Found in 163 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains family correspondence (Mar. 1943-Dec. 1945); journal (Dec. 1944-Aug. 1945).
Patriarchal blessings, marriage certificate, tithing commitments, receipts, promissory note, and diary listing church members and their trip to the "Great Salt Lake Utaw" from Pottawattamy County, Iowa in 1852. Diary describes campsites, health of the members, weather and animals lost to wolves.
The collection contains two diaries written by Hazel Austin between ca.1930-1938. The diaries document Hazel and Oliver Austin's lives as the two traveled throughout the mid-west, southwest and on the west coast holding revival meetings and conducting trine immersion.
Collection contains an account of a journey from Plano, Ill. to Denver, Colo. in 1860. Followed the northern or Platte Valley route.
Collection contains an official Camp Fire Girl personal diary (January-May 1937) written by Shear when she was 17 years old. Contents mention a trip to Trinity Church at 18th and Broadway, going to the City Auditorium to see the Civic Symphony Orchestra, visiting Englewood and a Camp Fire meeting at 2105 South Fillmore Street, frigid snowy weather, writing school reports, working at the Camp Fire office, visiting neighbors and friends and folding Red Cross bandages.
Collection contains a diary of experiences with Gibbon's Montana Column in the Sioux campaign of 1876. Transcript has title: H.B. Freeman's diary of Custer's campaign. Journal of experiences with Gibbon's Montana Column in the Sioux campaign of 1876. Transcript has title: H.B. Freeman's diary of Custer's campaign.
Informal record of his personal, professional, and social life mainly in Boston and Denver. Inserted material includes clippings, programs, certificates.
Collection includes correspondence, journal, photographs, and employment data. Instruction and question books for The Correspondence School of Mines in Scranton, Pennsylvania, are also included.
Collection of extracts from Reckmeyer's 1857-1871 diary having to do with his stay in Colorado (1863-1867). Also copies of receipts and memoranda on mining claims (1859-1869). Commentary and marginalia by son, Clarence Reckmeyer (1876-1955).
The collection contains two diaries written by Spies during military training at Camp Hale, Colo. (1944) and while on tour of duty in Italy (Jan.-Aug., 1945); 37 b/w photographs of soldiers and military maneuvers at Camp Hale, Colo., furloughs to Leadville, Idaho Springs, Colorado Springs, and Denver, Colo. (1943-1944).
Collection contains a diary written by Baldy during his trip to and from California. Included is a partial transcript for May 15 - Sept. 1852. Diary provides descriptions of the landscape, route, seeing a herd of buffaloes, Black Hills, arriving on the Pacific Coast, trading posts operated by Indians. Collection also available on microfilm (Mflm 8).
Collection contains diary of a 119-day trip from Washington, Missouri to Sacramento City, California (1850) -- a "hard, dangerous, and toilsome journey across the Rocky Mountains, Great Basin and Sierre Nevada Mountains." Diary also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm84).
Collection contains extracts from Ford's diary covering the years he was in Leadville, Colo. looking after his father-in-law's silver mining ventures. Transcript (ms. with typed copy) somewhat edited to omit material "not relevant to Leadville."
Typed transcript of diary entries. End of diary (Oct. 1864-Aug. 1865) briefly describes efforts to find work in San Francisco Bay region.
Journal and account book with brief ms. entries about trips: Beatrice, Neb. to Denver, Colo. 1863; Denver to Brownsville, Neb. and on to Sheboygan, Wis. 1863; Austinberg, Ohio to Chicago, Ill. 1865-1866. Travel expenses, accounts, addresses included.
Collection contains journals compiled by Asmus documenting her travel, life and personal experiences (1965-2011).
Collection contains two diaries written by Nichols: 1. diary (1890) with records of ranching, weather conditions, cash accounts, etc. in Lincoln and Dawson counties, Nebraska; includes trip to Denver, Colorado and death of wife, Mary L. Nichols (January 1890). -- 2. diary (1897) describes Ira Nichols retirement in Florida. Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm125).
Personal journal of experiences in the Hancock expedition against Native Americans of Kansas and Nebraska; includes speeches by Hancock and Native leaders; mentions Custer's involvement with the Calvary.
Collection includes letterbook (1880-1888) and ledger (1877-1886). Diary (1856-1857) of an older Isham Robertson Howze, relationship unknown, which was written in Tennessee. Also minutes and documents (1913-1920) for the Partriotic Order Sons of America.
Collection contains Evan's personal diaries with observations about her relationship with Laurena Hodges Senter and as a wife, mother and grandmother.
Diary contains daily accounts of the United States Union Army during Civil War, descriptions of events and people.
Field notes pertaining to the Stansbury Expedition to the Great Salt Lake in 1849-1850.
Collection contains a diary with a list of income and expenses; includes description of a trip May 2-16, 1872 from Fairfield, Iowa to San Francisco, Calif. by train and on to Portland, Or. by boat.
Log of "3 months laborious travel" from Colorado, across Wyoming (partly on the Oregon Trail) to the "Nesperces or Salmon River mines" of Idaho.
Entries record personal and family activities at store and farm, church and community.
Journal of a trip from Boise City, Idaho Territory to Blackfoot City, Montana Territory, April and May, 1866. At the back of the diary is a parallel version of the same journey by another hand. Also typed transcript, with introductory material about the Williams family.
Collection contains daily log books (1927-1951) related to Hart's work for the Colorado Game and Fish Department record odometer readings, weather, total hours worked, expenses, license numbers, names of people; personal diaries (1959-1984) document activities with service organizations, news items, health related issues for himself and his wife.
Record of a trip by steamboat and covered wagon from Espy, Pa. to Mountain City, Colo.