Found in 43 Collections and/or Records:
Thesis submitted by Margaret Hook Olsen for Masters of Religious Education at Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary; covers Galilee Baptist Church history from 1891-1941 and biographical sketch of Pastor Joshua Gravett.
The collection contains biographical information and genealogy (n.d.); post-war correspondence (1997-2003); 10th Mountain Division related photographs of the Memorial Highway (Calif.), War Memorial (Tenn.), and vehicle license plates (1997, n.d.).
The collections contains the following materials: original artwork, newspaper clippings, writings, correspondence, letters, awards, teaching materials, International Arts Movement (IAM) papers.
Collection contains a handwritten manuscript recounting Simpson's family history, childhood in Loveland, Colo., work with the United States Forest Service in Wyo. and Colo.
Collection contains rambling notes as jotted down in talks with Monk about his early days in Saguache Valley, Colo. Apparently kept by donor, Ethel Van Cise. Title on cover: Early Western notes, Saguache country of Colorado.
The collection contains family correspondence (1944-1946); biographical materials (n.d.).
The collection spans fro 1905 through 1978 and includes newspaper column and radio show information, personal files, tapes of radio shows, and notes on completed and in-process books.
Correspondence and typescript of an article: The mystery of the hermit of Golden Mountain. Reckmeyer researched early-day Granite, Colo. (established 1866 as Dayton, name changed 1868) and tried to find Woods' relatives to settle his estate, including a Salida bank account under the name, Jim Geiger.
Collection contains photographs of Spitler at various ages; copy of Spitler biography.
Collection contains artist biographies (1928-2001), articles, correspondence (1970s-2001).
Typed biography (3 leaves) and autobiography (6 leaves); includes events in Loper's life from 1869-1907.
This collection contains clippings and research materials relating to Dr. Justina Ford created after her death in 1952. One tube of undated b/w photographs.
Includes typed biography by Hazel Olive Bennet Kettle and handwritten history by M. R. Stratton.
Collection contains four biographical sketches about colorful Colo. characters: Autobiography of E. B. Sopris; Very private note on E. B. Sopris; Old Washington; Indian agent Dyke.
Collection contains correspondence, biography, resume, educational statement, newspaper clippings, photographs, resource center correspondence, and Irish documents (1970-2007). 16mm films (DVD copy) show locations: Glenwood Springs, Colo., Camp Hale, Colo., rock climbing school and mules; and contain individuals identified as Clint Boyd, Frank Bollers, Chuck Miller, Nelson Lofsted, Carl Maas, Francis Lovett, Clare Symonds, and Ray Franklin (ca.1943-1944).
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 notes for a biographical sketch of F.V. Hayden, M.D.
Typed biography of Robert Emory Ross's California gold-seeking journey from 1850-1858.
Examines Duthie's career as forest ranger in Black Hills National Forest and Medicine Bow National Forest (Wyo.); prepared for Gifford Pinchot.
Items in the collection include copies of 15 black and white photographs (1943-1945); copy of a letter from William H. Cruickshank to Charles Craig about his father Gordon A. Craig (2002); biographical sketch by Charles Craig (2008).
Collection contains 2 genealogical forms filled out by Edgar Rees Huffsmith in 1948 on the Huffsmith-Shinn families for the Descendants of Colorado Pioneers project sponsored by the Colorado Genealogical Society; forms contain biographical and family information; reminiscences of a visit in 1868 by an ailing Kit Carson to Major Daniel Chessman Oakes of Denver.
Collection contains a handwritten; signed letter and biographical information to accompany portrait in the Denver Public Library portrait collection.
The collection contains an assortment of biographical materials, correspondence, military records (1943), clippings. In addition there is correspondence in support of a memorial for Duncan (2003); and other papers related to the Fort Carson, Colo. USAR Center (2000).
The collection includes family and condolence related correspondence (1943-1945); Kvam's military records and personal papers (1943-1946); photographs (n.d.); notes, papers, drafts and a copy of Kvam's biography: "My Brother Keith: A Remembrance" by Audrey Wendland (ca. 1998).
The collection contains a biographical sketch of Moore (n.d.); newspaper clippings (n.d.); portrait of Moore (ca.1952); color and black and white reunion photographs (1984); photograph of Camp Hale, Colo. (1943) taken by Winston Pote.
Collection contains a copy of a letter (1843 July 6) from daughter Sarah A. Jones in Independence; addressed to father, Mr. Lewis Jones "Where'er he may be found." Also typescript of biographical extract from: History of the Arkansas Valley, Colorado (Chicago : O.L. Baskin, 1881).
Typed eulogy for Allen, given by Richard Dittemore at University Park United Methodist Church, Denver, Colorado, February 21, 1998.
Collection contains photocopies of two papers on family immigration written for a Colorado history course at Metropolitan State College, Denver Colo.: 1. "The history of my family in Colorado," by Terry Lombardi. -- 2. "The long journey to Colorado," by (Anthony) Peter Lombardi.
Collection contains a biography titled: Denver Attorney and University Dean.
Collection contains a memorial tribute to Mrs. Midkiff upon her death in Lakeland, Fla. in 1973.