Found in 131 Collections and/or Records:
Microfilm of report on various ranches and brands owned by Wyoming and Colorado rancher William F. Swan; includes photographs, interviews, and transcripts of documents.
Collection contains newspaper clippings about Craig's career in law and politics. Also announcements, programs, campaign fliers, other memorabilia. Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm106).
Collection contains copy of letter signed by Rube Ekander and J. Frank Binder announcing the ground-breaking ceremonies; dated August 14, 1950; microfilm contains historical data on the founding of the American Legion nationally and of the local branch. Includes sketches of commanders, lists of officers, awards, activities, and photographs.
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 the scrapbook of the Artists' Club of Denver compiled by Bromwell with newspaper clippings, catalogs, mailings, announcements, exhibition data, membership lists, photographs of artists' homes. Also contains information on the Le Brun Art Club (1892-1893) and other clippings about related art, local people and events. Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm4).
Microfilmed copy of A New Parish Register (3d ed., rev.) / Rev. Charles Wells Hayes ; includes all baptisms from A to Z in St. John's Cathedral (Denver, Colo.)
Collection contains 12 original letters written to Black Elk's "grandchildren" Claude and Frances Hansen, Denver, Colo. (1947-1951); additional letters concern the Hansen's desire to collect American Indian related artifacts and tribal history; typescript of memoir: "Our Good Friend Black Elk" by Claude B. Hansen (n.d.); post card; envelope. Addresses include Neb., Colo., Mont. and S.D. Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm181).
Collection contains a record of proceedings of the city's Board of Aldermen (1864-1867). Records also available on Mflm 14.
Collection contains a minute book of the municipality's elected governing board. The Board of Selectmen consisted of the Police Judge (chief executive officer of Georgetown) and two selectmen from each ward. Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm 113).
Collection contains letters home to his mother, Mrs. C.S. Krepps, and sister. Also, two letters from Joseph Troth telling of Krepps' death from typhoid fever. Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm53)
Microfilm of Richard C. Overton's book, Burlington Route: A History of the Burlington Lines, 1849-1949 (c1965).
Collection contains two minute books (1895–1900, 1900-1909) of club meetings with a few inserted letters, receipts, etc.
Collection contains a Japanese letter copying book (1881 October 27-1882 August 5) with copies of letters from Dewar to other Yellowstone division engineers concerning railroad construction. Letters posted from the Montana Territory. This portion of collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm110).
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).
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 letters to Dudley in his capacity as Denver City Librarian concern book fines, library procedures, missing books; letter book contains correspondence about Dudley's personal affairs, real estate transactions, professional library and education affairs; microfilm (Mflm111) contains letter book.
Copy of scrapbooks compiled and kept by Frank Butler; includes clippings, correspondence, invitations, and memorabilia relating to Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show and Annie Oakley's participation the Show.
Codes of regulations having the force of law for various Colorado territory mining districts: Central District (1860), Gregory District (1861), Griffiths Mining District (1860), Montgomery Mining District (1861), Silver Heels Mining District (1872), Trail Creek District (1860).
Microfilm copy of papers and documents relating to Ute Indian uprising (1887-1889), Cripple Creek mining strike (1903-4), Telluride and Trinidad labor strikes (1904), and Ludlow arson trial (1914).
Microfilm copy of original confession taken by James McParland of Pinkerton National Detective Agency, January 27-31, 1906, at the Idaho State Penitentiary; draft prepared for use by Idaho state attorneys in the Steunenburg murder trial.
Microfilm includes minutes of Board of Trustees for Crested Butte, Colo. (May 7, 1894-May 21, 1906); docket book for Gunnison County, Colo. court (1902-1921).
Collection contains microfilm (C MSS Mflm142) copy of 4 scrapbooks of the Davis family; primarily newspaper clippings.
Collection contains microfilm copy (C MSS Mflm29) of scrapbooks with photographs, news clippings, programs newsletters, correspondence dealing with the Sorority and members' activities.
Papers written by students for course Contemporary Religious Cults taught by William Bernhardt at the Iliff School of Theology (Denver, Colo.)