Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
The autobiography is a 4-page typescript written by Ann Spence Warner in roughly 1932 after she had published her first novel: Sidesaddle Ranch (1930). There is a 2-page addendum to the autobiography listing the titles, dates and publication titles for the short stories she had written between 1918-1932.
Genealogy information about Deborah Sampson Gannett, who is considered to be the first women in American history to disguise herself as a man in order to fight in a war.
Materials include copies of Johnson's biographical data; reports of his burial (2003); copies of newspaper clippings (1945, 2004); copy photographs of Johnson (1944), his father (1906) and related monument (n.d.); notes and correspondence (1945, 2008).
Collection contains articles and notes on passenger pigeons written by Frost; biographical information; obituaries.
Collection contains a biographical chronology and three photographic prints: 1. newly elected Denver, Colo. Commissioners: Otto F. Thum; commissioner of property, Dr. J. M. Perkins, commissioner of social welfare; J. F. Markey, auditor; Alexander Nisbet, commissioner of safety; John B. Hunter, commissioner of improvements (1913). -- 2. Otto Thum, clerk of the city of Denver (1913?). -- 3. Otto Thum, statistician of the state labor department (1924).
The collection contains a copy of a file on Darby from the Governmental offices in Torbole, Italy; copies of biographies about Darby: "The Last Days of Col. William O. Darby: An Eye-Witness Account by Kenneth Templeton" (1998) and "William Orlando Darby - A Man to Remember" complied by Darby Junior High School, Fort Smith, Ark. (1986); newspaper clippings (1963-1970).