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History of Colorado School of Mines

Who's a Miner? Biographical

Mines publications are a good source of information and can include:

  • Lists of students and faculty (early Catalogs)
  • Portraits and photographs (Prospector Year Books, Mines Magazine)
  • News items, obituaries (Mines Magazine, Oredigger Newspaper)

More from the R&LW Mining History Archive

See the Russell L. & Lyn Wood Mining History Archive for:

A0016 Clark Bailey Carpenter Collection -- Faculty member who corresponded with former students in World War II.

A0041 L. W. "Lett" Leroy Collection -- Faculty member; author of "Fading Shadows."

A0042 Lloyd Madden Collection-- Class of 1940; one of Mines' most famous football players.

A0045 Grace McDermut Mulligan Collection -- Class of 1903; second woman graduate of the School.

A0052 Florence Caldwell Collection -- Class of 1898; first woman graduate of the School.


Research: Mines Faculty, Students & Alumni

Mines faculty, student and alumni publications can be found in core databases according to subject, for example:

Our People

Oval portraits of the Class of 1907, arranged in a cluster around the wording "Class of 1907"

Crowd of students at the E-Days orecart pull event

Grace McDermut Mulligan, Engineer of Mines graduate 1903 (portrait)

Two ROTC students swinging across overhead bars from hand to hand; others look on