Tag Archives: University of Wyoming

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

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New Finding Aids: June 2019

We’re back for round three of Finding Aids updates — if you couldn’t tell, we’ve been busy processing collections! As a reminder, Finding Aids act as a table of contents for our collections. These aids help you find information about … Continue reading

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New Finding Aids: May 2019

Welcome to the second round of our Finding Aids updates! As a reminder, Finding Aids act as a table of contents for our collections. These aids help you find information about specific collections we have, and the information contained in … Continue reading

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Selenium: The Story of Orville A. Beath

Wyoming has often given rise to great ideas and new research, and one such man that succeeded in a major discovery, alongside a team of researchers, was Orville A. Beath. Orville A. Beath was born in Wisconsin in 1884, where … Continue reading

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