Lewis A. Lincoln Letters
Scope and Contents
The collection contains: 1. Letter (1956 Jan. 5) to Mr. & Mrs. Elwyn A. Arps (Louisa A. Ward Arps) gives background information about earlier Denver days of Baptiste "Bat" Pourier, scout Frank Grouard, and John Reshaw (also spelled Richeau or Richard). -- 2. Letter (1966 Aug. 22) to Caroline Bancroft gives further information about Pourier and mentions first child born in Denver, William Denver McGaa.
- Lincoln, Lewis A. (Lewis Alvin),1887-1975. (Person)
- Arps, Louisa Ward, 1901- -- Correspondence (Person)
- Bancroft, Caroline, (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Lewis A. Lincoln was born on July 2, 1887 in Valentine, Neb. He worked as a school teacher among the Sioux in South Dakota (1914-1924), then for 20 years as a journalist in Kansas City, Mo. Lincoln retired to Denver, Colo. where he died in September 1975.
1 envelope (2 letters)
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift, Louisa Ward Arps, 1956; Caroline Bancroft, 1966.
- Grouard, Frank, 1850-1905.
- Letters (correspondence) Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
- Lincoln, Lewis A. (Lewis Alvin), 1887-1975 -- Correspondence
- Pioneers -- Colorado -- Denver -- Biography. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Pourier, Bat, 1841-1933.
- Reshaw, John.
- Scouts (Reconnaissance) -- West (U.S.) -- Biography. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Finding Aid for the Lewis A. Lincoln letters,1956-1966
- Finding Aid prepared from MARC data.
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