The collection consists of meeting minutes, correspondence, library information, Education Opportunity Program information,
Ernest Barbour O'Byrne, a native of Santa Fe, NM, was born May 18, 1920. He was educated in Colorado public schools, graduating
from Greeley High in 1938. He received his AB in English from Colorado State College of Education in December 1941, and taught
in the Crook and Boulder Public Schools until 1944, when he entered the U.S. Army Infantry as a Combat Medic, serving in Italy,
where he sustained wounds that eventually cost him his leg.
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