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  • People : Family, Charles Lummis, miscellaneous, circa 1880s-1920s. Portraits of miscellaneous unidentified 

    Contributor:Lummis, Charles Fletcher, 1859-1928
    Date:1880?-1920?
    Portraits of miscellaneous unidentified contains twelve photographic prints of various individuals by Charles Fletcher Lummis.
  • People : Family, Charles Lummis, miscellaneous, circa 1880s-1920s. Portraits of Charles Lummis 

    Contributor:Lummis, Charles Fletcher, 1859-1928
    Date:1880?-1920?
    Portraits of Charles Lummis contains thirty-nine photographic prints of Lummis throughout his life taken by himself, other photographers and artists to include T. E. Stanton, Gerald Cassidy, Oscar Maurer, Mojonier (A. ...
  • People : Family, Charles Lummis, miscellaneous, circa 1880s-1920s. Portraits of miscellaneous 

    Contributor:Lummis, Charles Fletcher, 1859-1928
    Date:1880?-1920?
    Portraits of miscellaneous contains fifty-six photographic prints of various individuals by Charles Fletcher Lummis.
  • People : Family, Charles Lummis, miscellaneous, circa 1880s-1920s. Portraits of family unidentified 

    Contributor:Lummis, Charles Fletcher, 1859-1928
    Date:1880?-1920?
    Portraits of family unidentified contains eleven photographic prints by Charles Fletcher Lummis. Images are of women and children.
  • People : Family, Charles Lummis, miscellaneous, circa 1880s-1920s. Portraits of family 

    Contributor:Lummis, Charles Fletcher, 1859-1928
    Date:1880?-1920?
    Portraits of family contains sixty-one photographic prints. Most photographs were taken by Charles Fletcher Lummis but there are a few taken by Mojonnier, who is believed to be A. Louis Mojonier (1869-1944). Images are ...
  • Sarah Fish : capstone 

    Contributor:Fish, Sarah
    Date Submitted:2017
    Depicting what can not be physically seen has always driven my work. How does one capture a state of mind, an emotion, an illness that can’t be seen with the eye? I present three narratives experienced through the mind of ...
  • Leonard Rodriguez : capstone 

    Contributor:Leonard, Rodriguez
    Date Submitted:2017
    For the longest time I never really considered myself a very artistic or creative person. What drew me to the art world was a tendency to think in different ways then the people around me. Through various means I learned ...
  • Tactics for negotiating agreements through collaborative decision-making processes 

    Contributor:Lynn, Jewlya; Colorado Institute of Public Policy
    Date:2006-01
    Negotiation has been used in many natural resource dialogues, including a wide range of watershed issues. According to the legislation authorizing the Interbasin Compact Charter, a framework for negotiation is an essential ...
  • Connecting Colorado : overcoming the disconnects that lead to health disparities 

    Contributor:Colorado Institute of Public Policy
    Date:2007-03
  • Forest and rangeland management in the intermountain west : emerging opportunities for collaboration 

    Contributor:Swanson, Louis E.; Cheng, Tony; Davis, Charles E.; Fiege, Mark T.; Colorado Institute of Public Policy
    Date:2006-08
    Forest and Rangeland Management uses current examples from the western U.S. to examine the principles of collaborative resource management. It finds evidence that groups can be innovative and effective, particularly when ...
  • Community capacity assessment 

    Contributor:Colorado Institute of Public Policy; Jefferson County (Colo.). Division of Human Services
    Date:2005-02
  • Bio-pharming in Colorado : a guide to issues for making informed choices 

    Contributor:Colorado Institute of Public Policy
    Date:2004-10
    Making informed decisions about bio-pharming in Colorado comes down to case-by-case analysis of economic-development benefits and health, environmental and market-related risks. Raising genetically engineered crops for ...
  • Systems of care literature review 

    Contributor:Colorado Institute of Public Policy; Jefferson County (Colo.). Division of Human Services
    Date:2004?
    Systems of Care (SOC) was developed for the delivery of children's mental health services (Stroul and Friedman, 1996). Given the complexity of services needed, the number of agencies involved in the child's life as well ...
  • A child's crusade 

    Contributor:Keith, Jeff
    Date:1971
    A brilliant, hauntingly written story about some of the first Vietnam Veterans returning to America with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, before the illness had a name. As the journey evolves from childhood into adulthood, ...
  • Jamie Hettinger : capstone 

    Contributor:Hettinger, Jamie
    Date Submitted:2017
    My recent artwork reflects the stresses I feel personally about my own home and my resistance to live peacefully within it. As a result of this, I began thinking about what makes an ideal woman and where I belong in this ...
  • Emily Andersen Arends : capstone 

    Contributor:Andersen Arends, Emily
    Date Submitted:2017
    Every women’s body tells a unique story: the stages of her life, the tasks her body has undertaken, and the wonders of its many shapes and forms. Wrinkles tell the story of the past. There is a beauty in how the events of ...
  • Steven Osika : capstone 

    Contributor:Osika, Steven
    Date Submitted:2017
    I’ve learned that everything that exists in this world has gone through some form of design. It is a fundamental base for everything that is created and is existential to the world that surrounds us. Our minds are adapted ...
  • Endangered species and biodiversity 

    Contributor:Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
    Date:2018
    Anthropocene enthusiasts assert the dominant human place in nature, conservation policy, and the biosphere, with plans for managing, even re-engineering the planet. This worldview de-emphasizes the goal of protecting nature ...
  • Charis Christopher : capstone 

    Contributor:Christopher, Charis
    Date Submitted:2017
    Charis Christopher. Ephemeral Undulations at Tea Time. e·phem·er·al, /əˈfem(ə)rəl/, lasting for a very short time, synonyms: temporary, momentary, brief, fleeting, impermanent. un·du·late, /ˈənjəˌlāt/, move with a smooth ...
  • Measuring seepage from irrigation channels 

    Contributor:Robinson, A. R. (August Robert), 1921-; Rohwer, Carl; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1959

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