Author Archives: ahcadmin

Back to the Future in Wyoming: Addressing 1980s Energy Boom Impacts in Evanston

“I’ve got to see it to believe it” was Evanston mayor Dennis Ottley’s first reaction when he heard about the Overthrust Industrial Association (OIA). A 1983 issue of the Christian Science Monitor, reported that Ottley was incredulous that an industry-backed … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Geology, Economic History, energy resources, Local history, Natural resources, Western history, western politics and leadership, Wyoming, Wyoming history | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

New Finding Aids: August 2019

We’ve had a busy and productive summer processing collections! Here’s another round of finding aids we’ve published so you can see what we’ve been up to. As a reminder, Finding Aids act as a table of contents for our collections. … Continue reading

Posted in Digital collections, Hollywood history, Laramie, LGBT, LGBTQIA+, Local history, military history, Motion picture actors and actresses, motion picture history, Natural resources, newly digitized collections, newly processed collections, oral histories, Out West in the Rockies, popular culture, University of Wyoming, University of Wyoming history, Western history, Wyoming history | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Archives Rewind Vol. 6

It’s hard to believe it’s August already. Time flies while we’re busy archiving. It’s that time again — more highlights from rewinding our “Archives on the Air” series. Let’s rewind Volume 6… Episode 70 – The Flying Nun – The … Continue reading

Posted in Archives on the Air, Motion picture actors and actresses, motion picture history, music, Sports and Recreation, television history, western politics and leadership | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Navigating Botany Led by W.G. Solheim I

Wilhelm G. Solheim was born in Stoughton, Wisconsin, in 1898. He earned his M.A. degree in 1926, followed by his Doctorate in 1928, from the University of Illinois. He came to UW that next year and worked as professor emeritus … Continue reading

Posted in Agricultural history, Agriculture, environmental history, faculty/staff profiles, Interns' projects, Local history, University of Wyoming, University of Wyoming history, Wyoming, Wyoming history | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

New Finding Aids: July 2019

The faculty have been processing collections left and right, so here’s another round of new finding aids we’ve published. As a reminder, Finding Aids act as a table of contents for our collections. These aids help you find information about … Continue reading

Posted in Archival Film, Digital collections, energy resources, environmental history, Finding Aids, Heart Mountain, newly digitized collections, newly processed collections, University of Wyoming, University of Wyoming history, Wyoming, Wyoming history | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Folklife in Wyoming

Folklife is a complex, important and large component of culture. It encompasses the art, traditions and knowledge that passes down among a group of people and can be seen through dance, music, artwork, storytelling, ceremonies and belief sharing. While sometimes … Continue reading

Posted in Local history, oral histories, Wyoming, Wyoming history | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Archives Rewind Vol. 5

Welcome back! It’s that time again — more highlights from rewinding our “Archives on the Air” series. Let’s get Volume 5 on rewind… Episode 163 – Wyoming Defends Woman’s Suffrage – Morton E. Post Famly Papers  Women’s Suffrage has been … Continue reading

Posted in African American history, Archives on the Air, Blacklisting, Bolivian history, Communism, Gale McGee, Local history, Martin Luther King Jr., Motion picture actors and actresses, Politics, Suffrage -- United States, Women -- suffrage, women's history, Wyoming, Wyoming history | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

New Finding Aids: June 2019

We’ll we’ve been really busy this summer processing collections — so much so we’re publishing another round this quickly! As a reminder, Finding Aids act as a table of contents for our collections. These aids help you find information about … Continue reading

Posted in Agricultural history, Agriculture, Digital collections, environmental history, Finding Aids, Local history, newly digitized collections, newly processed collections, Politics, Suffrage -- United States, University of Wyoming, University of Wyoming history, Women -- suffrage, women's history | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Traveling With the Ninth Cavalry

The 9th United States Cavalry was formed during the Civil War as a segregated unit with African American troopers and white officers. The regiment was stationed in the West in 1867 and served in Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, … Continue reading

Posted in African American history, military history, Western history, Wyoming, Wyoming history | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Archives Rewind Vol. 4

Another Monday, another blog — time for round four of our “Archives Rewind” series. Let’s dive in and see what we can come up with today, shall we? Rewinding for Volume 4… Episode 92 – Downtown Cheyenne – Verna Edicott … Continue reading

Posted in Archives on the Air, motion picture history, Uncategorized, University of Wyoming, University of Wyoming history, Wyoming, Wyoming history | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment