Found in 57 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains a signed typescript copy of autobiographical sketch originally written in response to a request from the librarian J.L Gillis of the State Library of California. Mostly concerns Welcker's attempts to have his writings published.
Collection contains a PDF and paper copy of a 48 page memoir arranged in 15 chapters: According to Hoyle by Alfred Hoyle Lowdermilk, as told to Lila Kint (1977); inserted into the pagination is an additional 21 pages of photographs (2016).
Collection contains copies of typed manuscripts: "The One-Hundred Dollar Bill" concerns silver mining, Poor Slob Mine, working in Central City lab; "Crime and Punishment" outlines Mosch's involvement in capturing a drug dealer; letter to "Fellow Miner" on government mining regulations; photocopies of newspaper clippings on Mosch; letter to "Mining Claim Owner" on tax revenues from mines.
Collection contains a typescript "autobiography of B.M. Adams." Includes some family genealogy, his early years in Kentucky, and travel to Calif. 1850, before moving to Colo.
Collection contains typescripts of reminiscences: 1. Memoirs of Benjamin Herbert Gilbert, 1852-1976 -- 2. Memories of early radio in Denver.
Collection contains a photocopy of a typescript (ca.1966) of the history of the association including transcripts of meeting minutes (1874-1902), records of assessments, historical notes, and biographical sketches of members.
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 a typescript ("second carbon copy") with corrections of The America (1933).
Statistical material concerning Colorado territorial election Aug. 19, 1861 extracted from official poll books. Abstracts of votes for various offices by districts and precincts. One appendix includes census information for Colorado 1861.
Collection contains copy of a manuscript documenting the story of Danish immigrant and butcher who became a leading Mont. cattleman.
Collection contains reminiscences in the form of a letter to family members. Tells about rugged pioneering days in Leadville, Colo. 1881-1882.
Collection contains a scrapbook (1951) of Central City and Black Hawk history; typescript (1954) of her story: The Tommy Knocker and Father Christmas; copy of version as printed in the Central City Tommy-Knawker (1955); letters and research notes; other writings in typescript.
Collection contains a typescript of a speech: Lyons, the quarry town, given by Kingery before the Monday literary Club in March 1948; and cover letter.
Collection contains two manuscripts: A Pair of Silver Wings (245 page typescript); Colonel Todhunter's Daughter - biography of Elliott Todhunter Dewey (5 typed pages; 2 copies).
Collection contains a 732 page typescript in two parts with corrections and annotations, of an unpublished autobiography: The Hatch and Brood of Time.
Collection contains handwritten memoirs of Bloom's experience as a Colo. pioneer. Includes typed transcription.
Collection contains typescripts of poetry written by Douglas (1945-1950); scrapbook entitled "The Inner Light" contains poetry by "Eric" Douglas; hymnal from Protestant Episcopal Church (1892); program from 7th reunion of the 31st General Hospital unit held in Denver, Colorado (June 1951).
Collection contains extracts (typescript) from an article about a red sandstone butte on the South Fork of Powder River, ten miles north of Salt Creek, Wyo. Named after the brothers Frank W. and George Freund, gunsmiths in Cheyenne, Wyo. 1860s and Denver, Colo. 1870s.
Corrected typescripts of her: America's knitting book (1968; also rev. ed. 1974); and America's crochet book (1972). Original illustrative material included.
Collection contains a 459 page typescript of Ensey's autobiography.
Collection contains an original typescript, revised typescript, galley version and book plates for Uchill's book, Pioneers, Peddlers, and Tsadikim, A Century of Jewish Life in Colorado published by Sage Books, 1957. Also includes research and notes on P.T. Barnum and William H. Buchtel.
Collection contains transcripts of four poems by Dungan: The Power of Prayer, The Rocky Mountain Tick, Stray-Horse Creek, and Joe Slade,--the Outlaw (n.d.); and two cover letters (1954).
Collection contains research material gathered by John J. Lipsey for his book: The lives of James John Hagerman (Denver : Golden Bell Press, 1968). Biographical data on Hagerman, information on Colorado Midland Railway and on litigation between Hagerman and Jerome B. Wheeler over the Mollie Gibson Mine, Aspen, Colo.
Collection contains a description of an altercation between Spencer Penrose and Charles Ryan on the Corley Road, Teller County, Colo.
Collection contains correspondence regarding publications, research notes, photographs, and hand-drawn map of Donner Party route. Also included are drafts and typescript manuscripts of: Forbidden Coast (Russians in North California); Long Desired El Dorado (Lansford Warren Hastings); Canby's Cross (Modoc War); and The Most Miserable Men, later published as For Fear We Shall Perish.
Collection contains research material gathered by Agnes Wright Spring in editing the book: A bloomer girl on Pike's Peak, 1858 (Denver, Colo. : Western History Dept., Denver Public Library, c1949). Includes Mrs. Spring's notes and correspondence, typescript of the book, book reviews, and a radio play based on it by Myron Smith (University of Denver, 1950).
Collection contains a typescript and photocopy of magazine article about Ford written by Mark Harris from Negro Digest (March 1950); program from the ground breaking ceremony of the Ford-Warren branch of Denver Public Library (1974); photocopy of Ford's obituary (1952).
Collection contains corrected typescripts, notes, correspondence, other research material for Kathleen Bruÿn's two books; includes unpublished manuscript (1930s): New deal for Olympus by husband, Marcel Bruÿn.