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Douglas County Libraries / 100 S. Wilcox St. / Castle Rock, CO 80104 / Phone: 303-688-7730
Herzog, Charles Lewis (1870-1939)
Charles Lewis Herzog Elementary School Certificates, Awards and Diploma
30 x 25 cm; 14 items; 1 file folder; paper
The Collection contains the elementary school certificates, aawards and diploma of C. Lewis Herzog, who attended school in Parker, Colorado.
Arrangement of the Collection
The manuscript/small items collection is arranged by accession number. Within the folder, the collection is arranged by subject and chronologically within subjects.
Scope and Content
The collection consists of certificates that Charles Lewis Herzog received while he was in elementary school in Parker, Colorado. There is a Certificate of Promotion for each grade, from first to sixth, 1915 - 1920. Each certificate includes his course grades and overall grade. A Certificate of Award for Punctual and Regular Attendance was issued for perfect attendance and Lewis received seven certificates, for the years 1915 - 1919 and 1921 - 1922. He received his Colorado Public Schools Diploma for completing elementary school in 1922. The documents include the names of his teachers and the Douglas County superintendent.
Biography / History
1909 Charles Lewis Herzog born in Telluride, Colorado to Charles and Esther C. (Lewis) Herzog
1910 Herzog family moved to Parker
1915 Lewis attended Parker School and received first certificate and award Parker Consolidated School was formed to combine the districts of Pine Grove (District 10), Allison (District 18) and Plainfield (District 29)
1922 Lewis received diploma upon completion of elementary school.
Douglas County School District RE-1 (Douglas County, Colo.)
Parker Consolidated School District (Parker, Colo.)
Douglas County History Research Center material is non-circulating, requires staff retrieval and is available by appointment during normal library hours.
The collection is used in the presence of the Douglas County History Research Center staff. Some items may be fragile and may only be duplicated with permission of the Douglas County History Research Center staff.
Charles Lewis Herzog Elementary School Certificates, Awards and Diploma, Douglas County History Research Center. Douglas County Libraries, Castle Rock, CO.
The Douglas County Historical Society was the main historical institution in Douglas County during its existence. The members of the historical society provided historical information, and when the society disbanded in 1992, several of them continued to participate in the county’s historical community through other organizations. The Douglas County Historical Society’s paper based collections provided the nucleus for the Douglas County History Research Center Collection when the society disbanded.
Processed by Joan Sjostrom, March 20, 2001; Annette Gray, February 21, 2003
The Douglas County History Research Center and the Reference Department of the Philip S. Miller Library, Douglas County Libraries holds material on schools including:
Marr, Josephine Lowell., Keiser, Joan Marr. "Douglas County: A Historical Journey" (Gunnison, CO: J. L. Marr, B & B Printers, 1983)
Douglas County Historical Society. "Our Heritage: People of Douglas County" (Douglas County, CO: Douglas County Historical Society, c 1984)
Appleby, Susan Consola. "Fading Past: The Story of Douglas County, Colorado" (Palmer Lake, CO: Filter Press, 2001)
Gleason, Sarah A. "I'd Do It Again: Teaching in Colorado for over half a century, 1926 - 1978" (Colorado Springs, CO: Century One Press, 1982)
Miller, Ruth., McLaughlin, F. B. (Frank)., Smith, Larry., Glasier, Loyd J. "Parker, Colorado: An Historical Narrative" (Parker, CO: Parker Area Historical Society, 1996, 1998)
Douglas County History Research Center material is non-circulating, requires staff retrieval and is available by appointment during normal library hours. The collection is used in the presence of the Douglas County History Research Center staff. Some items may be fragile and may only be duplicated with permission of the Douglas County History Research Center staff.