Answered By: David Kruger
Last Updated: Jul 01, 2016     Views: 13

We recommend starting with a book the University of Wyoming had history professor Deborah Hardy write in 1986, titled "Wyoming University:  the First 100 Years."  Hardy breaks the history down by period, which you could easily peruse based on your date range.  The call number is  LD6267.5 .H37 1986 and it will be located in the basement of Coe Library, in the Folio section.  If you are unsure of this location within the building, stop by the Help Desk on the main level (to the left as you walk in) and they can guide you.  Beyond this, you may also want to take a look at Rick Ewig and Tamsen Hert's 2014 photo book "University of Wyoming," with call number LD6267.5 .E955 2012  on level 3 of Coe Library.  

We would also recommend speaking to Tamsen directly if you want a "human response."  She knows the history of UW quite well, and works here in Coe Library in the Emmett Chisum Special Collections room on level 3 of Coe Library.  Her email is thert@uwyo.edu, or 307 766-6245.

 

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