Found in 163 Collections and/or Records:
Pocket record book of prospecting and mining activities in Leadville and elsewhere in Colorado. Also a few items of business transaction (1881-1886).
Collection contains a 110 page photocopy of a diary documenting Billingsley's time in Florence and Brownville, Nebraska Territory for the Presbyterian Board of Home Missions (1857-1861); later in Denver and mining camps in Colorado Territory during gold rush days (1861-1862).
Collection contains a travel diary (February 9 - March 12, 1899) documenting an ocean voyage aboard the Hamburg-American steamship Fürst Bismarck; travel documents: passenger list, menu, hotel laundry list, letter, clippings, ephemera from an 1899 European trip.
Diary of a trip from Mount Pleasant, Iowa to Montana via New York, the Isthmus, San Francisco, Portland, and the Columbia River; also return trip via Nicaragua. Describes conditions locating and building the wagon road.
Collection contains a diary about the overland trip by wagon train from Ind. to Calif. along the Oregon/California trail (1849).
The collection contains a single journal or diary compiled by Garses primarily between 1941-1944 when he worked at the Highway Mine, Morris Creek, Idaho. Entries include notations covering the operation of the mine, weather observations, addresses, accounts, stock raising, medical information, family and genealogical information (1924-1944). One of his half siblings, Lola Anita Read Brown (October 22, 1904- December 12, 1974) is named in the title page of his journal.
Diary of experiences with Colorado Volunteers during Civil War, serving in Colorado and New Mexico. Also some Ickis family data.
Collection contains 5 diaries (1880-1884) documenting Wright's daily activities: mining activities, chores, expenses. DVD (2006) with original film footage from the early 1930s. The films documents the activities at Wright Ranch and includes audio commentary by the cameraman and former camper at the Wright's Ranch.
Typed transcript of journal written April 18 to September 12, 1852, describing travel from Iowa to California. Gives information on weather conditions, Native American tribes and encounters with wild animals.Travelers average 20 miles a day.
Collection contains a diary kept during migration from Linn, Kan. to Peyton, Colo., 1896. Edited with introduction (1965) by her daughter, Blanche Talhelm Frantz.
Collection contains a diary with mainly brief notations of his own or friends' activities, weather, crops, agricultural pests, births, deaths, and other events of personal interest. Many gaps in chronology, such as no entries November 16, 1872-Dececmber 23, 1876. His sometimes detailed meteorological observations are not usually clearly identified as to place. Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm138).
Collection contains docket books of cases heard before Arapahoe County, Colo. justices of the peace: John Wanless (1861-1862), Omer O. Kent (1864-1865, 1866-1867), and Samuel D. Hunter (1865-1866). Volumes later used by Justice Kent as personal diaries, 1877 (Jan. 1-May 7) and 1893 (Jan. 1-Apr. 25). Also inserted: Letter, 1897 Sept. 15 from Caroline, Silver Springs, Tenn. to Sister Orpha.
Collection contains brief, daily entries describe his work as bookkeeper, handyman, and miner in and around Leadville and Alma, Colo.
Collection contains a diary that begins on board ship in the South Atlantic en route to India. Continued at barracks in Bombay and other places in India.
Diary of daily life in the 1870's Rocky Mountains.
Copy of transcript of diary kept by Dennis on his overland journey to California. Covers trip from Iowa City, Iowa to Black Fork, Wyoming. Transcript donated by Mattes as part of his research for Platte River Road Narratives. It was copied from transcript owned by Mrs. Helen Remley, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Short journal entries and memoranda handwritten in journal "compliments of First National Bank, Austin, Minn."; entries mention Colorado and Pikes Peak Region.
Account of a journey by wagon train from Plano, Ill. to Denver, Colo. and vicinity over the Santa Fe Trail in 1859.
Collection contains a diary which records work at Terrible Mine and other company tunnels: Brown, Chelsea Beach, Silver Ore, Union.
Collection contains a ledger book used as a diary: first portion documents Meserve's beliefs, philosophy, historic events; describes Pueblo, a Colo. dust storm and funeral; last entries are about his poor health (consumption?).
Includes diary, photograph album and individual photographic prints, newspaper clippings, biography, and correspondence.
Collection contains a diary documenting Hinman's overland journey from near Peoria, Ill. to Cali. (1849) with a few entries on prospecting for gold (1850); also records of expenses (1849-1851); diary was also used by Hinman's daughter, Helen "Nellie" Whitcomb Hinman (1844-1920) for German school exercises (1862); microfilm (Mflm44) contains diary as well as a few letters from Hinman to his wife, Sarah Hosley Whitcomb Hinman (1816-1877).
Diary kept during campaign against the Sioux Indians while commanding lieutenant of Co. B, 12th Missouri Volunteer Cavalry.
Collection contains a travel diary describing a camping trip by horse and wagon with Kassler's brother Ed Kassler and friends: Howard Crocker and Albert Dugan. The route they followed: Clear Creek Canyon, Idaho Springs, Berthoud Pass, Middle Park, Hot Sulphur Springs, Steamboat Springs, Hahns Peak, Pinkhamton, Virginia Dale, Fort Collins, and Longmont; includes 6 poems by Kassler at back of diary. Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm115).
Collection contains a diary describing an overland journey from Jefferson County, Wisconsin to Fort Vancouver, Washington.
Two diaries (1932 and 1933) containing the thoughts and experiences of David Scott Grinnell, Sr., a 'druggist' who took up shop with a partner in Hobart, Oklahoma in 1922, then endured the Great Depression. Journal captures his writings just before the arrival of the drought years that brought on the Dust Bowl. Each volumes contain entries for all but 20-30 days of each year. Topics include how much business he saw at his pharmacy, and time he spent duck hunting.
Diary of Mrs. Alice Davis (1896); 1911 graduation announcement from Manual Training School (Denver, Colo.); graduation program from East High School (Denver, Colo.); correspondence; invitation; certificate of promotion; scrapbook of newspaper clippings; program from memorial service in Denver, Colo. for President McKinley.
Includes Sarah Platt Martin's passport (1936), scrapbook (1913-1914), daily diary (1903), one large rolled drawn portrait, two small portraits of Sarah Platt Decker and drawn portrait of Sarah Platt Martin.