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Colorado Association of Law Libraries (CoALL) began in 1977 as the Colorado Consortium of Law Libraries. In 1984 the organization became an official chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries and changed its name to Colorado Association of Law Libraries. (cont.)
The main goal of CoALL is to promote law librarianship. The Association supports its members through mentoring and grant programs as well as continuing education. The organization sponsors an annual Legal Institute that presents topics geared to law librarians. The Colorado Association of Law Libraries Records contain the working documents of the organization, dating from 1977 to 2002, and include Articles of Incorporation, bylaws, agendas, meeting minutes, membership directories, procedures manuals, committee reports, financial statements, speakers' file, correspondence, and newsletters. The records also include materials related to the annual Legal Institute including planning materials, participant packets, evaluations, programs, and registration materials.
Milton L. Anfenger was an attorney, Colorado state senator, humanitarian, and civic leader who lived in Denver, Colorado. He was president of National Jewish Hospital and the Denver Bears Baseball Club. He was a member of the Elks, Masons, Shriners, and B'nai B'rith. The papers include newspapers, newspaper clippings, invitations, photographs, and scrapbooks.