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Collection contains a letter from Hugh E. Pickel, Seattle, Wash. to Caroline Bancroft, Denver, Colo.; tells of his relatives John H. Pickel and Hugh C. McCammon at Caribou City and silver mine in Boulder County, Colo. (1869-1870).
Collection contains obituary and memorials; copies of photographs; play script; citation; clippings; memoir; copy of journal; reports; correspondence, newsletter.
Collection contains "List of Children's Books too Good to Miss" created by Denver (Colo.) Public Library; preferences cited and signed by Lofting.
The collection contains Goldenberg's scrapbook with clippings, copies of his military records (1943-1945); family correspondence (1943-1945, 1968); copy of his memoirs: Recollection of 1945 (1999); ephemera; propaganda leaflets.
Collection contains receipts (1929) and 78 letters written between Ida Fields, Englewood, Colo. and her son, Gilbert Fields in Neb. and Wyo. (1910-1929). Content of letters include: coming home, love interests, everyday life, getting married, finding steady work and sending money home.
Letters to English author T.S. Moore mainly concern the theater and her early acting career. Some written under her stage name: Ida Eskus.
Collection contains "Girlhood Favorites" book list created by Denver (Colo.) Public Library; preferences cited and signed by Tarbell.
Detailed genealogy compiled by Charles R. Iliff of Denver, Colo. contains photographs and some original correspondence.
The collection contains a 1928 letter between Ina J. N. Durfee and her friend, Clara L. Fullerton as well as three photographs of Ina J. Nagel with other students dating from approximately 1900 during her time at Wolfe Hall. Included are four drafts of the fictionalized story about her life as a young girl in Black Hawk, Colorado: "A Colorado Childhood" and an introduction to the story by the Colorado writer, Sandra Dallas.
Correspondence between Anne and Grand Dad Ray regarding arrow head information; dated Sept. 10th, 1930.
Collection contains meeting minutes, and reports (1962); letter to member (1958).
Collection contains correspondence, publications, clippings, ephemera, and signage concerning the Federation.
The collection contains correspondence, contracts, conference information, member lists, newsletters, board meeting minutes, executive committee meeting minutes and copies of emails.
The collection contains an assortment of financial documents relating to the valuations of operational and design work done by, among others, the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe; Denver and Rio Grande; and Denver and Salt Lake Railroads on their individual rail lines (1916-1946). There are additional papers that specifically address the installation designs and construction costs of the "Dotsero cut-off" located at Orestod, Colorado by the Denver and Salt Lake Railroad.
Collection contains materials generated during Clurman's time with the Rocky Mountain News: copies of dance and visual arts related stories authored by Clurman (1976-1987), correspondence received (1970s-1980s), articles about Clurman, and copies of articles from other publication written by Clurman.
Chiefly letters from his military, business, and political friends, including Hiram P. Bennet and David H. Moffat.
Collection contains correspondence, committee lists, memoranda, newspaper clippings. Mainly deals with Civic Center Extension Committee efforts to develop the west end of Civic Center for a proposed City and County building. Includes correspondence with Denver mayors Dewey C. Bailey and Benjamin F. Stapleton.
Collection contains letters from Isabella L. Bird, Colo. to her sister Henrietta in Scotland concern her Colorado experiences.
Collection contains a letter from Isabella M. Steck, Denver, Colo. to W. Newton, Denver, Colo.; discusses her father's efforts in liquor laws and women's suffrage.
Collection includes letterbook (1880-1888) and ledger (1877-1886). Diary (1856-1857) of an older Isham Robertson Howze, relationship unknown, which was written in Tennessee. Also minutes and documents (1913-1920) for the Partriotic Order Sons of America.
Letter written by J. A. Phillebaum from the Nebraska Ranch in Colorado Territory, dated November 11, 1862 . The letter discusses the weather (blinding and heavy snow), stampede of horses, and personal feelings for "Mary".
The collection contains five and a half page letter written to Mr. and Mrs. J.E. McClure, parents of J.B. McClure, contains a description of J.B. McClure's climb up Pikes Peak and his view of life in Colorado Springs, Colo. (1873).
Collection contains correspondence concerning illustrations.
Collection contains a letter from J. C. Davidson to his wife; he writes about his journey in Colorado Feb. 23-27, 1862 as well as personal and family matters.
Collection contains a letter book; many letters concern promotion of investment in Gunnison County, Colo. mining claims.
Collection contains a portion of a letter telling of an incident in his youth involving Tom Horn and an attempt on the life of a neighboring rancher.
Collection contains photocopies of photographs, newspaper clippings, Japanese propaganda leaflets, hand-drawn maps, and correspondence collected by Wikane.
Collection contains correspondence with officials of the U.S. Farm Credit Administration concerning controversy with Federal Land Bank of Wichita, Kan. over real estate in Kit Carson County, Colo. at Bethune.
- Denver Public Library, Western History and Genealogy 1094
- Denver Public Library, Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library 5
- Letters (correspondence) 410
- Ski troops. 268
- Correspondence 242
- Soldiers -- United States -- Correspondence. 234
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, American. 216
- Military maneuvers -- Cold weather conditions. 164
- Photographs 135
- Letters (Correspondence) 128
- Camp Hale (Colo.) 114
- Personal papers 112
- Best books. 95
- Correspondence. 94
- 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) 52
- Camp Hale (Colo.) -- Archival resources. 45 + ∧ less
- English 987
- 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