Found in 55 Collections and/or Records:
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 a transcript of a letter from Andrew Washington Carson, Conyersville, Tenn. to Christopher "Kit" Carson; contains information about Carson family genealogy.
Collection contains a shorthand record of U.S. District Court, Denver, Colo. proceedings (Judge A.W. Brazee, presiding) in a contempt case involving mining interests in Pitkin County near Aspen, Colo. Defendants: Elmer T. Butler, David R.C. Brown.
Collection contains court document transcript from U.S. Supreme Court, Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Company vs. Robert Mingus.
Collection contains photocopy of Augusta Tabor's death certificate (1961), typed transcripts of will and related estate papers (1956).
Collection contains audio tape interviews conducted by Gallegos with former residents of the neighborhood, governmental officials, activists, theater related individuals and musicians. Approximately 12 of the interviews have a transcript; also included are 5 transcripts for taped interviews not found in the collection: History of Auraria class contract, Dennis Bryan, Gloria Rodriguez, Peggy Olona, Gonzales reunion.
Collection contains an audio cassette recording of Balster reconstructing the events surrounding the Sand Creek Massacre and William Bent's role in seeking a peaceful settlement; transcript of tape.
Collection contains a typescript with corrections of his book about historic structures in Central City and Black Hawk, Colorado.
Collection contains a diary describing an overland journey from Jefferson County, Wisconsin to Fort Vancouver, Washington.
Collection contains materials related to Watkin's discrimination case against the Union Pacific Railroad Company and includes correspondence, transcripts of hearings, brochures, newspaper and magazine articles; key note address to the 3rd National Negro Labor Council convention.
Collection contains transcript and indexing of student project interview by Nancy Whistler and newspaper clipping upon Whitman's retirement from her 41-year Denver Public Library career.
Collection contains a typescript diary of Brunton engineering projects and travel; also sections on his inventions, World War I service record, clients, and assistants.
Collection contains a typed and initialed poem by F.O. Bransted; written as a tribute to General George Custer.
Collection contains a typed transcript of diary entries. End of diary (Oct. 1864-Aug. 1865) briefly describes efforts to find work in San Francisco Bay region.
The interview provides biographical information and personal observations about Erickson's experiences as a member of the 10th Mountain Division during World War II.
Items include scrapbooks, newsletters, photographs, chronologies and histories of the nuns and residents. History booklet includes photos of children at orphanage from beginnings to 1960s when it closed. Led By Love Autobiographical Stories of Sister Theresa Langfield, O.S.F. and color portrait of Sister Theresa Langfield.
Collection contains Nims' diary (1889 May 22-July 24) of the Brown-Stanton party with descriptive appendix. Also a fictionalized account (1890?) of the river journey with title: A month in Cataract Canon on the Colorado River.
The collection includes: biographical information compiled by David Miller (n.d.); clippings (ca.1980, n.d.); transcript of an interview with CBS Sunday Morning (1994).
Collection contains a transcript of a diary documenting a boat trip from Green River, Wyo., down the Green and Colorado rivers, through Grand Canyon to Yuma, Ariz.
Collection contains the written narration for the slide presentation, "Meeting the Challenge", outlines the history of Somerset, Colorado, a coal-mining community near Paonia, Colorado; photocopy of article on Somerset from "Coal" newsletter (August, 1939).
The collection contains an edited and transcribed copy of Senner's war diary (ca.1945).
Collection contains a transcript of an oral history interview by Nancy Whistler.
Interview examines history and settlement of early Denver and family history.
Collection contains extracts from Ford's diary covering the years he was in Leadville, Colo. looking after his father-in-law's silver mining ventures. Transcript (ms. with typed copy) somewhat edited to omit material "not relevant to Leadville."
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 materials related to Maestas' involvement with the American GI Forum: badges, tie, cap, interview transcript, organization history, photographs (1940-2017)..
Typed transcript of interview conducted by Margaret Linger. Martin talks about the animals, exhibits, Denver (Colo.) politics, different Zoo directors and Mrs. Helen Johnson and her contributions to the Denver (Colo.) Zoo.
Collection contains a transcript of interview by Arlynn Nellhaus for article in Denver Post Contemporary, May 7, 1972, describes Cranmer's experiences as president of the Denver Civic Symphony and musicians who stayed at her home.
Collection contains early 1874 entries written in Indiana, his home state, and Missouri. Took train to Denver, Colo. Sept. 1874 but failed to find work. Took coach to Georgetown, Colo. Nov. 1874 and worked for Henry Boyer, furniture dealer.