team are found in this subseries. The subseries is arranged numerically by negative number.
Subseries 13.8: Student life and activities. 1945-1951.
This subseries is one of the largest in this series. It contains images of the many activities students took part in during their time on campus. The first photographs of the Aggie Ram mascot are found here. Numerous other clubs and organizations are represented, with many images depicting Greek life and houses. The Little International Stock Show takes a prominent place in this subseries. Of interest are images related to WWII veterans returning to college after their service, often with families. The subseries is arranged by activity and within each activity, numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 13.9: Features. 1947-1951.
This subseries includes a variety of images that were originally labeled as "Features" by their creators. It is unclear what publications these images appeared in. Photos include images of farms and farmers in the area, dogs, Kremmling Hospital, children and wives of Agriculture majors, square dancing, carp at Timnath Reservoir, the Hobby Show and Gay Nineties Party, and tours of the Freedom Bell and Santa Claus in downtown Fort Collins. The subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 13.10: Fort Collins scenes. 1945-1950.
This subseries contains photographs depicting schools, businesses, homes, and scenes around Fort Collins and the surrounding area. Images include Dunn Elementary, Timnath School, Big Thompson Mill and Elevator, Fort Collins cherry canning factory, the Junior Chamber of Commerce Rodeo. The subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 13.11: Subject images. 1948-1951.
This subseries contains a handful of photographs depicting various subjects that do not fit in any other subseries, such as a cap and gown, diploma, and photograph equipment. The subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.


Series 14: "A" negatives, 1943-1961 and undated (1.48 linear feet)

This series consists of approximately 1,000 photographic negatives. This series overlaps with many others, with shared subjects, events, and date ranges, and includes images that reflect the home front activities of the campus community during World War II and post-war campus culture. This series covers the academic disciplines of agriculture, engineering, forestry, home economics, science and arts, and veterinary medicine. The subseries contain images of many campus buildings, capturing new buildings on campus during the time period. Series 14 is described at the aggregate level; there is no item-level inventory with the exception of the Faculty, Staff, and Others subseries.
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Subseries 14.1: Academics. 1944-1954 and undated.
This subseries contains the divisions of study offered at the Colorado Agricultural College between 1944-1954. It is arranged according to divisions identified using College catalogs, and within each division the images are arranged numerically. Images in this subseries include classroom scenes, field work, and research. Some images may have served dual purposes and were used for Extension and Experiment Station bulletins as well. The subseries is arranged according to division and within each division by subject and then numerically by negative number.
Subseries 14.2: Athletics. 1944-1951.
This subseries includes a few of the athletic pursuits available for both male and female students, with a large number of photographs documenting football. The subseries is arranged according to sport and within each sport numerically by negative number.
Subseries 14.3: Campus buildings and scenes. 1944-1956.
This subseries contains images documenting the campus during this time period, including specific buildings and scenes around the campus. Of particular interest are images showing the plans for Veterans Housing along Laurel Street. The names and functions of some buildings have changed over time. The subseries is divided according to building or landmark and arranged numerically therein according to negative number.
Subseries 14.4: Extension Service. 1943-1954 and undated.
This subseries contains images documenting the activities and focus areas of the Extension Service. The wide range of activities carried out by the Extension Service is evident. Of particular interest are images depicting war workers. Many of these photographs were used for Extension Bulletins, and it is possible that these same photographs were used by the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station also. The subseries is arranged by subject and within each subject numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 14.5: Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station. 1944-1945.
This subseries contains images that document research undertaken by the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station. The images in this subseries illustrate the Experiment Station's work with animal industry in particular, such as the outreach event, Feeder's Day. The subseries is arranged by subject and within each subject numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 14.6: Faculty, staff, and others. 1944-1957 and undated.
This subseries includes images of College faculty and staff, athletic coaches, Extension workers, and groups and individuals visiting campus. The subseries is arranged numerically by negative number and is described at the item level.
Subseries 14.7: Military Science/ROTC. 1944-1952.
This subseries contains images of military life on campus. The Morrill Act dictated that land-grant colleges teach military tactics. Many of the images are group photographs, although there are a few images depicting award ceremonies. The subseries is arranged numerically by negative number.
Subseries 14.8: Student life and activities. 1944-1952.
This subseries contains images of the activities students took part in during their time on campus. Numerous other clubs and organizations are represented. The subseries is arranged by activity and within each activity, numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 14.9: Features. 1945.
This subseries consists of two images that were originally labeled as "Features" by their creators. It is unclear what publications these images appeared in. The images depict kittens in a hat and an unusual snow formation caused by wind. The subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 14.10: Colorado State's 75th anniversary. 1945.
This subseries includes photographs related to festivities held for the College's 75th anniversary. The majority of the images depict historical themes related to the College and were originally requested by Ruth Wattles as part of a history project she compiled for the 75th Anniversary. The subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 14.11: Historical. 1944-1961.
Images in this subseries were originally labeled "Historical" by the creators. Images include individuals, buildings, and letters. The subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 14.12: Fort Collins scenes. 1944-1945.
This subseries contains photographs depicting an airport and a rodeo sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. The subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 14.13: Subject images. 1945-1954.
This subseries contains a handful of photographs depicting various subjects that do not fit in any other subseries, such as maps of Colorado and the United States, and a few graphs and drawings. The subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.


Series 15: Safety negatives and prints, 1928-1953 and undated (8.5 linear feet)

This series consists of approximately 1,100 photographic images. This series overlaps with many others, with shared subjects, events, and date ranges, and includes images that reflect the home front activities of the campus community before, during and after World War II. This series covers the academic disciplines of agriculture, engineering, forestry, home economics, and veterinary medicine. The series contains images of many campus buildings, aerial photos, classroom and laboratory scenes, and historical images. Series 15 is described at the aggregate level; the only item-level inventory is the Faculty, staff, and others subseries.
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Subseries 15.1: Academics. 1930-1953 and undated.
This subseries contains the divisions of study offered at the Colorado Agricultural College. It is arranged according to divisions identified using College catalogs, and within each division the images are arranged numerically. Images in this subseries include classroom scenes, field work, and research. Some images may have served dual purposes and were used for Extension and Experiment Station bulletins as well. The subseries is arranged according to division and within each division by subject and then numerically by negative number.
Subseries 15.2: Athletics. 1908-1942.
This subseries includes a few of the athletic pursuits available for both male and female students, with a large number of photographs documenting football. The subseries is arranged according to sport and within each sport numerically by negative number.
Subseries 15.3: Campus buildings and scenes. 1938-1952 and undated.
This subseries contains images documenting the campus during this time period, including specific buildings and scenes around the campus. Of particular interest are images showing aerial views. The names and functions of some buildings have changed over time. The subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 15.4: Extension Service. 1935-1952.
This subseries contains images documenting the activities and focus areas of the Extension Service. The wide range of activities carried out by the Extension Service is evident: 4-H club work, community projects, State Fair exhibits, Extension Indian Service, and noted visitors F.B. Morrison from Cornell and S.R. McKelve from Lincoln, Nebraska. Many of these photographs were used for Extension Bulletins, and it is possible that these same photographs were used by the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station also. The subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 15.5: Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station. 1938-1944.
This subseries contains images that document research undertaken by the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station. The images in this subseries illustrated the Experiment Station's work with field crops, rural engineering, andcharts used in research and experiments. The subseries is arranged by subject and within each subject numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 15.6: Faculty, staff, and others. 1934-1952.
This subseries includes images of College faculty and staff, athletic coaches, Extension workers, and groups and individuals visiting campus. The subseries is arranged numerically by negative number and is described at the item level.
Subseries 15.7: Military Science/ROTC. 1944-1952.
This subseries contains images of military life on campus. The Morrill Act dictated that land-grant colleges teach military tactics. Many of the images are group photographs, although there are a few images depicting award ceremonies, campus drills, the Military Clerical Jewish New Year Celebration, and the Fire Protection program. The subseries is arranged numerically by negative number.
Subseries 15.8: Student life and activities. 1944-1952.
This subseries contains images of the activities students took part in during their time on campus. Numerous clubs and organizations are represented. The subseries is arranged by activity and within each activity, numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 15.9: Fort Collins scenes. 1944-1951.
This subseries contains photographs depicting aerial views, the Big Thompson reservoir, Fort Collins Light and Power Building, Construction of Colorado Ditch Water Storage site, Fort Collins Symphony Orchestra, and a Fort Collins motorcycle police officer circa 1940. The subseries is arranged numerically according to negative number.
Subseries 15.10: Subject images. 1945-1954.
This subseries contains a handful of photographs depicting various subjects that do not fit in any other subseries, such as maps, historical letters, telegrams, checks, plaques, receipts, exhibits, landscapes, Fort Lewis, World's Fair medals, graphics for publications, and the [University] Diamond Anniversary logo. The subseries is arranged into two categories: historic and maps, charts, and drawings and then arranged numerically according to negative number.


Series 16: "B Prints" 4x5 negatives and contact prints, 1945-1979 (38 linear feet)

This series consists of approximately 14,200 photographic images. This series overlaps with many others, with shared subjects, events, and date ranges, and includes images that reflect the home front activities of the campus community during and after World War II. This series covers the academic disciplines of agriculture, engineering, forestry, home economics, and veterinary medicine. The series contains images of many campus buildings, aerial photos, classroom and laboratory scenes, and historical images. Series 16 is minimally processed. Please contact the department for assistance.
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Series 17: "R Prints" 2.5x2.5 negatives and contact prints, 1957-2001 and undated (12.8 linear feet)

This series consists of approximately 6,200 photographic images. This series overlaps with many others, with shared subjects, events, and date ranges, and includes images that reflect the home front activities of the campus community after World War II. This series covers the academic disciplines of agriculture, engineering, forestry, home economics, and veterinary medicine. The series contains images of many campus buildings, aerial photos, classroom and laboratory scenes, and historical images. Series 17 is minimally processed. Please contact the department for assistance.
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Series 18: "T Prints" 35mm negatives and contact prints, 1957-1999 and undated (12.8 linear feet)

This series consists of approximately 1,100 photographic images. This series overlaps with many others, with shared subjects, events, and date ranges, and includes images that reflect the home front activities of the campus community after World War II. This series covers the academic disciplines of agriculture, engineering, forestry, home economics, and veterinary medicine. The series contains images of many campus buildings, aerial photos, classroom and laboratory scenes, and historical images. Series 18 is minimally processed. Please contact the department for assistance.
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Series 19: PA_PR Contact sheets and negatives, 1966-1982 and undated (12 linear feet)

This subseries contains images taken by the Public Affairs and Public Relations Department for the campus community. This series consists of approximately 56,000 photographic images. This series overlaps with many others, with shared subjects, events, and date ranges, and includes images that reflect the academic disciplines, campus scenes, and veterinary medicine. The series contains images of many campus buildings, aerial photos, classroom and laboratory scenes, and historical images. Series 19 maintains an original order form the donor, arranged by binder with subject pages for each binder described at the page level.
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Subseries 19.1: Binders 1-31 and 34. 1966-1982 and undated.
The subseries includes aerial images of Fort Collins, Theater productions, Faculty Art Shows, Campus buildings, Athletics, Student Activism, Alumni luncheons, Student Activities. A detailed list of subjects is available from the Archives and Special Collections Department
Subseries 19.2: Binders 35-37. undated.
This subseries contains images taken by the Public Affairs and Public Relations Department for the campus community. The collection includes aerial images of Fort Collins, Theater productions, Faculty Art Shows, Campus buildings, Athletics, Student Activism, Alumni luncheons, Student Activities. These binders did not include subject pages. Access to this part of the collection is limited. Please contact the department for more information.


Series 20: Bill Cotton photographs, 1980-2001 and undated (37.5 linear feet)

This series contains slides, prints, and contact sheets of photographs related to all aspects of CSU donated by CSU's retired principal photographer, Bill Cotton. The majority of the photographs were taken by Cotton, but the collection includes photographs taken by others. Images of departments, university-related activities, faculty, staff, and students are included as well as slides of outside topics, such as American History, other countries, and art and architecture used for presentations.
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177 1 [Subject File Listing]. undated.
177 2-3 01000 Students General Agricultural Sciences. undated.
177 4 01001 Faculty/Staff General Agricultural Sciences. undated.
177 5 01002 Classes General Agricultural Sciences. undated.
177 6 01003 Research General Agricultural Sciences. undated.
177 7-8 01004 Events/Performance/Dignitaries General Agricultural Sciences. undated.
177 9 01006 Programs/Services General Agricultural Sciences. undated.
177 10 01007 Agricultural Sciences/General/Facilities. undated.
177 11 01010 Ag. and Resource Economics Agricultural Sciences. undated.
177 12 01011 Faculty and Staff Ag. and Resource Economics Agricultural Sciences. undated.
177 13 01020 Students Soil and Crop Sciences Agricultural Sciences. undated.
177 14 01021 Faculty/Staff Soil and Crop Sciences. undated.
177 15 01022 Classes Soil and Crop Sciences. undated.
177 16 01023 Research Soil and Crop Sciences. undated.
177 17 01030 Students Animal Sciences Agricultural Sciences. undated.
177 18 01031 Faculty/Staff Animal Sciences. undated.
177 19 01032 Classes Animal Sciences. undated.
177 20 01033 Research Animal Sciences. undated.
177 21 01037 Facilities Animal Sciences. undated.
177 22 01041 Faculty/Staff Plant Growth Facilities. undated.
177 23 01043 Research Plant Growth Facilities. undated.
177 24 01050 Students Horticulture and Landscape Architecture. undated.
177 25 01051 Faculty/Staff Horticulture and Landscape Architecture. undated.
177 26 01052 Class Horticulture and Landscape Architecture. undated.
177 27 01053 Research Horticulture and Landscape Architecture. undated.
177 28 01061 Faculty/Staff Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management. undated.
177 29 01063 Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management. undated.
177 30 02000 Students General Applied Human Sciences. undated.
177 31 02001 Faculty/Staff General Applied Human Sciences. undated.
177 32 02002 Classes General Applied Human Sciences. undated.
177 33 02004 Events/Performances/Dignitaries General Applied Human Sciences. undated.
177 34 02007 Facilities General Applied Human Sciences. undated.
177 35 02008 Awards/Recognitions/Dedications General Applied Human Sciences. undated.
177 36 02009 Misc. General Applied Human Sciences. undated.
177 37 02010 Students Communication Disorders. undated.
177 38 02016 Programs/Services Communication Disorders. undated.
177 39 02020 Students Design, Merchandising, and Consumer Sciences. undated.
177 40 02021 Faculty/Staff Design, Merchandising, and Consumer Sciences. undated.
177 41 02022 Classes Design, Merchandising, and Consumer Sciences. undated.
178 1 02023 Research Design, Merchandising, and Consumer Sciences. undated.
178 2 02024 Events/Performance/Dignitaries Design, Merchandising, and Consumer Sciences. undated.
178 3 02025 Internships/Outreach Design, Merchandising, and Consumer Sciences. undated.
178 4 02026 Programs/Services Design, Merchandising, and Consumer Sciences. undated.
178 5 02028 Awards/Recognition/Dedications Design, Merchandising, and Consumer Sciences. undated.
178 6 02029 Misc. Design, Merchandising, and Consumer Sciences. undated.
178 7 02031 Faculty/Staff Health and Exercise Science. undated.
178 8 02032 Classes Health and Exercise Science. undated.
178 9 02033 Research Health and Exercise Science. undated.
178 10 02034 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Health and Exercise Science. undated.
178 11 02035 Internships/Outreach Health and Exercise Science. undated.
178 12 02036 Programs/Services Health and Exercise Science. undated.
178 13 02037 Facilities Health and Exercise Science. undated.
178 14 02040 Students Food Science and Human Nutrition. undated.
178 15 02041 Faculty/Staff Food Science and Human Nutrition. undated.
178 16 02042 Classes Food Science and Human Nutrition. undated.
178 17 02043 Research Food Science and Human Nutrition. undated.
178 18 02045 Internships/Outreach Food Science and Human Nutrition. undated.
178 19 02050 Students Human Development and Family Studies. undated.
178 20 02051 Faculty/Staff Human Development and Family Studies. undated.
178 21 02052 Classes Human Development and Family Studies. undated.
178 22 02053 Research Human Development and Family Studies. undated.
178 23 02055 Internships/Outreach Human Development and Family Studies. undated.
178 24 02056 Programs/Services Human Development and Family Studies. undated.
178 25 02059 Misc. Human Development and Family Studies. undated.
178 26 02060 Students Manufacturing Technology and Construction. undated.
178 27 02061 Faculty/Staff Manufacturing Technology and Construction. undated.
178 28 02062 Classes Manufacturing Technology and Construction. undated.
178 29 02064 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Manufacturing Technology and Construction. undated.
178 30 02066 Programs/Services Manufacturing Technology and Construction. undated.
178 31 02067 Facilities Manufacturing Technology and Construction. undated.
178 32 02068 Awards/Recognitions/Dedications Manufacturing Technology and Construction. undated.
178 33 02070 Students Occupational Therapy Applied Human Sciences. undated.
178 34 02071 Faculty/Staff Occupational Therapy. undated.
178 35 02072 Classes Occupational Therapy. undated.
178 36 02073 Research Occupational Therapy. undated.
178 37 02074 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Occupational Therapy. undated.
178 38 02075 Internships/Outreach Occupational Therapy. undated.
178 39 02076 Programs/Services Occupational Therapy. undated.
178 40 02077 Facilities Occupational Therapy. undated.
178 41 02079 Misc. Occupational Therapy. undated.
178 42 02080 Students School of Education. undated.
178 43 02081 Faculty/Staff School of Education. undated.
178 44 02082 Classes School of Education. undated.
178 45 02084 Events/Performances/Dignitaries School of Occ. and Educational Studies. undated.
178 46 02085 Internships/Outreach School of Education. undated.
178 47 02086 Programs/Services School of Education. undated.
178 48 02087 Facilities School of Education. undated.
178 49 02088 Awards/Recognitions/Dedications School of Education. undated.
179 1 02090 Students Social Work Applied Human Sciences. undated.
179 2 02092 Classes Social Work. undated.
179 3 02095 Internships/Outreach Social Work. undated.
179 4 02096 Programs/Services Social Work. undated.
179 5 03000 Students General Business. undated.
179 6 03001 Faculty/Staff General Business. undated.
179 7 03002 Classroom General Business. undated.
179 8 03003 Research General Business. undated.
179 9 03004 Events/Perform/Dignitaries General Business. undated.
179 10 03005 Internships/Outreach General Business. undated.
179 11 03006 Programs/Services General Business. undated.
179 12 03007 Facilities General Business. undated.
179 13 03009 Misc. General Business. undated.
179 14 03021 Faculty/Staff Computer Information Systems Business. undated.
179 15 03022 Faculty/Staff Computer Info Systems Business. undated.
179 16 03024 Events/Perform/Dignitaries Computer Info Systems Business. undated.
179 17 03029 Misc. Computer Info Systems Business. undated.
179 18 03030 Students Finance and Real Estate Business. undated.
179 19 03031 Faculty/Staff Finance and Real Estate. undated.
179 20 03040 Students Management Business. undated.
179 21 03041 Faculty/Staff Management Business. undated.
179 22 30342 Classes Management Business. undated.
179 23 03043 Research Management Business. undated.
179 24 03045 Internships/Outreach Management Business. undated.
179 25 03050 Students Marketing Business. undated.
179 26 03051 Faculty/Staff Marketing Business. undated.
179 27 03052 Classroom Marketing Business. undated.
179 28 03053 Research Marketing Business. undated.
179 29 03056 Programs/Services Marketing Business. undated.
179 30 03059 Misc. Marketing Business. undated.
179 31 04000 Students General Engineering. undated.
179 32 04004 Events/Performances/Dignitaries General. undated.
179 33 04006 Programs/Services General Engineering. undated.
179 34 04007 Facilities General Engineering. undated.
179 35 04008 Awards/Recognitions/Dedications General Engineering. undated.
179 36 04009 Misc. General Engineering. undated.
179 37 04012 Classes Chemical and Bioresource Engineering. undated.
179 38 04013 Research Chemical and Bioresource Engineering. undated.
179 39 04020 Atmospheric Science Engineering. undated.
179 40 04021 Faculty/Staff Atmospheric Science. undated.
179 41 04023 Research Atmospheric Science Engineering. undated.
179 42 04029 Misc. Atmospheric Science Engineering. undated.
179 43 04030 Students Civil Engineering. undated.
179 44 04031 Faculty/Staff Civil Engineering. undated.
179 45 04033 Research Civil Engineering. undated.
180 1 04040 Students Electrical and Computer Engineering. undated.
180 2 04041 Faculty/Staff Electrical and Computer Engineering. undated.
180 3 04042 Classes Electrical and Computer Engineering. undated.
180 4 04043 Research Electrical and Computer Engineering. undated.
180 5 04047 Facilities Electrical and Computer Engineering. undated.
180 6 04060 Students Mechanical Engineering. undated.
180 7 04061 Faculty/Staff Mechanical Engineering. undated.
180 8 04062 Classes Mechanical Engineering. undated.
180 9 04063 Research Mechanical Engineering. undated.
180 10 05001 Faculty/Staff General Liberal Arts. undated.
180 11 05004 Events/Perform/Dignitaries General Liberal Arts. undated.
180 12 05010 Students Anthropology Liberal Arts. undated.
180 13 05013 Research Anthropology Liberal Arts. undated.
180 14 05020 Students Art Liberal Arts. undated.
180 15 05021 Faculty/Staff Art Liberal Arts. undated.
180 16 05022 Classes Art Liberal Arts. undated.
180 17 05024 Events/Perform/Dignitaries Art Liberal Arts. undated.
180 18 05025 Internships/Outreach Art Liberal Arts. undated.
180 19 05026 Programs/Services Art Liberal Arts. undated.
180 20 05040 Students English Liberal Arts. undated.
180 21 05041 Faculty/Staff English Liberal Arts. undated.
180 22 05042 Classroom English Liberal Arts. undated.
180 23 05043 Research English Liberal Arts. undated.
180 24 05046 Programs/Services English Liberal Arts. undated.
180 25 05047 Facilities English Liberal Arts. undated.
180 26 05051 Faculty/Staff Foreign Languages and Literatures. undated.
180 27 05052 Classes Foreign Languages and Literatures. undated.
180 28 05054 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Foreign Languages and Literatures. undated.
180 29 05060 Students History. undated.
180 30 05061 Faculty/Staff History Liberal Arts. undated.
180 31 05068 Liberal Arts/History/Awards Recognition. undated.
180 32 05070 Students Music, Theater, and Dance Liberal Arts. undated.
180 33 05071 Faculty/Staff Music, Theater, and Dance Liberal Arts. undated.
180 34 05072 Classes Music, Theater, and Dance Liberal Arts. undated.
180 35 05073 Research Music, Theater and Dance Liberal Arts. undated.
180 36-41 05074 Events/Performance/Dignitaries Music, Theater, and Dance Liberal Arts. undated.
181 1 05081 Faculty/Staff Philosophy Liberal Arts. undated.
181 2 05082 Classes Philosophy. undated.
181 3 05090 Students Political Science Liberal Arts. undated.
181 4 05091 Faculty/Staff Political Science. undated.
181 5 05101 Faculty/Staff Sociology Liberal Arts. undated.
181 6 05102 Classroom Sociology. undated.
181 7 05110 Students Speech Communication. undated.
181 8 05111 Faculty/Staff Speech Communication. undated.
181 9 05112 Classes Speech Communication. undated.
181 10 05118 Awards/Recognition/Dedications Speech Communication. undated.
181 11 05120 Students Journalism and Technical Communication. undated.
181 12 05121 Faculty/Staff Journalism and Technical Communication. undated.
181 13 05122 Classes Journalism and Technical Communication. undated.
181 14 05123 Research Journalism and Technical Communication. undated.
181 15 06001 Faculty/Staff General Natural Resources. undated.
181 16 06002 Classroom General Natural Resources. undated.
181 17 06003 Research General Natural Resources. undated.
181 18 06006 Programs/Services General Natural Resources. undated.
181 19 06008 Awards/Recognition/Dedications General Natural Resources. undated.
181 20 06010 Students Earth Resources Natural Resources. undated.
181 21 06011 Faculty Earth Resources. undated.
181 22 06012 Classroom Earth Resources. undated.
181 23 06020 Students Fishery and Wildlife Biology. undated.
181 24 06021 Faculty/Staff Fishery and Wildlife Biology. undated.
181 25 06023 Research Fishery and Wildlife Biology. undated.
181 26 06030 Students Forest Sciences. undated.
181 27 06031 Faculty/Staff Forest Sciences. undated.
181 28 06032 Classes Forest Sciences. undated.
181 29 06033 Research Forest Sciences. undated.
181 30 06041 Faculty/Staff Natural Resources Ecology Lab. undated.
181 31 06043 Research Natural Resources Ecology Lab. undated.
181 32 06051 Students Rangeland and Ecosystem Science. undated.
181 33 06052 Classes Rangeland and Ecosystem Science. undated.
181 34 06054 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Rangeland and Ecosystem Science. undated.
181 35 06055 Internships/Outreach Rangeland and Ecosystem Science. undated.
181 36 06060 Students Natural Resources Recreation and Tourism. undated.
181 37 06061 Faculty/Staff Natural Resources Recreation and Tourism. undated.
181 38 06065 Internships Natural Resources Recreation and Tourism. undated.
181 39 07001 Faculty/Staff General Natural Sciences. undated.
181 40 07004 Events/Performances/Dignitaries General Natural Sciences. undated.
181 41 07006 Programs/Services General Natural Sciences. undated.
181 42 07010 Students Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. undated.
181 43 07013 Research Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. undated.
181 44 07021 Faculty/Staff Biology Natural Sciences. undated.
181 45 07022 Classroom Biology Natural Sciences. undated.
181 46 07023 Research Biology Natural Sciences. undated.
181 47 07040 Students Chemistry Natural Sciences. undated.
181 48-49 07041 Faculty/Staff Chemistry Natural Sciences. undated.
181 50 07042 Classes Chemistry Natural Sciences. undated.
181 51 07043 Research Chemistry Natural Sciences. undated.
182 1 07049 Misc Chemistry Natural Sciences. undated.
182 2 07050 Students Computer Science Natural Sciences. undated.
182 3 07051 Faculty/Staff Computer Science Natural Sciences. undated.
182 4 07052 Classes Computer Science. undated.
182 5 07053 Research Computer Science. undated.
182 6 07057 Facilities Computer Science. undated.
182 7 02061 Faculty/Staff Industrial Science Applied Human Sciences. undated.
182 8 07062 Classroom Mathematics Natural Sciences. undated.
182 9 07063 Research Mathematics. undated.
182 10 07064 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Mathematics. undated.
182 11 07070 Students Physics. undated.
182 12 07071 Faculty/Staff Physics. undated.
182 13 07072 Classroom Physics. undated.
182 14 07073 Research Physics. undated.
182 15 07076 Programs/Services Physics. undated.
182 16 07079 Misc Physics. undated.
182 17 07080 Students Psychology. undated.
182 18 07081 Faculty/Staff Psychology. undated.
182 19 07082 Classes Psychology. undated.
182 20 07083 Research Psychology. undated.
182 21 07091 Faculty/Staff Statistics. undated.
182 22 08001 Faculty/Staff General VetMed and BioMed Sciences. undated.
182 23 08006 Programs/Services VetMed and BioMed Sciences. undated.
182 24 08008 Awards/Recognitions/Dedications General VetMed and BioMed Sciences. undated.
182 25 08011 Faculty/Staff Anatomy and Neurobiology VetMed and BioMed Sciences. undated.
182 26 08012 Classes Anatomy and Neurobiology. undated.
182 27 08013 Research Anatomy and Neurobiology. undated.
182 28 08018 Awards/Recognitions/Dedications Anatomy and Neurobiology. undated.
182 29 08020 Students Clinical Sciences VetMed and BioMed Sciences. undated.
182 30 08021 Faculty/Staff Clinical Sciences. undated.
182 31 08023 Research Clinical Sciences. undated.
182 32 08026 Programs/Services Clinical Sciences. undated.
182 33 08030 Students Environmental Health VetMed and BioMed Sciences. undated.
182 34 08031 Faculty/Staff Environmental Health. undated.
182 35 08032 Classes Environmental Health. undated.
182 36 08033 Research Environmental Health. undated.
182 37 08036 Programs/Services Environmental Health. undated.
182 38 08040 Students Microbiology. undated.
182 39 08041 Faculty/Staff Physiology VetMed and BioMed Sciences. undated.
182 40 08043 Research Microbiology. undated.
182 41 08047 Facilities Microbio VetMed and BioMed Sciences. undated.
182 42 08050 Students Pathology VetMed and BioMed Sciences. undated.
182 43 08051 Faculty/Staff Pathology. undated.
182 44 08052 Classroom Pathology. undated.
182 45 08061 Faculty/Staff Physiology VetMed and BioMed Sciences. undated.
182 46 08062 Classes Physiology. undated.
182 47 08063 Research Physiology. undated.
182 48 08071 Faculty/Staff Radiological Health Sciences. undated.
182 49 08073 Research Radiological Health Sciences. undated.
182 50 08077 Facilities Radiological Health Sciences. undated.
182 51 08086 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Veterinary Teaching Hospital. undated.
182 52 09001 Faculty/Staff General Graduate School. undated.
182 53 09023 Research Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere. undated.
182 54 10001 Faculty/Staff General Agricultural Experiment. undated.
182 55 10004 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Agricultural Experiment. undated.
182 56 10009 Misc General Agricultural Experiment. undated.
183 1 1002X Arkansas Valley Research Center Agricultural. undated.
183 2 10023 Research Agricultural Experiment. undated.
183 3 10053 Research Fruita Research Center Agricultural Experiment. undated.
183 4 10057 Facilities Fruita Research Center Agricultural Experiment. undated.
183 5 10061 Faculty/Staff Mountain Meadow Research Center. undated.
183 6 10064 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Mountain Meadow Research. undated.
183 7 10073 Research Orchard Mesa Agricultural Experiment Station. undated.
183 8 10091 Students Rogers Mesa Research Center Agricultural Experiment. undated.
183 9 10113 Research San Louis Valley Research Center Agricultural. undated.
183 10 10114 Events/Performances/Dignitaries San Louis Valley Research. undated.
183 11 11001 Faculty/Staff General Cooperative Extension. undated.
183 12 11026 Programs/Services Consumer Family Education Cooperative Extension. undated.
183 13 14000 Friends General VP for University Advancement. undated.
183 14 14001 Faculty/Staff General VP for University Advancement. undated.
183 15 14004 General VP for University Advancement. undated.
183 16 14006 Programs/Services General VP for University Advancement. undated.
183 17-21 14010 Alumni Relations VP for University Advancement. undated.
183 22 14011 Faculty/Staff Alumni Relations VP for University Advancement. undated.
183 23-26 14014 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Alumni Relations VP for University Advancement. undated.
184 1 14021 Faculty/Staff University Relations VP for University Advancement. undated.
184 2 14024 Events/Performances/Dignitaries University Relations VP for University Advancement. undated.
184 3 14026 Programs/Services University Relations VP for University Advancement. undated.
184 4 14027 Facilities University Relations VP for University Advancement. undated.
184 5 14029 Misc. University Relations VP for University Advancement. undated.
184 6 14031 Faculty/Staff University Development VP for University Advancement. undated.
184 7 14034 Events/Performances/Dignitaries University Development VP for University Advancement. undated.
184 8 14036 Programs/Services University Development VP for University Advancement. undated.
184 9 15001 Faculty/Staff General VP for Research. undated.
184 10 15004 Events/Performances/Dignitaries General VP for Research. undated.
184 11 15009 Misc. General VP for Research. undated.
184 12 15011 Faculty/Staff Academic Comp. and Network Services VP for Research. undated.
184 13 15016 Programs/Services Academic Comp. and Network Services. undated.
184 14 16006 Programs/Services General Provost Academic VP. undated.
184 15 16011 Faculty/Staff Div. of Armed Forces Provost Academic VP. undated.
184 16 16012 Classes Div. of Armed Forces Provost Academic VP. undated.
184 17 16014 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Provost Academic VP. undated.
184 18-19 16020 Students Div. of Continuing Ed. Provost Academic VP. undated.
184 20 16021 Faculty/Staff Div. of Cont. Ed. undated.
184 21 16022 Classes Div. of Cont. Ed. undated.
184 22 16024 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Div. of Cont. Ed. undated.
184 23 16025 Outreach Events/Performances/Dignitaries Div. of Cont. Ed. undated.
184 24 16026 Programs/Services Div. of Cont. Ed. undated.
184 25 16027 Facilities Div. of Cont. Ed. undated.
184 26 16029 Misc. Div. of Cont. Ed. undated.
184 27 16040 Students Honors Program Provost Academic VP. undated.
184 28 16071 Faculty/Staff Libraries. undated.
184 29 16074 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Libraries. undated.
184 30 16076 Programs/Services Libraries. undated.
184 31 16077 Facilities Libraries. undated.
184 32 16079 Misc. Libraries. undated.
184 33 17041 Faculty/Staff Facilities Operations VP for Admin. Services. undated.
184 34 17046 Programs/Services Facilities Operations. undated.
184 35 17049 Misc. Facilities Operations. undated.
185 28-29 20066 Programs/Services Community Services. 1990, undated.
185 1 17056 Programs/Services Human Resource Services VP for Admin. undated.
185 2 17061 Faculty/Staff Police Department VP for Admin Services. undated.
185 3 17066 Programs/Services Police Department. undated.
185 4 17069 Misc Police Department. undated.
185 5 19001 Faculty/Staff General President. undated.
185 6 19004 Events/Performances/Dignitaries General President. undated.
185 7 20001 Faculty/Staff General VP for Student Affairs. undated.
185 8 20004 Events/Performances/Dignitaries General VP for Student Affairs. undated.
185 9 20006 Programs/Services General VP for Student Affairs. undated.
185 10 20016 Programs/Services Academic Advancement Center. undated.
185 11 20020 Students Admissions and Records. undated.
185 12 20021 Faculty/Staff Admissions and Records. undated.
185 13 20024 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Admissions and Records. undated.
185 14 20026 Programs/Services Admissions and Records. undated.
185 15 20029 Misc Admissions and Records. undated.
185 16 20030 Students Asian American Students VP for Student Affairs. undated.
185 17 20031 Faculty/Staff Asian American Students. undated.
185 18 20034 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Asian American Students. undated.
185 19 20040 Students Black Student Services VP for Student Affairs. undated.
185 20 20041 Faculty/Staff Black Student Services. undated.
185 21 20044 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Black Student Services. undated.
185 22 20046 Programs/Services Black Student Services. undated.
185 23 20051 Faculty/Staff Career Center VP for Student Affairs. undated.
185 24 20054 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Career Center. undated.
185 25 20057 Facilities Career Center. undated.
185 26 20060 Students Community Services VP for Student Affairs. undated.
185 27 20064 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Community Services. undated.
185 30 20076 Programs/Services Conference Services. undated.
185 31 20086 Programs/Services Counseling Services VP for Student Affairs. undated.
185 32 20094 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Disabled Students VP for Student Affairs. undated.
185 33 20110 Students Education Access and Outreach VP for Student Affairs. undated.
185 34 20111 Faculty/Staff Education Access and Outreach. undated.
185 35 20116 Programs/Services Education Access and Outreach. undated.
185 36-40 20120 Students Housing and Food Services VP for Student Affairs. undated.
186 1 20121 Faculty/Staff Housing and Food Services. undated.
186 2 20124 Events/Performance/Dignitaries Housing and Food Services. undated.
186 3-4 20126 Programs/Services Housing and Food Services. undated.
186 5 20127 Facilities Housing and Food Services. undated.
186 6 20128 Awards/Recognition/Dedications Housing and Food Services. undated.
186 7 20129 Misc Housing and Food Services. undated.
186 8 20130 Students El Centro/Hispanic Student Services. undated.
186 9 20131 Faculty/Staff El Centro/Hispanic Student Services. undated.
186 10 20134 Events/Performances/Dignitaries El Centro/Hispanic Student Services. undated.
186 11 20136 Programs/Services El Centro/Hispanic Student Services. undated.
186 12 20146 Enrollment Services VP for Student Affairs. undated.
186 13 20159 Misc Financial Aid; Student Employment. undated.
186 14 20161 Health Services; University. undated.
186 15 20166 Programs/Services University Health Services. undated.
186 16 20167 Facilities University Health Services. undated.
186 17 20171 Faculty/Staff/Coaches Recreational Sports. undated.
186 18 20172 Classes Recreational Sports. undated.
186 19 20176 Programs/Services Recreational Sports. undated.
186 20 20177 Facilities Recreational Sports. undated.
186 21 20178 Awards/Recognition/Dedications Recreational Sports. undated.
186 22 20181 Faculty/Staff Success Center. undated.
186 23 20184 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Help/Success Center. undated.
186 24 20186 Programs/Services Help/Success Center. undated.
186 25 20191 Faculty/Staff International Students Affairs. undated.
186 26 20194 Events/Performances/Dignitaries International Student Affairs. undated.
186 27 20220 Students Native American Student Services. undated.
186 28 20221 Faculty/Staff Native American Student Services. undated.
186 29 20224 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Native American Student Services. undated.
186 30 20250 Student Center, Lory. undated.
186 31 20251 Faculty/Staff Lory Student Center. undated.
186 32 20254 Events/Performances/Dignitaries Lory Student Center. undated.
186 33 20256 Programs/Services Lory Student Center. undated.
186 34 20257 Facilities Lory Student Center. undated.
187 1 20274 Events; Performances; Dignitaries; Greeks. undated.
187 2 20286 Programs/Services Student Media. undated.
187 3 20296 Programs/Services. undated.
187 4 21001 Faculty/Staff General Intercollegiate Athletics. undated.
187 5 21021 Coaches Men's Basketball Intercollegiate Athletics. undated.
187 6 21022 Games Men's Basketball. undated.
187 7 21032 Games Women's Basketball Intercollegiate Athletics. undated.
187 8 21041 Coaches Women's Basketball Intercollegiate Athletics. undated.
187 9 21042. undated.
187 10 21049 Misc Football Intercollegiate Athletics. undated.
187 11 21051 Coaches Golf Intercollegiate Athletics. undated.
187 12 21054 Tournament Golf. undated.
187 13 21092 Meets Track Intercollegiate Athletics. undated.
187 14 21152 Games Softball Intercollegiate Athletics. undated.
187 15 21171 Coaches Women's Swimming Intercollegiate Athletics. undated.
187 16 21182 Games Women's Volleyball Intercollegiate Athletics. undated.
187 17 22008 Awards/Dedications General Non-University Organizations. undated.
187 18 22051 Faculty/Staff CSU Foundation Non-University Organizations. undated.
187 19 22057 Facilities CSU Foundation Non-University Organizations. undated.
187 20 22066 Programs/Services CSU Foundation Non-University Organizations. undated.
187 21 22093 Research USDA Non-University Organizations. undated.
187 22-29 23010 Students Scenics Campus. undated.
188 17 [Coors Dedication]. 1993.
188 27 Agriculture. 1989-1990, undated.
188 22 Plant Pathology and Weed Sciences-Aiming for Success. 1990, undated.
188 26 Plant Pathology and Weed Sciences-College of Agricultural Sciences. 1990, undated.
188 19-20 [Misc Negatives/Photos/Contacts]. 1992-1993, undated.
188 30 Stock Show. 1993, undated.
188 28 Agriculture/Stock Show. 1994, undated.
188 1 23012 Classes/Scenics Campus. undated.
188 2 23013 Research/Scenics Campus. undated.
188 3-6 23014 Events/Performances/Dignitaries/Scenics Campus. undated.
188 7-12 23017 Facilities/Scenics Campus. undated.
188 13 23019 Misc/Scenics Campus. undated.
188 14 23027 Facilities/Buildings Campus. undated.
188 15 Hansen-CSU History. undated.
188 16 Background/Covers. undated.
188 18 Comment. undated.
188 21 01XXX Agricultural Sciences. undated.
188 23 Research Bulletin-Gary Smith Animal Science. undated.
188 24 Gary Smith. undated.
188 25 Ag Sciences Alumni Newsletter. undated.
188 29 Ag. undated.
189 11 Awards 1989 Negatives. 1989.
189 9 Working with People Fair. 1994.
189 42 Admissions 1994. 1994.
189 28 Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. 1989, 1992-93, undated.
189 19 Cecilia Marin. 1989, 1993, undated.
189 58 Executive Development Institute. 1989, undated.
189 60 Business. 1990, 1994, undated.
189 43-51 Dance Negatives. 1990-1993, 1996, 1998-2001.
189 31-39 Dance Contacts. 1990-93, 1995, 1998-2001.
189 15-17 Applied Human Sciences. 1991, 1993, undated.
189 23 Holmes Rolston. 1991, 1993, undated.
189 41 Lib Arts. 1992, 1994, undated.
189 7 Research Bulletin Barbara Olives. 1992, undated.
189 24 Research Bulletin Writing, English/Tech Journalism. 1992, undated.
189 26 AHSS. 1992, undated.
189 55 Research Bulletin Kent Zumwalt-Real Estate. 1992, undated.
189 59 Business. 1992-1993, undated.
189 5 Jennifer Anderson. 1993, undated.
189 21 03XXX Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences [Misc]. 1993, undated.
189 22 History-Bill Griswold. 1993, undated.
189 25 [Psychology]. 1993, undated.
189 18 Exercise and Sports Science. 1994, undated.
189 8 Applied Human Sciences Newsletters. 1995, undated.
189 56 EMBA. 1995, undated.
189 52 Futures Business. 1996, undated.
189 30 Theater. 1998, 2000, undated.
189 1 [Misc]. undated.
189 2 02XXX Applied Human Sciences. undated.
189 3 Ellie Gilfoyle Prints of 14 and 17. undated.
189 4 Industrial Sciences. undated.
189 6 Lee Carter. undated.
189 10 Title Slide Originals. undated.
189 12 Human Dimensions. undated.
189 13 Applied Human Sciences. undated.
189 14 Home Economics Education. undated.
189 20 Agriculture. undated.
189 27 AHSS Music Therapy. undated.
189 29 [Organ Photos]. undated.
189 40 Photos [Dance]. undated.
189 53 Business Ad. undated.
189 54 Rockwell. undated.
189 57 Business Futures. undated.
190 1 [Admin Publications]. 1993.
190 41 Alumni Spring 1995. 1995.
190 7 Alumni Relations Celebration. 1996.
190 5 Comment. 1990, undated.
190 10 Intern Program. 1990, undated.
190 43 Pres. Rep. 1990, undated.
190 40 Mission '90s Negatives. 1990-1991, undated.
190 32 Honors Program. 1991, undated.
190 15 Advancement. 1993, undated.
190 2-3 Public Relations. 1993-1994, undated.
190 11 University Advancement. 1993-1995, undated.
190 8 Student Affairs Development; Former FOSI. 1996, undated.
190 22 [Misc]. 1998, undated.
190 4 Comment. undated.
190 6 [Alumni Misc]. undated.
190 9 Publications Design Intern. undated.
190 12 Development-Report to Investors. undated.
190 13 Alumnus July-August Negatives. undated.
190 14 Development; PR. undated.
190 16 15XXX VP for Research. undated.
190 17 VP for Research. undated.
190 18-20 Research Bulletin. undated.
190 21 RB Extras. undated.
190 23 [No Title]. undated.
190 24 DCE Full Bulletin. undated.
190 25 Cont. Ed. undated.
190 26 DCE Spring. undated.
190 27 DCE. undated.
190 28 Library. undated.
190 29 Continuing Ed. undated.
190 30 Libraries for Pres. Rep. undated.
190 31 Continuing Education. undated.
190 33 Police. undated.
190 34 Police Dept. undated.
190 35 17XXX VP for Administration. undated.
190 36 VP Administration. undated.
190 37 Facilities-Literacy Program. undated.
190 38 19XXX President. undated.
190 39 President's Office. undated.
190 42 Dr. Yates for Pres. Rep. undated.
190 44 Rural Revitalization for Pres. Rep. undated.
190 45 [Misc. Negatives; Dr. Yates]. undated.
191 13 El Centro/Lupe Salazar 1990. 1990.
191 18 Help Center. 1991.
191 20 Student Affairs. 1991.
191 21 Resources for Disabled Students. 1991.
191 41 Alumni. 1991.
191 36 Student Affairs. 1993.
191 37 Housing Ground Breaking. 1993.
191 11 Admissions NHI (Nationals Hispanic Institute). 1994.
191 14 Native American Student Services. 1994.
191 24 Preview 1995. 1995.
191 2 Classroom. 1990, undated.
191 5 Rec Center. 1990, undated.
191 49 General Campus. 1990, undated.
191 7 Admissions. 1990-1992, undated.
191 38-39 21XXX Intercollegiate Athletics. 1990-1993, undated.
191 4 Mission '90s Contacts. 1991, undated.
191 9 Minority Mentoring. 1991, undated.
191 29 Academic Advancement. 1991, undated.
191 27 Upward Bound. 1992, undated.
191 45 1870 Club Invitation to Membership Development 11593. 1992, undated.
191 17 Help Ct. 7, Preview. 1992-1993, undated.
191 22 Admissions. 1992-1993, undated.
191 35 [no title]. 1992-1993, undated.
191 31 Student Organizations. 1993, undated.
191 1 Misc. Photos and Negatives. 1994, undated.
191 44 23XXX Campus. 1994, undated.
191 67 [Eddy Building Misc.]. 1994, undated.
191 3 Honor Lunch-Celebrate CSU. undated.
191 6 Preview 96, Help Ct. 7. undated.
191 8 El Centro. undated.
191 10 Preview. undated.
191 12 Preview. undated.
191 15 Housing, Student Affairs in Higher Education. undated.
191 16 Community Services for Pres. Rep. undated.
191 19 Housing. undated.
191 23 Dare to Be Different. undated.
191 25 Focus. undated.
191 26 Center for Ed. Outreach and Access; Trio. undated.
191 28 Talent Search. undated.
191 30 Collegian. undated.
191 32 Financial Aid. undated.
191 33 Housing. undated.
191 34 Help Center. undated.
191 40 Football. undated.
191 42 Colorado State Magazine. undated.
191 43 CSUF. undated.
191 46 Sutherland. undated.
191 47 Thomas Sutherland Memorial at Oval. undated.
191 48 Fort Collins. undated.
191 50 Graduation. undated.
191 51 Campus for Pres. Rep. undated.
191 52 Non-University Agencies. undated.
191 53 Outdoor Rec. undated.
191 54 Sud Lab. undated.
191 55 Stills. undated.
191 56 Dr. Hustin. undated.
191 57 General Westmoreland. undated.
191 58 Tim Wirth and Philip Austin. undated.
191 59 Malcolm Forbes. undated.
191 60 ID. undated.
191 61 Misc. undated.
191 62 United Way. undated.
191 63 Computer Graphic. undated.
191 64 Campus/Students. undated.
191 65 Scenes-Agricultural. undated.
191 66 Mountains. undated.
191 68 Ft. Collins. undated.
191 69 37XXX Flora/Fauna. undated.
192 53 Coop Ext. 1992.
192 49 To Rose Purcell. 1994.
192 48 [VetMed, BioSci Misc]. 1989-1991, 1994, undated.
192 34 Natural Sciences. 1989-1991, undated.
192 10 06XXX Forestry and Natural Resources. 1990, undated.
192 11 Forestry. 1990, undated.
192 15 Forestry and Natural Sciences. 1991, 1993, undated.
192 22 Hughes. 1991, undated.
192 42 Vet Med. 1992, 1994, undated.
192 3 Bryan Wilson. 1992, undated.
192 4 Research Bulletin-Omnia El-Hakim. 1992, undated.
192 7 Engineering. 1992, undated.
192 13 Research Bulletin-Roger Hoffes GIS. 1992, undated.
192 18 Walter Toki-Physics. 1992, undated.
192 20 07XXX Natural Sciences. 1992, undated.
192 28 Physics Photos. 1992, undated.
192 30 Natural Sciences. 1992, undated.
192 39 Research Bulletin Sue Kinneman Anatomy/Neurobiology. 1992, undated.
192 40 Research Bulletin Lorann Stallones Environmental Health. 1992, undated.
192 43 Vet Med. 1992, undated.
192 54 Exp Stn. 1992, undated.
192 56 Ag. Exp. Stn. Russian Tours. 1992, undated.
192 23 Steve Thompson. 1992-1993, undated.
192 52 Coop Ext-EPNET and Partners in Parenting. 1992-1993, undated.
192 5 Optoelectronics. 1993, undated.
192 6 Engineering. 1993, undated.
192 12 Don Rodriguez. 1993, undated.
192 19 Roger Culver. 1993, undated.
192 44 Insight Spring 93 Vet Med. 1993, undated.
192 46 VetMed Insight. 1993, undated.
192 55 Cooperative Extension. 1993, undated.
192 14 NREL. 1994, undated.
192 16 MINFORS3/BLM. 1994, undated.
192 29 [Natural Sciences-Bio and Chem]. 1994, undated.
192 45 VetMed Report on Private Giving. 1994, undated.
192 50 0900X Graduate School General. 1994, undated.
192 26 Physics Negatives. 1994-1995, undated.
192 21 CNS Slideshow. 1995, undated.
192 41 Insight. 1995, undated.
192 47 Insight. 1995-1995, undated.
192 36 VetMed ARBL. 1995-1996, undated.
192 33 Chemistry Grad Book. 1998, undated.
192 1 05XXX Engineering. undated.
192 2 Bill Gray Atmospheric Sciences. undated.
192 8 [Engineering Misc]. undated.
192 9 Natural Sciences. undated.
192 17 Natural Sciences Outlook. undated.
192 24 CSMHTE Invitation. undated.
192 25 Natural Sciences Outlook. undated.
192 27 [Physics]. undated.
192 31 Physics Grad Book Photos. undated.
192 32 Photos/Artwork. undated.
192 35 08XXX VetMed and BioMed Sciences. undated.
192 37 Joel Bedford. undated.
192 38 Teaching on Rounds. undated.
192 51 Ag Exp Stn. undated.
193 1 1870 Club. undated.
193 2 Alumnus. undated.
193 3 1870 Club Brochure. undated.
193 4 Alumni Relations. undated.
193 5 DCE Fall. undated.
193 6 Denver Center. undated.
193 7 [Misc. Photos and Negatives]. undated.
193 8 Other Photographers. undated.
193 9 Insight. undated.
193 10 AHS Deans. undated.
193 11-12 [Misc. Slides, Photos, Negatives, Contacts]. undated.
193 13 Interior Design Expo 1999 Design 4/Shared/Expo 1999. undated.
193 14 Special Issue Alumni Job. No. 40200. undated.
193 15 Business Futures. undated.
193 16 [Alumni Misc.]. undated.
193 17 Research Bulletin-Animal Physiology. undated.
193 18 John Forgach. undated.
193 19 Alumni Insight. undated.
193 20 Alumni Jan.-Feb. undated.
193 21 Alumni May-June. undated.
193 22 Alumni July-August. undated.
193 23 Alumni Sept.-Oct. undated.
193 24 Vital Connections Slide Show. undated.
193 25-27 Other Photographs. undated.
193 28-29 [Misc. Slides]. undated.
194 1-2 Campus Binder. 1987-1988.
194 3-4 Miscellaneous A-H Binder. 1987-1988.
194 5 Miscellaneous I-Z Binder. 1987-1988.
194 6-7 Admissions Publications Binder. undated.
194 8-10 Business, Engr., Forestry, Nat. Sci., Vet. Med. Binder. undated.
195 1 Our Puritan Heritage and Romantic Writers of New England (incomplete series). 1986.
195 2 Indian Agricultural Development. 1983-1984.
196 2 Black and White Contacts/Diversity/Inter.Athletics/President/Provost/Student Serv./VP Admin./VP Public Aff./VP Research/VP Student Aff. 1985-1987.
196 3 Black and White Negatives/Diversity/Inter.Athletics/President/Provost/Student Serv./VP Admin./VP Public Aff./VP Research/VP Student Aff. 1985-1987.
196 1 Colorado Crop Variety Recommendations. undated.
196 4 Slides Engineering. undated.
197 3-5 Station 3-Fort Collins, CO FCFD. 1980s.
197 1-2 Slides Scenery-Campus, Oval, Lagoon, Fountain. 1980s.
197 10-11 Family Reunion. 1987-1988.
197 6-7 Experiment Station. undated.
197 8 Slides-Natural Sciences. undated.
197 9 Slides-Vet Med. undated.
197 12-13 Slides-Misc. People. undated.
197 14-15 [Misc. Ag. And Comp. Sci.]. undated.
198 10 97 Flood. 1997.
198 9 [Bruce Mittelstadt Slides of Campus 1960s]. 1960s.
198 4 Alumnus Quarterly Slides B&W. 1986-1987.
198 1-2 40. undated.
198 3 People, Buildings. undated.
198 5 Grad. School, Nat. Sci., Vet. Med. undated.
198 6 Business, Eng., Forestry. undated.
198 7 Battle Rock Elementary. undated.
198 8 Alumni Photos, including Mark Bassett's Hondo Photos. undated.
198 11-12 Slides. undated.
198 13 [Misc. Film]. undated.
198 14 [Misc. Negatives]. undated.
198 15 [Misc. Photos]. undated.
198 16 [Misc. Slides]. undated.
199 5 China in 1980: The People's Republic by James Griswold. 1980.
199 3 Semester at Sea-1982 by Jack Culley. 1982.
199 4 Semester at Sea-1982 by David McComb. 1982.
199 12 Nine Major Cities in People's Republic of China by Grant S. Lee. 1982.
199 6-7 The Soviet Union by Jim Long. 1983.
199 8 Vienna, Austria-1981 (With Side Excursions) by Ken Rock. 1983.
199 9 Cultural Europe by Barbara Bernstein. 1983.
199 10 New Zealand, Sydney, Australia and Fiji by James W. Boyd. 1983.
199 11 Poland, Greece, Bulgaria. 1983.
199 13 Art and Architecture from France and England by Harold J. Wassell. 1983.
199 16 Colorado Farmers Visit Three Chinese Cities by Warren Trock. 1983.
199 17 Communes in China by Warren Trock. 1983.
199 14 India: A Land of Intrigue and Contrasts by Judy McKenna. 1984.
199 15 Agriculture, Development, and Landscapes of India-1984 by Gene Wilken. 1984.
199 1-2 The American History Slide Collection. undated.
200 5 Semester at Sea (Sept.-Dec.) 1982 by James W. Boyd. 1982.
200 6 Semester at Sea-1982: Places, People and Scenes of Business From Around the World by Ronald W. Hasty. 1982.
200 1-2 The Province of Jalisco, Mexico by Bill Moseley. 1983.
200 3-4 Study Tour: Hong Kong, China (PRC), Japan, Summer 1982 by Dr. William Timpson. 1983.
200 7 European Tour by Joseph Maga. 1983.
200 8 Kuwait, Egypt, and Turkey-1981-1982 by James Griswold. 1981-1982.
200 9-11 America in the Depression Years. undated.
201 6 Horsetooth Mini Classic Bike Race. 1985.
201 7 Coors Classic, Estes Park. 1985.
201 8 Coors Classic. 1986.
201 22 Masters Tray C. 1988.
201 4 CSU Annual Report. 1989.
201 10 Masters Used in 1991 Preview. 1991.
201 13 Masters CNS Spring. 1992.
201 2 Psychology Lab Vorbict. 1993.
201 5 ARDEC Building. 1993.
201 3 5/95 Graduation. 1995.
201 1 Camp Sky Hight Hope. undated.
201 9 Polaroids of Unidentified Man and Motorcycle. undated.
201 11 Masters Used in 1870 Show. undated.
201 12 Pingree Fire Dupes. undated.
201 14 Reflection 200 Masters. undated.
201 15 Histories from "Reflections" 2 or 3 each. undated.
201 16 Masters Used in Fall CNS Update. undated.
201 17 Single Projector Reflections Numbered Back Up Set Box 1. undated.
201 18 Unnumbered Box 2 (copies of Box 2). undated.
201 19 Untitled Computer Pics. undated.
201 20 Masters Tray A. undated.
201 21 Masters Tray B. undated.
201 23 No Title. undated.
201 24 No Title - Athletics. undated.
201 25-26 CNS Masters. undated.
201 Small Box CNS Slides. undated.