Colorado -- History.
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains a selection of materials assembled by A.A. Paddock: photographs of Phillip Gomer, Denver lumber dealer; portraits of the Colorado Fifteenth Assembly, House of Representatives (1905-1906); panoramic photographic print of the Jolly Bachelor's Outing at Starbuck Park (1915); architectural drawings of the Family Apartment Court, Clermont Street, Denver, Colorado (1944); and a Charter Application, Army and Navy Union (undated).
Notebook containing scripts of 60 5-minute programs on the history of Colorado produced for the Colorado centennial; programs ran on KMGH (Denver, Colo.) television station between January 30, 1975 and June 27, 1976; programs were researched, produced and written by Noell Custer, filmed and edited by Dave Porta and Don Dominick, narrated by Warren Chandler.
Essay commissioned by the Colonial Dames for inclusion in "Colorado Bibliography", never published.
Scrapbook containing events calendar and newspaper clippings from the Denver Post that document the various activities taking place during the celebrations.
Collection consists of scrapbooks of newspaper clippings on Denver and Colorado topics. Includes index.
Collection contains documents concerning the relinquishment of the southern portion of the Ute reservation in Colorado to the U.S. government. Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm211).
Collection contains Hastings research files with newspaper clippings, pamphlets, maps and information about states, counties and cities in Western United States.
Contains two drafts of a teacher's manual, photographs, paintings, drawings, and other illustrations for each of the eight parts of the series. Also includes "outs," or illustrations that were not used.
Librarian Phil Panum of the Western History Department, DPL, was a consultant for the series, and as such many of the illustrations came from the Western History Department photograph collections.
Partial typescript and galley proof of his book. Prepared from research assembled for him by librarians at Denver Public Library. Includes bibliography.