Spalding, Lavinia Deborah Spencer, 1840-1929 -- Archives.
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Scope and Contents The Bishop John F. Spalding (1828-1894) and Lavinia Spalding (1840-1929) Papers span the years 1878-1935. Material includes correspondence, manuscripts and scrapbooks. John Spalding was the first Bishop of Colorado and 104th in succession in the American episcopate. He and his wife founded St. Luke's Hospital in Denver, Colorado. Their daughter, Sarah Spalding, wrote a history of Saint Luke's Hospital which is included in the collection. SERIES...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Elisabeth Spalding (1869-1954) Papers date from 1897 to 1944. Material includes a scrapbook documenting the activities of the Artist's Club of Denver/Denver Art Association (Because of its fragile condition, the scrapbook has been microfilmed.), exhibition catalogs, exhibition invitations. Additionally correspondence regarding her artwork, travel itineraries, a passenger list and several manuscripts written for the Denver Fortnightly Club. The essays include a tribute to her parents,...