Found in 410 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains records for the various Southwest Symposiums held between 1989-2007.
Correspondence of Western History Dept. Denver Public Library with researcher Dan Gutleben and others concerning files of Colorado newspapers from Sugar City, Rocky Ford, and Holly.
Includes correspondence from Sydney B. Tell, principal assistant engineer and supervisor of transportation for the Rocky Fork and Cooke City Railway Co.
Collection contains a printed brochure with pictures and information about the camp (circa 1964); letter concerning Gotland horses.
Collection contains a letter from Malone (dated April 4, 1946) to Katherine Watson, Denver (Colo.) Public Library; "Books too Good to Miss" list created by DPL and signed by Malone.
Collection contains copies of correspondence from Willard Teller and Clayton C. Dorsey, General Attorneys, Union Pacific Railroad Company concerning requests for passes for politically influential people (1903). Names include Sherman Bell, Horace G. Burt (President, Union Pacific Railroad), John B. Cooke, W.A. Deuel (Union Pacific Railroad). The correspondence references the 1903 Elkins Act.
Letters sent from Colorado Territory regarding economics, weather, conflicts with Indians, social life, railroads, and mining.
Collection consists of maps, clippings, and correspondence sent and received by Theodore A. Schomburg, 1915-1926, and correspondence, and machine plans from Thomas W. Schomburg, 1943-1946.
Collection contains a letter from J.V. Miller, for Edison, sent from Orange NJ, on Edison Laboratory letterhead to Katherine Watson; includes "List of Children's Books too Good to Miss" created by Denver (Colo.) Public Library; preferences cited and signed by Edison.
Collection contains handwritten letter to R. W. Gilder, magazine editor, regarding a speech Jaurer had heard and requesting that it be reprinted in Gilder's publication.
Collection contains letter, military records, bronze star citation (1943-1946, n.d.).
Signed letter from Jefferson to Colonel Thomas Turpin; dated December 23, 1780; includes original, typescript, copy, and 2 letters about the item (included January 1966)
Collection contains letters to Denver Public Library concerning Thomas Kearny's book on relatives: Philip Kearny and Stephen Watts Kearny.
Collection contains a letter from Thomas Nelson Page, Washington D.C. to Helen Ingersol, Denver (Colo.) Public Library; dated October 28, 1921.
Collection contains personal and business correspondence regarding Colorado mining interests and formation of the Presidential Group.
Collection contains a letter of introduction for Mr. Fairchild to Co. J. C. Hays, a San Francisco, Calif. official for the purpose of arresting a man named Beckwith.
Correspondence regarding reproduction of J. W. Reed's Map of and guide to the Kansas gold region (1859) includes 2 letters from Thomas W. Streeter to Nolie Mumey, l letter to Streeter from Archibald Hanna at Yale University Library and 3 typewriter copy sheets of letters from Streeter by Mumey. Includes 2 mail delivery receipts.
Original letter and typescript describing a trip across the plains to Colorado in a stage coach in 1865 by Gus Frye to his father Captain V.A. Frye in Salem, Mass.
Includes newspapers clippings, correspondence, notes, copies of newspaper clippings, brochures, promotional material, Uptown Healthcare urban design board meeting material 1990s notebook and model for development of East Colfax Avenue. Uptown Denver Partnerships binders with correspondence, newspaper clippings and board meeting minutes.
Collection contains a letter from Stefansson, New York City to Arthur Carhart; signed and dated October 19, 1936.
The collection consists of an assortment of materials related to the operations of the organization: association minutes, zoning information, handbooks, pamphlets, newsletters and association presidents' files.
Collection contains a typescript and signed letter from White (Emporia, Kansas) to Mrs. Caroline Prentis regarding death of Mary; dated June 11, 1921.
Collection contains a letter from W. C. Gerard proposes holding a midsummer national competitive musical contest or carnival for amateurs in Denver, Colo.; proposal accompanied by two letters of introduction.
Collection contains "List of Children's Books too Good to Miss" created by Denver (Colo.) Public Library; preferences cited and signed by Eaton.
Letter sent by Scott (dated March 15, 1813) from Edinburgh, Scotland, ("Dear Sir"); reply from Mr. Bell (dated March 31, 1813) regarding Newcastle Antiquarian Society.
Family correspondence regarding early Colorado life.
Four page letter written February 13, 1894 from W.B. Rundle to his daughter, Alice Rundle in Denver as a Valentine, describing conditions in the mining town of Cripple Creek, Colo. The letter was sent from Midland, Colo.
Collection contains Willkie letter (dated March 31, 1943) from New York to Katherine Watson, Denver (Colo.) Public Library; "List of Children's Books too Good to Miss" created by DPL and signed by Willkie.
Collection contains letter from K.G. Cooper, General Manager and later President of the Denver Republican Newspaper to Robinson (October 1, 1889); marriage announcement for Will F. Robinson and Mamie E. Byers in Denver, Colo. (February 12, 1878); at home card (1878).
Collecion contains letters from Republican leaders in various Colo. counties to chairman Hamill of the Republican State Central Committee concerning the 1878 election. Microfilmed material (Mflm137) is of broader scope: mining investments, other business, political, and personal matters.