The Kraemer Intergeneration Collection consists of books, videos, and other materials related to intergenerational studies and concerns. Intergenerational materials in this collection take the distinct approach of studying an occurrence or topic with consideration to the multiple generations involved. The resources in this collection provide an opportunity to study multiple generations' interactions with and impacts on each other from a variety of different topics and subject viewpoints. The Kraemer Intergeneration Collection is supported by a generous endowment from Sandy Kraemer.
The Kraemer Intergeneration Collection is integrated into the Main Collection on the 3rd floor of the Kraemer Family Library. Materials are designated with a bookplate on the inside cover that indicates the materials is a part of the "Kraemer Family Library Endowment."
New books and materials that are added to the collection can be found on the 2nd floor of the Kraemer Family Library on the Kraemer Intergeneration Collection display, which is a part of the Kraemer Intergenerational Space.
All of the Kraemer Intergeneration Collection materials are identified in the catalog with the alternate title "Kraemer Family Library intergenerational collection."
3rd Annual Kraemer Family Library Intergeneration Storytelling Contest
Thank you to our fantastic participants at this year's 3rd Annual Kraemer Family Library Intergeneration Storytelling Contest and to everyone who came out to listen to the true, personal stories that were shared!
Congratulations to our winners:
Cynthia Barram with her story "Talking with My Grandmother"
Eleanor Sturt with her story "Red Hat, Yellow Daisy"
Eric Rodwell with his story "Story by Me"
We hope to see you all again next year!
Kraemer Lectures and Events
September is Intergeneration Month and during the period of celebrating generations working and living together, the Kraemer Intergeneration Collection sponsors a number of events and lectures on related topics. All events and lectures are held in the library and open to the public.
If you are interested in presenting a lecture or you know someone who is, please contact Carlos Duarte at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Kraemer Family Library is located on the University of Colorado Colorado Springs campus in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Click here for directions and parking information for the library.