Found in 131 Collections and/or Records:
Report of the Agency's investigation relating to Western Federation of Miners; Thiel Detective Service report concerning the assassination conspiracy of Idaho Governor Frank Steunenberg; reports made to Governor of Idaho.
Booklet of newspaper clippings; Brief History of the Northern Coal Field; essay on dry farming by Sharp. Scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings: obituaries, Colorado/Denver people and events, coal mining, poems, general interest stories, politics/politicians, World War I, pictures of Colorado places; programs, invitations, b/w photographs, postcards. Scrapbook 12 includes b/w photos of flood and aftermath in Pueblo in 1921; scrapbooks are also on microfilm.
Gives names of officers and enlisted men, citizens employed, wages, rank, etc. (June 1852-July 1858).
Microfilm copy of papers U.S. Army 10th Mountain Division soldier Ralph F. Lafferty.
Collection contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, records of Monarch Airlines, Ray Wilson's Flying School, W & B (Wilson-Bonfils) Flying School; Frontier Airlines; microfilm (Mflm97) contains newspaper clippings on Wilson, Ray Wilson's Flying School, aeronautics.
Post morning reports, general and specific orders (August 6, 1864-February 22, 1865) relating details of soldiers' duties and indicating conditions of the area and the camp. Includes orders signed by Capt. W. H. Evans and correspondence with President Lincoln.
Appointments of postmasters in Colorado and Nevada (and those formerly in Kansas, Nebraska, Utah, and California)
Interviews with and regarding the Plains Indians; contains correspondence and clippings.
Research material from the study collection of correspondence and manuscripts at Custer Battlefield National Monument
Returns from the Regular Army, Second Artillery Regiment, from Santa Fe, N. M. and other forts, January 1851-December 1860.
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 records of Sticker's business transactions (1882-1885). Collection also available on microfilm (Mflm 71).
Collections contains contracts, leases, production records, auditor's and treasurer's reports, vouchers, annual reports to stockholders, employee records, labor strike testimony, correspondence, field books, maps and drill hole reports; includes comprehensive index to collection. Microfilm contains Colorado coal mine maps, drill hole data, general coal property maps.
Microfilm copy of handwritten diaries.
Collection contains a microfilm (C MSS Mflm60) copy of Munroe's autobiography about family life, early Denver history, employment; includes text, clippings and pamphlets.
Collection contains a scrapbook with newspaper clippings documenting Heintzelman's interest in Arizona mining, economic and territorial development; also includes correspondence; map; public notice; circular; prints of Heintzelman's mines. Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm118).
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 32 scrapbooks (1945-1963) with newspaper clippings, program notes; awards, correspondence, promotional material, and photographs of Caston's career as the music director and conductor with the Denver Symphony Orchestra; additional material (1932-1944) from his work with the Philadelphia Orchestra. Scrapbooks also available on microfilm (Mflm 13).
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).
Scrapbook of Denver (Colo.) Italian-American organization.
Collection contains first degree murder trial proceedings of People of the State of Colorado v. Sherman Parker, Thomas Foster, and W. F. Davis; defendants were charged with dynamiting the Florence and Cripple Creek Railroad (near Independence, Colo.).
Transcript of State v. Haywood, June 4-July 30, 1907; parts of transcript are damaged or missing.
Collection contains 3 scrapbooks assembled by Brown with newspaper clippings about Horace Tabor, Colorado mining magnate, and his first wife, Augusta. Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm88).
Includes the Temple minutes, constitution, and pew records.
Microfilm copy of notes of a journey beyond the Rocky Mountains in 1843 and 1844 with The Expedition for the Exploration of Oregon Territory; April 29-Oct. 13, 1843.
History of the Pacific Railroad; includes handwritten copy of January 4, 1851, article (London Morning Chronicle) and history of overland telegraph.
Certificates and scrapbooks of newspaper clippings relate to McMurray's activities as Denver (Colo.) mayor.; obituaries; 1918 memorial resolution signed by Mayor R. W. Speer; microfilm contains scrapbook, certificates and obituaries.
Collection contains photographs, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, resolutions, and microfilm
Records of the Veterans' Administration Bounty Land Warrant files; Bounty Land File, BL Wt. 91 019-160-55 of Thomas T. Tobens, Mexican War.