Found in 409 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains original family correspondence with transcripts (1845-1921), marriage announcement (1923), newspaper clippings (1889), obituaries (1839, 1889, 1905), digital copies of family photographs. CD-ROM contains additional documents and photographs.
Collection contains: C.H. Oakes' scrapbook (1869-1887), sheet music: Lillian Lee (1883), music manuscript: Then You'll Remember Me (n.d.); copy of sheet music: "Helen's Waltz Dream" printed by W.H. Oakes, N.Y.C. (n.d.); clippings (1890s-1910), American Legion roster (1926), correspondence (1940).
Collection contains two scrapbooks kept by club's historians with record of activities, members and officers, photos, clippings, correspondence, programs, study material, invitations, place cards, and other memorabilia.
Two letters written by Clara Ball to Thomas J. Noel, describing her family's background in Denver, beginning with her grandfather, Henry Tuggy, who moved to Denver about 1873 and established a boot and shoe manufacturing company. Helped organize the 1st YMCA in Denver and was involved with the Railroad Mission.
Collection contains a letter from Hunt (dated October 9, 1930) sent from Brooklyn NY to Katherine Watson, Denver (Colo.) Public Library regarding "Girlhood Favorites" list created by DPL and signed by Hunt.
Collection contains a "List of Children's Books too Good to Miss" created by Denver (Colo.) Public Library; preferences cited and signed by Hawkes.
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.
The bulk of the collection includes WWI wartime correspondence by Clark H. King, written from France and addressed to his family in Denver, Colorado, 1917-1919.
Letter to Caroline Bancroft regarding house on Casey Road, in Central City, Colorado, and warranty deed dated October 13, 1872.
Signed letters (with typed transcriptions) from W. Goodrich and Henry French to friend and brother Alvin French of Pittsfield, Illinois; relays details of overland journey to Colorado, Colorado gold mines, and mining conditions.
Collection contains two letters to Francis McMurtrie regarding company business of Seaton Mountain Mining Company, Idaho Springs (Colo.).
Collection documents La Lena's interest in Trinidad, Colo., history and historic preservation; especially related to Trinidad based architects: Issac Hamilton Rapp (1854-1933), William Mason Rapp (1863-1920), and Charles William Bulger (1851-1922). Also includes Isaac Family genealogy (1893-1913), Rosenwald family history, Jewish history, and info on Temple Aaron.
Letter from Skinner (New York City) to Katherine Watson, Denver (Colo.) Public Library regarding book list, dated October 10, 1930; list "Girlhood Favorites" selections indicated and signed by Skinner; letters from Skinner to Watson regarding Skinner's titles: Silent Scot; Becky Landers; and Beaver, Kings and Cabins.
Collection contains reminiscences in the form of a letter to family members. Tells about rugged pioneering days in Leadville, Colo. 1881-1882.
Collection contains a letter from Meigs (Keokuk, Iowa) to Katherine Watson, Denver (Colo.) Public Library regarding book list, dated February 20, 1931; list "Girlhood Favorites" selections indicated, signed by Meigs.
Letter to Denver Chamber of Commerce; dated April 6, 1949.
Handwritten letters to Caroline Bancroft regarding the George E. Randolph House in Central City, Colorado.
Handwritten, signed letter from Reverend Cortlandt Whitehead dated January 20, 1868. The content of the letter is written to an unknown clergyman assigned to Cheyenne, Wyo. inviting him to visit in Black Hawk in the following Spring or Summer. Whitehead briefly mentions Bishop [George Maxwell] Randall and other similar churches and clergymen nearby at Nevada City (Reverend J. Byrne) and Central City (Reverend A. B. Jennings).
Collection contains letters from Cooper sent from New York City to Miss Scott and Mr. Wyer, Denver (Colo.) Public Library regarding "List of Children's Books too Good to Miss" list created by DPL and signed by Cooper.
Collection contains "List of Children's Books too Good to Miss" created by Denver (Colo.) Public Library; preferences cited and signed by Curtis.
Collection contains several confidential telegrams from Gov. Pitkin in Denver to Gen. Cook in Leadville, June 1880, concerning Cook's command of state forces to preserve peace and protect property during a miners' strike. Other items: correspondence, certificates of appointment, special order regarding the Militia during inauguration of John L. Routt as governor of Colorado 1876.
Includes over 100 years of family correspondence from love letters to war correspondence, materials related to the Great Western Sugar Company lawsuit, family photographs, newspaper clippings, diaries, programs, greeting cards, legal materials, genealogy information, military materials, Erie High School materials and correspondence from a family member that worked for the Japanese incarceration camp in Amache, Colo.
Collection contains "List of Children's Books too Good to Miss" created by Denver (Colo.) Public Library; preferences cited and signed by Beard.
Collection contains a letter from David Boyd to Dr. Jesse Hawes; letter discusses current Colorado politics (including women's suffrage) and politicians (notably E.O. Wolcott, E.B. Felker) and mentions status of the appropriation for the State Normal School.
Collection contains documents concerning the suppression of gambling in Colo. Included are a letter to newspaperman, William Stapleton about the Populist Party, drafts of a resolution and an executive order on enforcing current gambling laws and a newspaper statement discussing the role of churches in politics.
The collection contains an original manuscript for her book, The Two Lives of Baby Doe and correspondence regarding gift of Mrs. Roy Adams (Verona "Brownie" Florentine Fishback Adams) material to Western History Dept.
Letter and statement to bondholders and stockholders.
Collection contains letters and notes sent by Nelson to Denver Public Library. The letters talk about Nelson's family, especially his grandfather: Lloyd Allen Nelson (1812-1900) who crossed the plains to Denver in 1859.
Collection contains approximately 200 letters sent by Davol during WWII (1943-1945).