Found in 410 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains letter (with envelope) from Delderfield from Sidmouth, Devon, to Helen D. Stanley.
Original signed letter (and copy) by R. W. King to Olive Hensley, Denver Public Library.
Collection contains Field letters (dated October 9, 1930 and May 13, 1936) to Katherine Watson, Denver (Colo.) Public Library; "Girlhood Favorites" list created by DPL and signed by Field.
Collection contains draft of requirements for organizing; typescript copies of certificate of incorporation, charter, and by-laws. Quit claim deed, brochure and correspondence, including letter from president N.C. Merrill.
Collection contains letters written to Western History and Genealogy Department of Denver Public Library concern Harvey "Kid Curry" Logan.
Typed and signed membership letter, dated July 15, 1929, from A. B. Williams to Mrs. Lucy H. Turner.
Collection contains a letter to Eleanor Gehres, Denver Public Library, contains information about Denver's family, describes family life in Kansas, gold mining in Alaska and working on airbase during World War II; Christmas greetings (no date); handwritten note on living in Denver (Colo.) 1910-1911.
Hand-written letter written by R. G. Buckingham on Harry House, Hamilton Mo., stationary, and Colorado Medical Society gold medal with R. E. Buckingham, M. D., First Pres. pictured.
Collection contains military records, booklets and insignia, correspondence to and from family members, and photographs from training and time spent in Italy.
Collection contains miscellaneous material from Standing Rock (Military Station and Indian Agency), Dakota Territory. Letters, military orders and memos chiefly concerning Indians and the U.S. Army. From D.S. Stanley, W.P. Carlin, R.E. Johnston, and others.
Collection contains a letter to Miss Bertha Boyd regarding teacher placement in states west of the Mississippi RIver; blank card with questions about the applicant, their interests, areas of expertise, education.
Collection contains a letter from Fyleman (New York City, N. Y.) to Katherine Watson regarding book list created by Denver (Colo.) Public Library, dated October 26, 1930.
Handwritten letter from postmaster Mrs. Fern Morgan to Dan Peterson, Denver, Colo., regarding buildings used in the MGM film Saddle the Wind (1957)
Collection contains Harris letter (dated February 10, 1947) on Fellowship of American Composers letterhead (Colorado Springs, Colo.) to Malcolm G. Wyer, Denver (Colo.) Public Library.
Valentino letter (dated March 24, 1923) to Hazel Dzuck, Boise, Idaho, in response to request for photograph.
Collection contains "Girlhood Favorites" book list created by Denver (Colo.) Public Library; preferences cited and signed by Owen.
Letter from Simm's secretary, Ruth Tucker (dated October 7, 1930) to Katherine Watson; includes "Girlhood Favorites" book list created by Denver (Colo.) Public Library and signed by Simms as Ruth Hanna McCormick.
Letter by Chaffin (dated September 24, 1853) sent from White Rock, Eldorado County, California, to nephew Smith Chaffin in New York state; describes transcontinental journey.
Collection contains two letters from the S. & S. Bottling Works, Denver, Colo. to the Barteldes Seed Co (1910) and Tivoli-Union Company (1926).
Letters to Julius Lee and Daniel Drussel from Kostitch regarding mining properties in Colorado; dated January 10, 1882 and January 22, 1882.
Single letter written by Governor Samuel H. Elbert to his older sister, Annie Townsend on October 23, 1853.
Collection contains a letter from Crothers, March 10, 1915, sent from Cambridge Mass., to Miss Madiera, accepting an invitation to address the school commencement.
"Girlhood Favorites" book list created by Denver (Colo.) Public Library; preferences cited and signed by Bryant.
Collection contains "Girlhood Favorites" book list created by Denver (Colo.) Public Library; preferences cited, edited and signed by Teasdale (ca.1930).
Collection contains "Girlhood Favorites" book list created by Denver (Colo.) Public Library; preferences cited and signed by Lagerlöf.
Collection contains 3 letters received by Bell: 1. William T. Powell (April 19, 1906) regarding military service with Bell in Panama -- 2. H. B. Stewart (April 7, 1906) regarding military service with Bell in Venezuela -- 3. Douglas Robinson(?) (April 14, 1905) regarding information about Elsworth A. Stevens.
Collection contains Shumway's business and personal correspondence with information on his financial dealings, family business, stock information, and information on coal, mining and lumber concerns.
Collection contains letters from agents: William Broderick and Robert G. Yates on behalf of the Singer Manufacturing Co., San Francisco.