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Collection contains a transcript of a letter (1878 January 24, Salmon City, Idaho Territory) from W.H. Falkner to his sister: Mrs. S.A. Groves of Milford, Indiana; additional sheet provides explanation of Nez Percé uprising and massacre. Original letter owned by R. F. Stanton, Arco, Idaho.
Collection contains handwritten, presentation copy of: Out where the West begins (1916); one autographed postcard and accompanying letter (1920).
Collection contains a letter and flyer about Mitchell's painting: "Fisher's Peak." Painting had been commissioned by editor Palmer Hoyt for the Denver Post collection of Western art.
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.
Collection contains letter and card from State Collection Agency demanding payment. Also letter from "Defense Committee" soliciting money for a defense fund against claims.
Collection contains correspondence from family and business associates, pocket notebook and other memoranda about mining lode prospects; letters addressed to his widow, Mary E. Galbraith, Everett, Neb. concerning his estate.
Collection contains correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, text of a speech, testimonial letters, and a letter. Of interest are a handwritten letter to Rocky Mountain News editor Jack Foster denying racial strife in the San Luis, Colorado area; Lyndon Baines Johnson correspondence; the text of a speech to the U.S. Senate (1939), and some senatorial correspondence.
Collection includes biography compiled by David L. Miller (ca.1990s), military papers (1944), rosters (1944), correspondence (1992), and copies of photographs (n.d.).
Collection contains photographs of Camp Swift, Tex.; Gore Range, Colo.; Italy; Camp Hale, Colo.; Leadville, Colo. and 45 candid photographs of men, groups, training at Camp Hale (1943-1945). Additional ephemera includes a watercolor of mules (n.d.), general order, separation papers and travel tickets.
Collection contains: "Jefferson and Park County memories" include biographical material about Colorado pioneers Ivy Kelso McGuire, Thomas Hamer, William A. Bonnifield, Matilda Ann Terril Provost. Also letters and reminiscences of her own childhood in Colo. One letter concerns grandfather D.C. Oakes and includes 4 family photographs.
Collection contains chiefly typescript copies of correspondence with Philip Ashton Rollins and others regarding publication and attempted suppression of A.S. Mercer's The banditti of the the plains (Cheyenne, Wyo. 1894). Also autobiographical data and essay on Keats.
Collection contains correspondence with Denver postal clerk, Charles L. Hincke (1862-1939).
Collection contains business correspondence, invoices, orders for saddles.
The collection primarily documents administrative activities of Opera Colorado and contains mostly meeting minutes, memos, reports, correspondence, clippings, and promotional material. Boxes 2-5 represent the Opera Colorado-related papers of Eleanor N. Caulkins.
Collection contains a letter that disclaims aspects of Hollister's earlier "pamphlet" as "exceedingly crude" and admits "some of the incidents are colored somewhat to make a story." Accompanied by correspondence between the Western History Dept. and C.E. Dornbusch, New Rochelle, N.Y., regarding Hollister's authorship.
Collection contains correspondence concerns pledge collections for building fund.
Collection contains a letter to Mr. Peckham from Anna C. Pettys (dated March 13, 1962) and printed pamphlet titled: Peckham Genealogy, the English Ancestors and American Descendants of John Peckham of Newport Rhode Island 1638.
Collection contains draft of requirements for organizing; typescript copies of certificate of incorporation, charter, and by-laws. Quit claim deed, brochure and correspondence, including letter from president N.C. Merrill.
Collection contains copy of Keene's memoir: Grandpa's Stories (1998) and Mountain Troops and Medics (n.d.); correspondence (1999); Blizzard article: Goldbrick Medicine (1991).
Collection contains a printed brochure with pictures and information about the camp (circa 1964); letter concerning Gotland horses.
Collection contains: chiefly correspondence concerning the hiring of James D. Clarke as Pay Clerk at the U.S. Mint in Denver, Colo.; Clarke's robbing of the mint on Feb. 13, 1864, his capture and subsequent events.
Collection is comprised of photocopies of original material held at the U.S. Treasury Department, Washington, D.C.
Collection contains genealogical research, correspondence, newspaper clippings, a family bible, and photographs of family, family residences, and the 1907 and 1909 Colorado House of Representatives.
Collection contains correspondence and notice of stockholders' meeting.
Collection contains letter from K.G. Cooper, General Manager and later President of the Denver Republican Newspaper to Robinson (October 1, 1889); marriage announcement for Will F. Robinson and Mamie E. Byers in Denver, Colo. (February 12, 1878); at home card (1878).
Collection contains correspondence from Hartley to Captain Harold Alford describing his experiences in Officer Candidate School and at the School for Personnel Services (August 8, 1944 - January 14, 1946).
Collection contains a typescript of novel: Cry murder (published New York, 1947). Typescript of 1952 talk for Friends of Denver Public Library and accompanying letter. Research paper compiled ca. 1936 for Denver Public Library Reference Dept. gives biographical data and lists published works 1899-1929.
- Letters (correspondence) 15
- Correspondence 10
- Photographs 5
- Ski troops. 3
- Soldiers -- United States -- Correspondence. 3
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, American. 3
- Clear Creek County (Colo.) -- History. 2
- Clippings (information artifacts) 2
- Personal papers 2
- Transcripts 2
- Administrative records. 1
- Authors, American -- Colorado -- 20th century. 1
- Beaver Ranch (Conifer, Colo.) -- History. 1
- Biographies (documents) 1
- Brochures 1
- Business records 1
- Camp Hale (Colo.) -- Archival resources. 1
- Camp Hale (Colo.) -- Pictorial works. 1
- Camps -- Colorado -- Jefferson County -- History. 1
- Collective biographies 1 ∧ less
- English 13
- Beale, Sarah St. Justin, -- Archival resources. 1
- Bonnifield, William A., b. 1846. 1
- Caulkins, Ellie (Eleanor N.), 1937- -- Archives 1
- Chapman, Arthur, 1873-1935 -- Archival resources. 1
- Chapman, Arthur,1873-1935. 1
- Clarke, James D. 1
- Denver Republican -- Correspondence. 1
- Excelsior School and Club Association (Denver, Colo.) -- Archival resources 1
- Excelsior School and Club Association (Denver, Colo.) -- Archival resources. 1
- Falkner, W. H. (William H.), 1842- -- Correspondence. 1
- Falkner, W. H.(William H.),1842- 1
- Freemasons -- Colorado -- Denver. 1
- Freemasons. Park Hill Lodge No. 148 (Denver, Colo.) -- Archival resources. 1
- Freemasons.Park Hill Lodge No. 148 (Denver, Colo.). 1
- Galbraith, George H., 1839-1880 1
- Galbraith, George H., 1839-1880 -- Archives. 1
- Galbraith, Mary E. 1
- Hamer, Thomas. 1
- Hartley, William B., 1912- -- Archives. 1 ∧ less