Excelsior School and Club Association (Denver, Colo.)
Found in 317 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains receipts journal, account journal.
Collection contains: correspondence, receipts, assignment, clipping, pipe line certificate, and business prospectus received by Mr. W. C. Loss, 2230 E. 14th Ave., Denver, Colo. (1920-1924).
The interview provides biographical information and personal observations about Paynter's experiences as a member of the 10th Mountain Division during World War II.
Collection contains the treasurer's cash book with lodge records of receipts and expenditures.
Collection contains scrapbooks of newspaper and magazine clippings on the festival and other art events in Central City (Colo.); programs from plays and operas; articles on Central City (Colo.) history.
Collection contains a legal certificate declaring Baughman discharged from all debts and claims which existed Oct. 23, 1912, the day on which he petitioned for adjudication.
Collection contains two presentation memorials to the family of Captain Eymann, Denver Hook and Ladder Company, No. 1, who was fatally injured while in the performance of his duty on October 21, 1904; both copies signed by Mayor Speer.
Collection contains a tribute written by Pastor G.A.W. Cage in memory of Charles Harris (d.1897) of Bald Mountain, Colo.
Collection contains personal correspondence; biographical notes; clippings; photograph; scrapbooks; ephemera; obituary and tributes.
The interview provides information and personal observations about Chandler's father, Linwood Chandler and his service with the 1st Mountain Infantry. Chris Chandler then discusses his own military training, being deployed to Guantanamo, Cuba during Haitian unrest, his unit's replacement for the 122nd Infantry Regiment in Mogadishu, Somalia. He describes the ambushes, missions, and actions he participated in, as well as the rules of engagement.
Collection contains a grocery book listing purchases and costs of items in account to grocer Sherman McCallister (1903-1906).
Correspondence and typescript of an article: The mystery of the hermit of Golden Mountain. Reckmeyer researched early-day Granite, Colo. (established 1866 as Dayton, name changed 1868) and tried to find Woods' relatives to settle his estate, including a Salida bank account under the name, Jim Geiger.
One mortgage deed dated February 3, 1882, for $100.00.
Correspondence; newspaper clippings; membership lists; scrapbooks; ephemera includes golf trophies, signs, carved birds, commemorative plate.
Collection contains annual reports, articles of incorporation, meeting minutes, awards, questionnaires, year books, reports, financial papers, committee reports, booklets, correspondence.
The collection contains 63 color slides and 21 black-and-white photographs documenting county courthouse buildings throughout the state of Colo.
Collection contains 2 page, typewritten report: "$450,000, City of Grand Junction, Colorado 5% Water Bonds" dated July 1, 1911. The report provides information about Grand Junction, the current water system and plans for funding a new one.
Collection contains correspondence; financial records; meeting minutes; programs; brochures, articles, and photographs concern moving the east stands at Mile High Stadium (Denver, Colo.); summary report on damage caused by the Cherry Creek flood of August 3, 1933 written by Harold Kilbrith Barrows.
Collection contains unpublished engineering and mining reports; mineral reports; coal and mines reports and maps; inspection reports; well reports.
Collection contains an assortment of whiskey decanters or bottles with decorative stoppers. Decoration on the containers commemorate historic events and locations in Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Utah, and Wyoming.
Collection contains Land and Railroads Division, Railroad Package 181, report of May 14, 1869.
Collection contains a record book with daily cash accounts, expenses, royalties, dividends, assessments, shareholders.
Collection contains plans for the water system of Prince Creek subdivision, Pitkin County, Colo.
Collection contains a ledger of monthly expenses for equipment, supplies and payroll information for the Ute-Ulay Mine (Colo.).
The interview provides information and personal observations by Alwine about basic training and his "D" series training at Camp Hale. He also describes landing at Naples, and his transfer to Vidiciatico, where he stayed in an Italian Dr.'s house. He further discusses the ascent up Riva Ridge, Po Valley, Lake Garda and the DUKW.
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, American. 61
- Military maneuvers -- Cold weather conditions. 52
- Oral histories (document genres) 52
- Soldiers -- United States -- Interviews. 43
- Ski troops -- History -- Interviews. 38
- DVDs 36
- Camp Hale (Colo.) -- History. 35
- Mini-DV 28
- Photographs 25
- Camp Swift (Tex.) -- History. 23
- Organization files 21
- Account books 15
- Letters (correspondence) 15
- Ephemera (general object genre) 13
- Ski troops. 13
- Audiocassettes 12
- Personal papers 11
- Ski troops -- History. 11
- Soldiers -- United States. 11
- Business records 10 + ∧ less