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Denver, Colo. resident (living near 6th Ave. & Franklin St.) describes Cherry Creek flood of July 14, 1912.
Letter from Greeley, Colorado Territory from a member of the locating committee for a "Milwaukee colony." Speculates on the possibility of raising stock in Colorado.
Informal family letter from Mary Jane to father & mother, brothers & sisters. Written on letterhead of J.J. Thomas, wholesale and retail dealer in coal, lime, brick, etc., South Pueblo, Colo. Printed on verso: Birds eye view of Pueblo, South Pueblo & Pueblo Colony, Colorado, 1874 ... Drawn and published by E.S. Glover, Colorado Springs.
Informal letter from Portland, Or. tells about keeping house, friends and family, and the independence of women.
Unsigned letter dated Sept. 12, 1858, to a Sheriff Fair, thanking him for turning over "prisoner Simpson"; check; deposit slip; beer label.
Writes to First National Bank, Denver, Colo. concerning a "deed in escrow of five mining claims" for G.D. Griffiths, W.D. Parry, and John McKay. Uses Crested Butte, Colo. stationery but gives address as Crystal, Colo.
Correspondence of Dorsey (handwritten and typescript)
Two typed letters concern Dexter, Colo. and early North Park history. One of the letters is on the verso of a typed letter from Mrs. Freeze (Nov. 16, 1951).
Signed letters and photographs from local and national celebrities (authors, politicians, athletes, artists) in support of the 1998 Denver (Colo.) Public Library Friends' Foundation fundraising event; includes returned copies of letters from nonparticipating celebrities.
Tells about his difficulties getting established as an artist and writer. Majority of letters written from Reno, Nev.; others from Cimarron, N.M., New Haven, Conn., New York, N.Y. Letter of Sept. 23, 21, verso of 3rd leaf: N.B.K. 917 Tracy Ave., Kansas City, Mo.
Letters from Empire City, Colo. Ter. to Boston investors in Peck Gold Mining Company. Some letters are from James Peck.
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.
Collection contains a copy of a letter from Lewis Cass Gandy, Bellmore, N.Y. to the Editors of Reader's Digest Magazine, Pleasantville, N. Y. Gandy write to protest inaccuracies in an article by Gene Fowler (Mar. 1937) on "The Unsinkable Mrs. Brown." Copy of editors' reply included.
Collection contains training certificate (Camp Roberts, Calif.); midget diary; This Damn Tree Leaks by Bill Mauldin (with hand-written notes); loose photographs; newspaper clippings; scrapbook (copies of photographs, newspaper clippings, discharge papers); V-mail; military forms; photograph album (picture post card views of Italy).
Collection cotnains genealogical research on the Lewis family related to Samuel Lewis (1731; Radner, Pa.-1800; Brownseville, Pa.) and Thomas Townsend (1780; Bucks County, Pa.-1859; Know County; Ohio). Includeding name indexes, copies of wills, gravestone inscriptions and correspondence between E.J.Lewis and Louise E. Lewis, Chicago, Ill. concerning family research.
Collection contains a copy of a letter (1843 July 6) from daughter Sarah A. Jones in Independence; addressed to father, Mr. Lewis Jones "Where'er he may be found." Also typescript of biographical extract from: History of the Arkansas Valley, Colorado (Chicago : O.L. Baskin, 1881).
Collection contains "Girlhood Favorites" book list created by Denver (Colo.) Public Library; preferences cited and signed by Spencer.
Bulk of collection is correspondence sent and received by DuCharme in the course of her genealogical investigations; also includes research notes, genealogy charts, copies of marriage, birth and death records, pension files, veterans' records, property records.
Collection contains "Girlhood Favorites" book list created by Denver (Colo.) Public Library; preferences cited and signed by Lenski.
Collection contains a letter from Lois Stedman, East Hartford, Conn. to brother Austin Stedman, Springfield, Mass. regarding family health.
CCollection contains correspondence; magazine articles concern Young and her career as a deputy U.S. marshal.
Correspondence, business records, agreements--mainly with partners Horace L. Walters and Everett Owens.
Collection contains letters from Louis C. Damarin, Portsmouth, Ohio to R. A. Pomeroy, Georgetown, Colo.; letters concern Damarin's investments in mining properties in Empire district, Clear Creek County, Colo.
Correspondence, articles, transcripts and legal documents, negatives and scrapbooks of newspaper clippings of both personal and professional nature.
The collection includes correspondence, aerial photographs, nitrate negatives, business card, photograph album, Colorado Aviation Historical Society Hall of Fame program, obituary for Louis Paul "Gus" Quinn.
Collection includes correspondence to and from Louise Smith Farrell concerning gold and silver mining companies in Colorado. Correspndence and telegrams are in regards to Farrell's inquiries about mining productivity and business developments, and her authorizations for local voting proxies in her absence from shareholder meetings.
Collection contains a letter from Thomas (Denver, Colo.) to Katherine Watson, Denver (Colo.) Public Library regarding favorite book list, dated October 17, 1929.
- Letters (correspondence) 409
- Ski troops. 268
- Correspondence 241
- Soldiers -- United States -- Correspondence. 234
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, American. 216
- Military maneuvers -- Cold weather conditions. 164
- Photographs 133
- Letters (Correspondence) 126
- Camp Hale (Colo.) 114
- Personal papers 111
- Best books. 95
- Correspondence. 93
- Children's libraries -- Colorado -- Denver -- Book lists. 92
- Camp Swift (Tex.) 91
- Clippings (information artifacts) 74
- Military records 66
- Photographs. 66
- Scrapbooks 55
- Ephemera (general object genre) 51
- Camp Hale (Colo.) -- Archival resources. 45 + ∧ less
- English 982
- German 7
- Spanish; Castilian 5
- French 4
- Italian 4
- Arapaho 2
- Japanese 2
- Apache languages 1
- Dakota 1
- North American Indian languages 1
- Undetermined 1
- Wakashan languages 1
- Zuni 1 + ∧ less
- United States. Army. Infantry Regiment, 86th. 41
- United States. Army. Mountain Infantry Regiment, 85th. 41
- United States. Army. Infantry Regiment, 87th. 39
- United States. Army. Infantry Regiment, 86th -- Archival resources. 31
- National Association of the 10th Mountain Division, Inc. 29
- United States. Army. Infantry Regiment, 87th -- Archival resources. 27
- United States. Army. Mountain Infantry Regiment, 85th -- Archival resources. 26
- National Association of the 10th Mountain Division, Inc. -- Archival resources. 21
- United States. -- Army. -- Mountain Division, 10th. 18
- United States. -- Army. -- Mountain Division, 10th -- Archival resources. 12
- United States. -- Army. -- Mountain Infantry Regiment, 85th. 8
- United States. Army. Mountain Infantry Regiment, 90th. 8
- United States. -- Army. -- Infantry Regiment, 86th -- Archival resources. 7
- United States. -- Army. -- Mountain Division, 10th -- Archival resources 7
- United States. -- Army. -- Mountain Infantry Regiment, 85th -- Archival resources. 7
- United States. Army. Mountain Division, 10th. -- Archival resources. 7
- United States -- Army -- Mountain Division, 10th -- Archival resources. 6
- United States. -- Army. -- Infantry Regiment, 87th. 5
- United States. Army. Mountain Division, 10th -- Archives. 5
- United States. Army. Mountain Engineer Battalion, 126th -- Archival resources. 5 + ∧ less