Found in 76 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains materials compiled for a State Historical Fund Architectural Building Survey Class (2008): correspondence, forms, research, photos and CD-Rom.
Collection contains research gathered regarding Abraham Lincoln, the Lincoln/Douglas debates, the presidency, and the assassination of President Lincoln. Includes reproduction of April 15, 1865 "Daily Missouri Democrat" newspaper. Compact disc contains PDFs of illustrations, correspondence, and transcripts of seven debates.
Collection contains Schrager's research for his book: The Principled Politician: the Ralph Carr Story (2008).
Collection contains research data for recreation use along the South Platte River.
Collection contains copies of notes and typed transcripts of material in Las Animas County court house library, Trinidad, Colo. made by Archibald about early-day Trinidad, Colo. (est. 1859) and some of its pioneers.
Collection contains research materials collected by the Branscombes related to their work with civic causes and public movements: Denver House Authority, League of Women Voters, La Rasa, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Greater Park Hill Community, Inc., Park Hill Action Committee, civil rights, fair housing, Title VI (prohibition of discrimination), Denver Public Schools.
The collection is comprised of correspondence, clippings, and legal research from A. Edgar "Ed" Benton Jr.'s time as a Denver Public Schools Board of Education member. The majority of the papers are related to school segregation, integration, and busing at DPS during the 1960s and 1970s. Material dates span from 1954-1990.
Collection contains research materials: notes, articles, correspondence, chronologies for Sternberg's book: Anne Evans, a Pioneer in Colorado's Cultural History: the Things that Last When Gold is Gone (2011).
Collection contains genealogical records related to the Hyatt, Bell, Prather, and Stone families compiled by Aeola Brennemann; including correspondence, census records, deeds, will, DAR application, lineage information.
Collection contains notes, research, correspondence collected for newspaper article regarding San Luis Central Railroad.
Collection contains research notes, clippings, pictures, letters of inquiry, manuscripts from various writing projects, including material on the Colorado Springs Opera House; also typescript of his book: Diamonds in the salt (Boulder, Colo. : Pruett Press, 1967).
Collection contains family genealogies (1693-1980s), photographs, correspondence, clippings, legal documents, and research on the Card, Baker, and Power families. Included is a photograph of the D. and B. Powers wagon train, Denver, June 20, 1868; Williams & M'Donald, photographers.
Collection contains photocopies of Whitehead's papers held at Duke University, Durham, N.C.; as well as correspondence and typescripts of speeches; songbooks and pamphlets; includes material on Channing F. Sweet's support of the Socialist Party; memorial pamphlet for Whitehead's mother; "Celia Baldwin Whitehead", Denver (1932).
Collection contains office files and research generated by the center: correspondence, research, financial records, clippings, conference papers.
Collection contains photocopies of documents concerning St. Vrain's military career in New Mexico and relationship with Charles Bent. Includes certificate given to Hyman S. St. Vrain as descendent, April 17, 1985.
Collection includes copies of the articles of incorporation and resort postcards, brief article about resort with photo; photographs of fountain and plaza, hotel and Eldorado Springs in the distance; later photograph (ca.1960s?) showing location after fire; research notes by Denham.
Collection contains research materials: brochures, bulletins, newsletters, menus, publicity, ephemera, guides used by Eitemiller for his book: Historic tours: for automobile, bicycle, omnibus, or walking: Denver Part 1 Auraria and Lower Downtown including Ninth Street Park and Larimer Square (1977). Photographs and slides by Daniel Eitemiller.
Genealogy information about Deborah Sampson Gannett, who is considered to be the first women in American history to disguise herself as a man in order to fight in a war.
Collection contains scrapbooks compiled during World War II containing personal correspondence, newspaper clippings; military handbooks and training manuals, insignia, medals; prisoner of war publications; Boy Scouts of America badges, correspondence, publications; items from Colorado's centennial (1876-1976); genealogy research on Fassett, Nicholls, Chipley, Emrich, Wright families.
Collection contains research notes, articles, artwork, drafts, bound copies of her book "Our Colorado Immortals in Stained Glass; correspondence, newspaper articles, agreement, manuscript, edits for book "But You're Different"; audio cassette of interview on KCFR radio (Denver, Colo.).
The collection contains, personal and business correspondence; speeches; editorials, articles, operational papers from Cervi's Rocky Mountain Journal; research subject files; family history; scrapbooks of Mary Clare Cervi and Marie Cervi; Cervi's newsletters; photographs; CD-ROM of speeches (1965-1971).
Collection contains materials related to Kaye's book on Isabelle Bird: research, clippings, reviews, travel diary, book proposal, notes, copies of Bird's letters, photographic portrait of Bird; 2 cassette tapes containing interview with Kaye, oral history of the life of Bird, speech by Kaye about Bird.
Collection contains an unpublished research paper on early Sunday-school education in Colorado. Includes a brief bibliography.Kenneth G. Brown was a student at Iliff School of Theology, Denver, Colo.
Collection contains correspondence, interviews, photos and research materials relating to her book.