Found in 410 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains autobiography of Harrison and letter from Harrison, dated August 11, 1973.
Collection contains correspondence, research material, book reviews, railroad miscellanea.
Collection contains a signed typescript copies of original poems, some on the subject of various postage stamps; photocopies of items of personal correspondence.
The collection contains a letter from Eloisa Baca Meyers to Milton W. Callon regarding school founded by Sisters of Loretto, at Mora, New Mexico, named the Convent of the Annunciation.
Collection contains Wyeth letter (dated August 26, 1930) from Chads Ford, Pennsylvania, to Katherine Watson, Denver (Colo.) Public Library; "List of Children's Books too Good to Miss" created by DPL and signed by Wyeth.
Collection contains two letters on U.S. Senate stationery from N. P. Hill, Washington DC to J. S. Randall, Georgetown, Colo.; one to accompany a gift book, the other to express confidential opinions about an incident involving W.A. Hamill and H.R. Wolcott, Colorado political figures.
Contains administrative information about Denver Free University including: bylaws, minutes, agendas, financial information, newspaper clippings, hand written notes, draft of personnel policies, correspondence, annual reports, schedule of classes, proposal, committee membership information, a student survey and a dissertation by Barbara Bloom.
Collection contains Curtis' notes, correspondence, short stories, histories, transcriptions, translations, and original music manuscripts documenting the following American Indian tribes: Yuma, Navajo, Zuni, Winnebago, Apache, Kiowa, Pawnee, Cheyenne, Arapaho, Dakota, Mojave, Kwakintl, Pima, San Juan Pueblo, Wabonaki, Penobscot. Included are notes and typescripts related to her book: Songs of Ancient America (1905).
Collection contains "Girlhood Favorites" book list created by Denver (Colo.) Public Library; preferences cited and signed by Ross.
Collection contains 3 handwritten letters from Stewart addressed: Dear Brother.
Collection contains signed correspondence from Nevada Power, Mining and Milling Company, Denver, Colo., regarding mining in Carson City, Nevada.
Collection contains a letter from Nicholas C. Creede, Creede, Colo. to P. F. Sharp, Pueblo, Colo.; letter expresses desire that Sharp join him and Capt. Campbell on train to Denver.
Collection contains correspondence with May Wood Wigginton, Assistant Librarian, Denver Public Library, concerning his book Poems of life. Includes biographical material.
Collection contains a letter from Smith to Katherine Watson, Denver (Colo.) Public Library, regarding book list and her sister Kate Douglas Wiggin, dated November 10, 1930; list "Girlhood Favorites" selections indicated.
Collection contains a letter (1947) to Caroline Bancroft regarding the interior of the Libbie Block house located at 126? Casey Street, in Central City, Colo.; transcript of a warranty deed originally dated October 13, 1872.
The collection Includes financial materials, mine information and reports, correspondence, safety information, drilling information, explosives information, inspection reports and information, newspaper clippings, ledgers, survey maps.
Collection contains a copy of a letter from O. B. Crosby, Denver, Colo. Territory to his brother Christ(opher); letter tells about life in Denver, food prices, and prospects for work.
Photocopy, typescript and photocopied envelope of 1870 letter from O. P. Luse to his brother and sister regarding his decision to move to Kansas with Sarah Ashmore.
Letters from President John F. Kennedy to General Douglas MacArthur (January 22, 1963) and General Douglas MacArthur to Mr. Hoyt (March 27, 1963) on Olympic Businessmen's Committee letterhead.
Includes 1 typewritten letter from C. G. Wider, Supt., Orizaba Mines Co., to E. R. Talbot, Cameron, Mo. and 1 hand-drawn and colored document titled: Map of Claims in Grand Co. Colo. Owned by The Orizaba Mines Co.
Collection contains business letters soliciting advertising and giving rates in the Herald.
Collection contains a signed letter from Otto Mears, Silverton, Colo., to David Woodbury regarding pack mules; handwritten on Mears System for Toll Roads stationary with Mears System of Tollroads map on verso.
Collection contains a letter that disclaims aspects of Hollister's earlier "pamphlet" as "exceedingly crude" and admits "some of the incidents are colored somewhat to make a story." Accompanied by correspondence between the Western History Dept. and C.E. Dornbusch, New Rochelle, N.Y., regarding Hollister's authorship.
Collection contains official archives of the club. Constitution and bylaws, lists of members and officers, announcements and programs, newsletters, clippings, correspondence. Additions expected. Also includes correspondence of Harold E. Benson (founding member and first president) with various club members.
Letters to Lathrop's parents informing them of his death and awarding of the Silver Star; copies of photographs of Lathrop as a boy and young man.
Letter from Alyce to Paul T. Jones, Oakland, California, on May 17, 1935; letter is penciled on chain letter slips from 4330 E. Colfax, Denver, Colo.
Collection contains campaign information, correspondence, copies of legislative bills, photographs.
Collection contains nine short stories written by Pearl Andrews about life growing up in Denver, Colo.; four handwritten letters (copies) from her father, Daniel W. Stevens (1923-1931).
Collection contains a letter to Mr. Peckham from Anna C. Pettys (dated March 13, 1962) and printed pamphlet titled: Peckham Genealogy, the English Ancestors and American Descendants of John Peckham of Newport Rhode Island 1638.
Collection contains a letter by Robert Addison Dague, Denver, Colo.; he writes about life work, among other things "author of several books, edited and published newspapers 35 years in Iowa, Kansas and California." Also about his interest in socialism, spiritualism and pacifism.