WH. Western History Collection
Found in 2668 Collections and/or Records:
1st, 2nd, and 3rd floor plans with exterior perspective of the J.S. Betts house, Denver, Colo. designed by Andrews and Jaques, Architects, Boston, Mass. (ca.1888). The architectural plans are illustrations from the August 11, 1888, Nr. 659 issue of the American Architect and Building News. J. Sanford Betts worked as a broker for the real estate firm of Berkey and Co. It is not known if the house was ever built.
Business card, advertisement for forthcoming article, bibliography, and obituary for Andy Adams.
Collection contains correspondence and other items documenting Angelo Noce's efforts to have October 12th designated as Columbus Day. Included are photos, portraits, clippings, Noce family genealogy (ca.1897), drafts and other documents related to Noce's book: Columbus Day in Colorado (1910), certificates, and ephemera.
Collection contains correspondence, speeches and research papers by Kennon cover the topic of women in the workplace; Collegiate Bureau of Occupation (Denver, Colo.) records include occupational surveys; biographical sketch of Dr. Margaret Ethel V. Fraser, Denver, Colo. physician; newspaper clippings regarding Dr. Florence Sabin; papers from American Association of University Women, Denver Branch.
The autobiography is a 4-page typescript written by Ann Spence Warner in roughly 1932 after she had published her first novel: Sidesaddle Ranch (1930). There is a 2-page addendum to the autobiography listing the titles, dates and publication titles for the short stories she had written between 1918-1932.
Collection contains "Girlhood Favorites" book list created by Denver (Colo.) Public Library; preferences cited and signed by Evans.
Collection contains Parrish letter (dated October 15, 1930) to Katherine Watson, Denver (Colo.) Public Library; "Girlhood Favorites" book list created by DPL and signed by Parrish.
Correspondence, grant applications, mailing lists, budget, fundraising activities, newsletters, press kits and clippings, reports for Colorado Symphony Orchestra and Opera Colorado.
Collection contains materials: ceremonial vest, clippings, programs, White Rose Scholarship Foundation, scrapbook, photographs, and ephemera related to Brenman-West's involvement with the Imperial Court of the Rocky Mountain Empire (ICRME); additionally a memorial to and photographs of Les A. Dirks (1956-1994).
Collection contains seven letters reminiscing about early days in Canon City, Colo. and two memorial resolutions; deed to 25 acres in Fremont County, Colo. and map of a Rudd's addition to Canon City.
The collection contains two photographs of a space walk simulator, letter regarding the tour and three marathon fund raising buttons (1984).
Collection contains correspondence from Perry to her grandfather (1899); newspaper and magazine clippings; cartoon; receipt.
Collection contains a shorthand record of U.S. District Court, Denver, Colo. proceedings (Judge A.W. Brazee, presiding) in a contempt case involving mining interests in Pitkin County near Aspen, Colo. Defendants: Elmer T. Butler, David R.C. Brown.
Typed index includes names of groom and bride and date of marriage.
Ledger entries are recorded chronologically and include name, cause of death, date, circumstances of death, coroner and juror's names. An alphabetical index is included. Blank or unused pages were not photocopied.
"List of articles deposited in the corner stone of the Arapahoe County Court House, June 24th, 1881" and "List of county officers of Arapahoe County, Colorado, June 24, 1881." List of county officers was one of 37 items deposited in the corner stone.
Collection contains docket books of cases heard before Arapahoe County, Colo. justices of the peace: John Wanless (1861-1862), Omer O. Kent (1864-1865, 1866-1867), and Samuel D. Hunter (1865-1866). Volumes later used by Justice Kent as personal diaries, 1877 (Jan. 1-May 7) and 1893 (Jan. 1-Apr. 25). Also inserted: Letter, 1897 Sept. 15 from Caroline, Silver Springs, Tenn. to Sister Orpha.
Correspondence to and from Malcolm Wyer of Denver Public Library and Archer Butler Hulbert about the creation of the Western History Department; correspondence relates to Hulbert's books Overland to the Pacific and Transcontinental Trails Maps; copy of contract between Hulbert and the Denver Public Library.
Collection contains a letter discussing research into mid-19th century theater personalities in the Western U.S (Page 2 only; addressee unknown); copy of article written by Clark titled: Denver Has Always Been a Good Show Town.Discusses research into mid-19th century theater personalities in the Western U.S (Page 2 only; addressee unknown); article written by Clark titled: Denver Has Always Been a Good Show Town.
Collection contains documentation of the architecture and interior decoration of 19th-century Gilpin County, Colo. homes.
Collection contains genealogical records dating back to the 17th century: pedigree charts, family group sheets, family histories, descendancy records, publications, notes, research, and correspondence related to the history of the Arens family and other subsidiary family lines.
Correspondence from Argo Mine, Idaho Springs (Colo.) District, describes the mining camp and the area.
Collection contains class histories (1947-1957), booklet, constitution, brochures, banquet invitation (1948), class photos with identification (1947-1948), and candid photos of the Argos Class Church School.
Correspondence concerns Copper Queen Mining Company; Oro Plata Mine (Mohave County) report; memos, correspondence regarding Washington Camp, Pima County, Patagonia Mining District.