Orman Family Papers, 1818-1985
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Brief Description: The collection consists of family scrapbooks, diaries, photographs and rare books.  It also includes various government publications.  These records extensively document various family matters and travels as well as social and political issues of the time. This collection ranges in dates from 1818-1985.
Held at:
Colorado State University-Pueblo Library
2200 Bonforte Blvd.
Pueblo, CO 81001
Phone: 719-549-2475
Fax: 719-549-2738
Email: beverly.allen [at] colostate-pueblo.edu
Created by: Catherine Orman Castille, Ferderick Bradley Orman,III, Mary Nell Orman Barringer
Volume: 48.0 Boxes

The records are arranged into five series, as follows:

Series 1: Scrapbooks

Series 2: Diaries

Series 3: Publications

Series 4: Artifacts

Series 5: Delicate and Damaged

Series 6: Reference Materials

Biographical Note for Catherine Orman Castille, Ferderick Bradley Orman,III, Mary Nell Orman Barringer : The Orman family (former Colorado Governor James B. Orman) have been well-known donors of historical items to the Colorado State University of Pueblo Archives and Special Collections. Most notably the Orman Native American Artifacts Collection which houses five hundred various artifacts.
Access Restrictions: There are no access restrictions on this collection.  Note: The "Orman Master Scrapbook Log_4-30-22.xls" is an electronic file (Excel) that is a cross-reference tool for accessing the descriptons of items located within the 98 scrapbooks of the Orman Family Papers.  Please see the University Archivist to request access to this cross-reference tool.
Subject Index
Colorado State University-Pueblo -- History
Ella Catherine Matty Orman
Frederick Bradley Orman, Sir
Governor Alva Adams
Governor James B. Orman
Joseph H. Matty
Nellie Martin Orman
Orman Family Collections
Pueblo (Colo.) -- History -- 20th century
Genres/Forms of Material
Languages of Materials
English [eng]
Rights/Use Restrictions: Not all of the material in the collection is in the public domain. Researchers are responsible for addressing copyright issues.
Related Materials: Orman Collection of Native American Artifacts, 600-1930 For more information please see https://csupueblo.libraryhost.com/index.php?p=collections/controlcard&id=59&q=orman.