Robert D. Loevy Home Page       

Professor Emeritus of Political Science
Colorado College

Cell Phone: 719-640-5895

Home Address: 1712 North Tejon Street
                            Colorado Springs, Colorado 80907


A-1. Colorado County Court
        Houses Photo Album

A-3 Tom Cronin and  Bob Loevy:
        In The Newspapers

A-5 Old North End Windstorm - 12-15-2021

A-6 LegislatureRaces-2022

A-7 Arnold J. Toynbee:
        Cycle of Civilizations

A-8 Bonnyville Photo Album

A-9 North Tejon Street Photos

A-10 Bungalows Photos

I. Internet Books by Robert D. Loevy:

1a. A Colorado College Reader: Selected Writings on the History of Colorado College

Topics covered include Colorado College during the 1920s,  the development of the Block Plan at Colorado College, and a history of gender at  Colorado College.

1b. Colorado College:1999-2012, Into the 21st Century

History of Colorado College from 1999-2012. Includes the end of the Kathryn Mohrman presidency, the entire Dick Celeste presidency, and the start of the Jill Tiefenthaler presidency.

1c. The Presidency of William Frederick Slocum

The story of the controversial "builder president" of Colorado College.

2. Confessions of a Re-Apportionment Commissioner

An account of the state legislative redistricting process in Colorado following the 2010 U.S. Census. Robert D. Loevy was a Colorado state Reapportionment Commissioner.

3. On the Forward Edge: American Government and the Civil Rights Act of 1964

This book is a text-novel. It uses the novel format to tell about young people working to help pass the Civil Rights Act of 1964, while at the same time teaching the major facts and principles of American Government.

4. On The Forward Edge Two: An Autobiographical Account of the Civil Rights Movement and the Civil Rights Act of 1964

5. To End All Segregation: The Politics of the Passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

A legislative history of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, with particular emphasis on the filibuster of the bill by senators from the southern United States.

6. Small States First

Reforming the presidential selection process in the context of the 2000 presidential election.

7. Small States First 2008

Reforming the presidential primary and presidential caucuses process
in the context of the 2008 presidential election.

8. The Archibald Williams Family of Quincy, Illinois

The story of the ancestors and descendants of Archibald Williams.
Includes a short essay on the life of Archibald Williams (Chapter Two).

9. Archibald Williams: A Friend of Abraham Lincoln

A biographical account of the life of Archibald Williams, a close friend of Abraham Lincoln.

II. Websites by Robert D. Loevy:

1. The Civil Rights Movement

     A. Civil Rights
       A photo-tutorial on historic sites of the Civil Rights Movement.

       B. Civil Rights History To 1964
  A brief history of the struggle for civil rights
        from 1619 to 1964.

        C. The Civil Rights Act Of 1964
    A history of the legislative enactment of
        the Civil Rights Act of 1964.  

        E. Civil Rights History Since 1964
    A brief history of the struggle for civil rights
        since 1964.

 2. Urban Mass Transit And Commuter Rail

       A photo-tutorial on historic trolleys and
       modern passenger rail transit systems in U.S. cities.

3. New Towns Of Europe

     English New Towns

     French New Towns

      Swedish New Towns

4. Colorado

    A. Colorado College History

      Political Science Department History
       An essay on the history of the Political Science Department
       at Colorado College from 1881 to 2004.

    B. Colorado Politics

        The Flawed Path To The Governorship 1994
   A full-length book on the 1994 election campaign
     for governor of Colorado.

   C. Old North End History

        A History Of The Old North End
A group of historical essays on one of the oldest residential
          neighborhoods in Colorado Springs, Colorado

6. Railroads:

     Sunset For Semaphores

     British Railroads In 1987