Found in 163 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains an unpublished, bound typescript titled: Three Years in the West by W. E. Barton. The text describes Barton's experiences traveling in the western United States (1907-1911). Text illustrated with printed images and annotations attached to pages. Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm187).
Collection contains a diary (Apr. 12-Sept. 21, 1856) of a journey from Dublin, Ireland to Salt Lake City, Utah. Overland from Iowa City, Iowa to Utah by handcart.
Scrapbook contains mainly newspaper clippings, many from the New York Tribune concerning the Union Colony. Also includes a 5 page manuscript account of Ward's trip by rail from Ashburnham, Mass. to Greeley, Colo. May 2-10, 1870.
Collection contains a diary kept by her mother, Jean Hooper Page describes Virginia's birth, milestones in her life, daily activities in Denver, Colo.; black and white photograph of her dog (1901); poem by Jean Hooper Page.
Collection contains a pocket diary of a journey from eastern Kan. to the Pikes Peak for gold during the spring and summer of 1860; includes some expense and work records. Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm209).
Personal diary of physician and pharmacist in Grand Junction and DeBeque, Colorado.
Collection contains W.E. Stanton diaries and family history (1893-1928), autograph book, membership and meeting records for the Cheraw Woman's Club (1927-1945), scrapbooks, letter from Anna Moon, clippings, and ephemera.
Contains daily entries in a date book for 1944. Appears to record flight training information.
Collection contains 2 handwritten diaries that document Lobenstine's travel to the California gold fields, work as a miner, return to New York City via Panama, and journey to Kansas (1851-1858); microfilm copy of diaries.
The collection contains an assortment of correspondence; battle stories (1999); ephemera (ca.1945); journals (ca.1945); photographs from Italian Campaign (1945); and Duncan's military papers (1942-1945).
Collection contains a diary that describes voyages between Mobile, Ala. and New York on brigs: Mobile, Magnolia, and Metamora and the ship Hector. Includes some family records 1801-1900.
Collection contains a 88 page diary (1862-1864), edited 9 page typescript of diary with (1862-1863) of trip from Illinois to the gold fields of the Salmon River region, Oregon and return trip to New York by the steamer "Pacific." Also letter of congratulation to Aaron Gove upon his retirement as Superintendent of Denver Public Schools (1904). Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm120).