Found in 409 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains a signed, handwritten letter from London by James Boswell to Andrew Gibb; hand-written unsigned reply from Gibb to Boswell drafted on verso. Boswell portrait painted by Sir Joshua Reynolds, engraved by E. Finden.
Handwritten letters by Denning to his family during overland trip from Pittsburgh to California; includes description of trip to Estes Park, Colorado.
Collection contains an invitation to W. Duncan, Denver, to join to Clan Gordon Pipe Band; gives meeting times and places.
Collection contains letters from James Reynold Glover to his wife, Martha and children at Greensburg, Kansas.
Single letter from James Ross to his brother, Thomas Ross. The letter contains a first hand account of James Ross' experiences while prospecting in "French Gulch" on the Western Slope of Colorado in August 1861. Subjects briefly mentioned include searching for a housekeeper, dangers of pit mining, medical costs and the Mormon blockage of the road to California. A typescript of the letter is included in the file.
Collection contains typescript and signed letter with preferences indicated on "Books too Good to Miss" list created by DPL (Oct. 29, 1929); correspondence dated Aug. 26, 1936.
Collection contains "Girlhood Favorites" book list created by Denver (Colo.) Public Library and signed by Addams.
Collection contains letters (1898, 1904) written from Hull House (Chicago, Ill.) to Mrs. Denison (Denver, Colo.) and to Mrs. Jameson.
Collection contains a typed and hand-written letter to Caroline Bancroft from Jane Dunning (Mrs. Edwin E.) Rounds, dated September 17, 1964. Letter concerns history of residences at 1200 and 1344 Pennsylvania St., Denver, Colo.
This collection consists of portions of 16 chronologically arranged letters and a map that J.E. Thomas wrote to his parents while employed as a surveyor by the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad in 1883-1884. It is unclear who numbered the pages or letters.
Collection also available on microfilm: Mflm190.
Collection contains three letters (1868-1872), title bond (1864), photocopy of speech (1876), calling cards.
Handwritten letters from brother Jay and friends in Greeley, Colorado; describes employment, health, and finances.
"Girlhood Favorites" list created by Denver (Colo.) Public Library signed by Smith with preferences indicated.
Collection contains a letter from Jo T. Gard, Coal Creek, Colo. to an unidentified friend with health problems; extols Colorado climate, gives prices of provisions, and mentions effect of powder scarcity on mining activities.
Collection consists of a letter written to his mother while Youmans was in Italy.
Collection contains a single letter written from John Hall to his nephew in April 1888. The letter describes the people the couple met, the location as they were building up their farm near Plainview, Neb.
Collection contains a letter from Rockefeller to Malcolm G. Wyer, Denver Public Library regarding Random Reminiscences of Man and Events written by his father; typescript dated June 28, 1943.
Collection contains scrapbook, correspondence, clippings, photographs, exhibition catalogs, other memorabilia. Includes a few sketches and drawings.
Letter from Millais to Oscar Wilde; dated July, 1883.
Collection contains chiefly typescript copies of correspondence with Philip Ashton Rollins and others regarding publication and attempted suppression of A.S. Mercer's The banditti of the the plains (Cheyenne, Wyo. 1894). Also autobiographical data and essay on Keats.
Collection contains correspondence with Denver postal clerk, Charles L. Hincke (1862-1939).
Collection contains an undated Ruskin letter sent from Denmark Hill to Coventry Patmore.
Collection contains "List of Children's Books too Good to Miss" created by Denver (Colo.) Public Library; preferences cited and signed by Dalziel.
Collection contains a copy of a handwritten letter (dated November 13, 1860) from Sedgwick to Assistant Adjutant General; report of interviews with Kiowa and Comanche chiefs.
Collection contains letters written to John E. Leet (1847-1922) in Denver, Colo. by Dr. John Tracey Edson. Contents concerns the Battle of Santiago during the Spanish-American War (1898). Also included is a newspaper clipping (1902) and souvenir booklet (n.d.) about the gunboat Gloucester with report by Edson concerning the battle.
Collection contains letters written by Joseph from New Mexico Military Institute to his mother; letter dated 1884 concerns upcoming election in Colfax County, New Mexico; letters (1892, 1897) regard contested land in New Mexico; receipts and bills (1872-1914); funeral announcement for Sallie A. Montoya.
Collection contains a letter from Joseph B. Silver, Denver, Colo. to his aunt, Myra SIlver, Urbana, Ill. telling about events of the summer.