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This collection contains meeting notes, bylaws, newsletters, event information, volunteer informations, and newsletters from the Associates of DBG.
This collection contains material created and collected by Audrey C. Hildreth, past director of the Denver Botanic Gardens. The materials include awards and nominations, articles, correspondence, and bibliographies of articles written by Hildreth.
The botanical stamps collection contains two separate collections of stamps collected and arranged by Kathryn Kalmbach, avid stamps collector and plant research and significant historical figure of Denver Botanic Gardens, and Margo PoKempner, Atmospheric Physicist and hobbyist stamp collector. Additionally to botanical stamps, the collection contains a small number of stamps with animals and other subjects, as well as materials and equipment used in stamp collecting.
The Bound Herbaria collection contains various collections of pressed plants.
Collection of manuscripts, photographs, and glass negatives. Many materials pertain to an intended but unrealized book publication.
Denver Botanic Gardens Artifact and Memorabilia Collection contains physical objects and artifacts from throughout the Gardens.
The Blueprints collection contains blueprints, plans, drawings, and other records of the plans and construction of Denver Botanic Gardens since its inception.
Denver Botanic Gardens Photograph Collection contains photographs, historical and contemporary of Denver Botanic Gardens. This includes plants, people, events, buildings, and other images related to Denver Botanic Gardens and the history of the institution.
Newsletters, reports, and other materials published by Denver botanic Gardens.
Materials in the Doris Buckels Papers include correspondence, news releases, articles, committee reports, and other documents related to the work done by Doris Buckels as member of the December Events Committee at Denver Botanic Gardens.
The materials in this collection include correspondence, various publications, and other documents related to the time Connors spent at Denver Botanic Gardens.
The Education Department Records hold materials about classes and programs created and managed at Denver Botanic Gardens.
Materials in the E.H. Brunquist Papers include course information, research materials, and personal work.
This collection contains photographs, correspondence, newsletters, awards, meeting minutes, and other materials from various Garden Clubs.
Collection of glass plate negatives and slides.
One (1) box.
The Helen Fowler Library Records contain materials from the history of the library at Denver Botanic Gardens.
The historical biographical files contain materials about individuals related to Denver Botanic Gardens. Materials include clippings, pamphlets, reports, news releases, event information, and other printed materials.
Files from the Horticulture Department contain information on the creation, development, and maintenance of individual gardens at Denver Botanic Gardens as well as other activities of the department. Included are lists of plants, landscape plans, correspondence, published articles, pest control measures, donations, and documents from other botanical organizations.
The Lawrence Long Collection consists of legal documents concerning the formation of DBG and papers related to the business of the board of trustees, including reports, minutes, and correspondence. There are also documents on the construction and dedication of the Conservatory.
The Marketing Publications collection contains publications created by, for, and about Denver Botanic Gardens to promote various events, courses, and other information about the Gardens that would have been distributed to guests, members, and the general public.
Oasis in the City is a Masters Degree thesis by Judith Morley from her time studing at the University of Colorado Denver. The thesis is about the history of Denver Botanic Gardens.
Records from the department of Research and Conservation, consisting of documents and materials from the Kathryn Kalmbach Herbariums of Vascular Plants, the Sam Mitchel Herbarium of Fungi, and the Denver Botanic Gardens Collection of Arhtropods.
Materials currently in this collection are publications Daley received while serving as director, correspondence, and reports for the Gardens.
Rocky Mountain Alpines: Choice Rock Garden Plants of the Rocky Mountains in the Wild and in the Garden, published in 1986 by multiple people including several staff from Denver Botanic Gardens.