WH. Western History Collection
Found in 2662 Collections and/or Records:
Bound album with handwritten notes and autographs to Alma.
Collection contains a scrapbook with photos, clippings, cards, notes of class activities from Alnette Austin's school days at West Denver High School, class of 1904. Items attached to a copy of Frederic Remington's Done in the open (New York : P.F. Collier, 1903, ca. 1902).
Diary of experiences with Colorado Volunteers during Civil War, serving in Colorado and New Mexico. Also some Ickis family data.
Collection contains Boardman's letters to his wife, Nancy, in Fond du Lac. Three written en route to Colorado, the remainder during his stay in the Central City area.
Collection contains Hartman's memories of experiences in Gunnison, Colo. region during 1870s and 80s.
Collection contains 5 diaries (1880-1884) documenting Wright's daily activities: mining activities, chores, expenses. DVD (2006) with original film footage from the early 1930s. The films documents the activities at Wright Ranch and includes audio commentary by the cameraman and former camper at the Wright's Ranch.
Collection contains a personalized scrapbook; includes letters, clippings, photographs, poems and autographs.Uses published title Musical Messages, A Musicians Birthday Book, by Rebekah Crawford, as personalized scrapbook; includes letters, clippings, photographs, poems and autographs.
Correspondence, publications, reports, documents, meeting minutes, newsletters.
Collection includes minutes, correspondence, membership lists, publications, photographs, scrapbooks, memorabilia.
The collection contains a selection of materials assembled by A.A. Paddock: photographs of Phillip Gomer, Denver lumber dealer; portraits of the Colorado Fifteenth Assembly, House of Representatives (1905-1906); panoramic photographic print of the Jolly Bachelor's Outing at Starbuck Park (1915); architectural drawings of the Family Apartment Court, Clermont Street, Denver, Colorado (1944); and a Charter Application, Army and Navy Union (undated).
Collection contains a brief paragraph on State of Colorado executive office stationery expressing Alva's belief that George Washington was correct in not serving a third term. Dated and signed: Alva Adams, February 13, 1897.
Correspondence, typescripts of unpublished writings, travel memorabilia, clippings from and copies of newspapers and magazines in which his cartoons appeared, as well as reproductions of other artists' works. Includes his book: Timetable of civilizations. New York : Vantage Press, c1958.
Collection contains copies of typed manuscripts: "The One-Hundred Dollar Bill" concerns silver mining, Poor Slob Mine, working in Central City lab; "Crime and Punishment" outlines Mosch's involvement in capturing a drug dealer; letter to "Fellow Miner" on government mining regulations; photocopies of newspaper clippings on Mosch; letter to "Mining Claim Owner" on tax revenues from mines.
Typed transcript of journal written April 18 to September 12, 1852, describing travel from Iowa to California. Gives information on weather conditions, Native American tribes and encounters with wild animals.Travelers average 20 miles a day.
Collection contains "Girlhood Favorites" book list created by Denver (Colo.) Public Library; preferences cited and signed by Earhart.
Newspaper clippings, photographs of club activities, membership lists, correspondence, certificates.
Collection contains a register (1885-1892) of policies generated by agents from Montrose, Colo.
Collection contains paper and electronic files related to the meetings, events, and operational aspects of the organization: minutes, programs, clippings, photographs, agendas, correspondence, invitations.
Collection contains a single scrapbook with newspaper clippings of Colo. architects and projects they were working on in 1954: Frank Lloyd Wright's evaluation of the plans for the Air Force Academy (Colorado Springs, Colo.); Lake County Courthouse in Leadville, Colo.; home of Henry Toll in Denver, Colo.
Collection contains copy of letter signed by Rube Ekander and J. Frank Binder announcing the ground-breaking ceremonies; dated August 14, 1950; microfilm contains historical data on the founding of the American Legion nationally and of the local branch. Includes sketches of commanders, lists of officers, awards, activities, and photographs.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, programs, minutes, and other memorabilia compiled by the local committee of the A.L.A. Denver conference, Malcolm G. Wyer, chair.
Collection contains company advertising policy.
Collection contains newsletters, minutes, membership records, treasurer's reports, and correspondence (letter press books).
The collection contains the 215 page, unannotated manuscript of "Adios, Havana: a memoir".
Collection contains farm records of income and expenses (2 volumes and 14 items).
Collection contains a transcript of a letter from Andrew Washington Carson, Conyersville, Tenn. to Christopher "Kit" Carson; contains information about Carson family genealogy.
Includes 14 photographs of Velma Andrews and family and friends and the Andrews home, Auditorium Theatre flyer and correspondence.