Found in 131 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Collection contains an unpublished, bound typescript titled: Three Years in the West by W. E. Barton.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).
Personal diary of physician and pharmacist in Grand Junction and DeBeque, Colorado.
Collecion contains letters from Republican leaders in various Colo. counties to chairman Hamill of the Republican State Central Committee concerning the 1878 election. Microfilmed material (Mflm137) is of broader scope: mining investments, other business, political, and personal matters.
Collection contains a letterbook (1866-1869) of Carter's Fort Bridger affairs; cash book (1864-1873); invoices; checks; Overland Stage Line passenger register (1863-1866); correspondence to and from Carter or members of his family; microfilm (Mflm 11) contains letterbook, correspondence, passenger register and cashbook.
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.
Microfilmed copies of draft of "The Centennial States" giving history of Denver, Colorado, and prominent Denver; autobiography titled: The Newspaper Press of Colorado; letters to and clippings from New York Tribune regarding Sand Creek Massacre.
Collection contains letters, almost all to his father: Chauncey Thomas (1813-1882), and concern career, marriage, travel, finances, other personal and Byers family matters. Many are on Rocky Mountain News stationery. Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm188).
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).
Collection contains Invitations, correspondence, programs, publications, luncheon menus, articles and clippings about the Alumnae Association, the school, its activities and alumnae; includes issues of Wolfe Hall banner (alumnae nos. 1905-1909, annual no. 1910). Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm103).