Found in 163 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains a photocopy of a 5 page typescript of an extended letter or diary written by Mary A. Smith to her sister, Mattie Smith Boggs; the letter describes Smith's trip westward from either St. Joseph, Missouri or Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas in June 1866; additional letter (unsigned) written in 1951 by a relative describes the diary to Culver's great-grandchildren.
Collection contains a photocopy of Jewett's diary titled: "Journal to and from California." Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm51).
Photocopy of handwritten diary by Merci Treat Berry. Includes her bible studies, weather observations, meal preparation and comments on her father's health and trips to Canon City, Colorado.
Collection contains a daily diary recording her experiences as a Mormon missionary.
Collection contains a pocket diary with bound transcription copy of a trip from Kalamazoo, Mich. to Placerville, Calif. (April-October 1854) Travel was from Chicago and St. Louis; overland by wagon via Fort Laramie, Fort Bridger, Salt Lake, Potter's Station, Sacramento. Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm192).
Diary of 1862 journey by horse-drawn wagons from Garden Grove, Iowa to Auburn City, Or. via the South Platte route and Sublette's cut-off. Transcript has title: Travels on the Plains in eighteen sixty-two.
Collection contains a typed transcript of a 1891 diary documenting a boat trip on the Green and Colorado rivers, ending in an accident.
Collection contains a diary with Seyler's thoughts on physics, engineering, politics, his health and work.
Original Diary of James Siddens contains details of Siddens trip to Pikes Peak in pencil and has entries covering: list of expenses, mileage and camp places as well as detailing of everyday life, and directions to Pikes Peak and the Gold Fields. Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm205).
Platte River Itinerary, 1860: road ranches and stage relay stations along the river road between Fort Kearney and Denver City
Travel description based on quotes from diaries.
Items include the following materials from the Mount Rainier test expedition (1942): copies of journal entries and a set of 140 35mm negatives. Copies of the following color motion picture films: "First Battalion, 87th Infantry, Mountain Reinforced," and "10th Mountain Ski Lessons, Climbing Formations."
Collection contains a typed transcript (1934) of a diary of a sheep drive from Oregon to Wyoming, May 27-Sept. 29, 1882. Also transcripts of two letters (Apr. 9, 12, 1934) from Evans to Robert H. Burns (U. of Wyo.) regarding the diary.
Collection contains a 96 page diary documenting Contant's Journey from Springfield, Illinois to Denver, Colorado during the summer, 1880. With headquarters in Denver, Constant made many excursions by train into surrounding Front Range areas. Collection also available on microfilm (Mflm 24).
Collection contains a diary written by Perkin from March 10, 1940 to September 2, 1942.
Microfilm copy of handwritten diaries.
Collection contains a pocket diary with brief records of office visits and house calls, fees; also comments on social life and mining interests.
Diary dated between 1891-1897 containing brief entries of business and travel costs associated with mining operations in Eagle, Leadville, Red Cliff and Fulford, Colo. Not all entries are in the same hand and were probably generated by different individuals. Other names notated in the diary include: J. C. Helm, F. J. Macke and H. H. Lansing or Laning.
Collection contains a dairy of an overland trip to Oregon 1853.
Collection contains a copy of the journal of Mrs. Smith's journey with her husband (and others) from Springfield, Massachusetts. to Waiilatpu, Oregon Territory to join Marcus Whitman in his missionary work (1838-1839). Diary also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm75).
Collection contains a diary that tells about trip by covered wagon from Omaha to Denver along the Platte (Apr.-May 1863) and the rigors of housekeeping in early Denver. In 1864, mentions Cherry Creek flood, Indian raids, and her husband's joining Colonel Chivington to fight Indians near Fort Lyon, Colorado.
Collection contains a photocopy of Terry's diary (1871); concerns location and founding of Longmont by Chicago Colorado Colony. Photocopy of report (Feb. 16, 1872) summarizes accomplishments of the colony; brief inventory and information about Seth Terry in the Longmont Pioneer Museum; microfilm contains scrapbook of clippings, railroad passes, programs, correspondence about Terry's life and the lives of other pioneers (Mflm79).
Bound, handwritten journals with photographs which relate to Chapin's mountain expeditions near Estes Park, Colorado.
Collection contains a diary with handwritten travel notes and a poetry journal.
Collection contains notes, diagrams, pictures of mines in Leadville and Cripple Creek districts, Colorado.
The collection contains correspondence, reports, maps, interviews, photographs, newspaper clippings, personal diaries, notebooks and audio tapes. As well as material covering the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (1971), the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act (1980) and material from Swem's involvement with the Wilderness Society.
The items in the collection include Moore's Alaska diary (1942); military papers, memos, notes pertaining to the creation of various items used by soldiers in mountain warfare (1942-1943); transcript of Lowell Thomas radio broadcast (1942).
The collection contains a diary of journey from Dubuque, Iowa to Volcano, California from 1852. Kept by Thomas Brinley Rickey and Cordellia (or Cordeloa) Ann Rickey Bradley. Also typed transcript (195-?) by Edna Clingan Hanson and Bernice Bostick Hoover. Caption title of transcript: Rickey diary of crossing the Plains, 1852.
Original pocket diary for 1869 and typed transcripts of 1868 and 1871 diaries detail the daily life of a miner in early Colorado.
Collection contains correspondence, diaries, clippings, radio scripts, articles, and financial records. Mostly concern the Highland-Bavarian Corporation efforts to build a resort between Aspen and Ashcroft, Colo.