Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains a letter discussing research into mid-19th century theater personalities in the Western U.S (Page 2 only; addressee unknown); copy of article written by Clark titled: Denver Has Always Been a Good Show Town.Discusses research into mid-19th century theater personalities in the Western U.S (Page 2 only; addressee unknown); article written by Clark titled: Denver Has Always Been a Good Show Town.
Collection contains a scrapbook with newspaper clippings of stories written by Prickett: one series recounts an overland trip to California (1854); also includes the series: "Early mining days in the gold fields of California." Both series written under the by-line: A Gold-seeker. Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm94).
CCollection contains correspondence; magazine articles concern Young and her career as a deputy U.S. marshal.
Collection contains biographical information on Maxwell: What ever became of Mrs. Maxwell's natural history collection? by Mary Dartt Thompson (1924); A pioneer venture in habitat grouping (1915); transcription of clipping from the Potter American Monthly (1876); 6 copy b/w copy photographs from the Centennial Exposition (1876).
Collection contains scrapbook "Max Lanner, Colorado College": chiefly programs and clippings of Lanner's musical career in Colorado. Also paper: "Historical notes on the Music Department of Colorado College," 1959.
Collection contains material on Red Rocks, an open-air theater near Denver, Colo. generated by Bernet: Colorado's incomparable heritage (1968; abridged version appeared in Denver Post Empire magazine, Aug. 4, 1968); script for illustrated lecture: The incomparable Red Rocks (1971; rewritten version appeared in Denver Westerners Brand book, v. 28, 1972).