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Ira E. Cutler was a professor at University of Denver who contributed to the fields of genetics, eugenics, ornithology, botany and geology. Cutler was also a botanist who was instrumental in propagating the "University of Denver rose." He composed the University of Denver "alma mater", Hail to Denver U, and organized the university Glee Club. (cont.)
His daughter Marjorie, who attended the University in the 1920s, became the registrar in 1937 in which capacity she served the University until 1970. She died September 1, 1990. Cutler and his wife Amelia raised five children: Alice, Marian, Owen, Marjorie, and Laura. Marjorie, Marian, and Laura graduated from the University of Denver in 1920, 1926, and 1928, respectively.Collection contains correspondence, curriculum materials, photographs, newspapers, newspaper clippings, calling cards, dance cards, sheet music, scrapbooks, class book, certificates, course notebooks, financial statements, ribbon, seeds, books and pamphlets.