Found in 62 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains Steele's diary of student life at Colorado State Agricultural College, correspondence, notes, scrapbook of his cartoons, other miscellaneous clippings.
Collection contains Hartman's memories of experiences in Gunnison, Colo. region during 1870s and 80s.
Collection contains copies of typed manuscripts: "The One-Hundred Dollar Bill" concerns silver mining, Poor Slob Mine, working in Central City lab; "Crime and Punishment" outlines Mosch's involvement in capturing a drug dealer; letter to "Fellow Miner" on government mining regulations; photocopies of newspaper clippings on Mosch; letter to "Mining Claim Owner" on tax revenues from mines.
Collection contains a copy of her "Prairie schooner log" 1880 describing trip from Lincoln to Wheeler County, Neb.; also copies of family genealogical material, photos, letter, and land-office records.
Collection contains photocopy of Augusta Tabor's death certificate (1961), typed transcripts of will and related estate papers (1956).
Photocopy of a paper written for a class at Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO. Includes bibliography.
Collection contains photocopies of sale receipts, correspondence, wills, leases, brand registrations, contracts, pamphlets, sale catalog.
Collection contains genealogical records related to the Hyatt, Bell, Prather, and Stone families compiled by Aeola Brennemann; including correspondence, census records, deeds, will, DAR application, lineage information.
Collection contains photocopies of genealogies and some biographical information on members of the Boutwell family descending from James Boutell and Elizabeth Rolfe, married at Helion Bumpstead, Essex, England (October 22, 1554).. Includes "Pioneer Wife, the True Story of the Life of My Mother" by Grace Boutwell Allen.
Collection contains photostatic copies of letters (1872-1875) regarding the Los Pinos Indian Agency (Colorado); report to the Secretary of War by Lieut. C.A.H. McCauley, Third Cavalry, of his explorations in and about Pagosa Springs, Colorado (1879).
Collection contains a bound photocopy with mounted black and white photographs of "A Walk with My Son; Highest Lone Walk in North America, a Traverse of the Colorado Continental Divide."
Collection contains photocopies of Whitehead's papers held at Duke University, Durham, N.C.; as well as correspondence and typescripts of speeches; songbooks and pamphlets; includes material on Channing F. Sweet's support of the Socialist Party; memorial pamphlet for Whitehead's mother; "Celia Baldwin Whitehead", Denver (1932).
Collection contains photocopies of documents concerning St. Vrain's military career in New Mexico and relationship with Charles Bent. Includes certificate given to Hyman S. St. Vrain as descendent, April 17, 1985.
Collection contains photocopy of manuscript titled: Chalmers Hadley, Denver City Librarian, 1910-1924; photocopy of article by Malcolm G. Wyer on Denver Public Library 1911-1924; photocopies of five newspaper articles about Hadley's resignation from Denver Public Library (July 24, 1924); photocopy of article from Mountain and Plain (n.d.) by Belle Warren Edmonds entitled: Number One-Chalmers Hadley.
Collectionn contains photocopies of manuscript letters from Bent in Taos, N.M. to Alvarez in Santa Fe, N.M. concerning business affairs and protection of U.S. citizens in New Mexico.
Collection contains eyewitness account of Indian attacks on a wagon train 1868. Material concerning Las Vegas and St. Louis Mining and Smelting Company; personal correspondence.
The collection contains clippings (n.d.); and copies of Campbell's military papers (1941-1945).
Collection contains photocopy of photograph (8x10) and documentation identifying original Society members.
Album documents construction of the Denver Tramway building, Arapahoe Street between 13 and 14th Streets in Denver, Colorado, from ground breaking to completion. Includes a few interior shots, various views, and surrounding downtown buildings. Caption on first image reads: "Whitney-Steen Co. Builders."
"History of Eastonville, Colorado" / by Charles M. Hobbs. "Eastonville, ghost town" / attributed to Clara Hamlin.
Collection contains photocopies of the following items:: letters written by Vance's grandfather, Evan Lincoln Jenkins (1951); newspaper article on Jenkins' 50th wedding anniversary (1934?); series of letters by Jenkins published in The Fairbury Journal (Neb.) (n.d.); photograph of Eli Barry Vance (grandfather) taken at Green Mountain Falls, Colo. (1943).
Collection contains a handwritten memoir: Early History of Mining on the Blue River and Vicinity; details Poznansky's experiences gold and silver mining near Breckenridge, Colo. (1859-1864); photocopy of memoir transcription by Ester L. Hallen, relative of Poznansky.
The Arapahoe County Jail was once located near the intersection of Santa Fe Drive and West Colfax, Denver, Colorado. The four-story, stone building was erected in 1891. Built in 1920, the West Side Court Building was connected to the north side of the jail structure.
Collection contains the written narration for the slide presentation, "Meeting the Challenge", outlines the history of Somerset, Colorado, a coal-mining community near Paonia, Colorado; photocopy of article on Somerset from "Coal" newsletter (August, 1939).
Collection contains photocopies of National Park Service reports: History of Dale Mining District, California (n.d.); Notes of an Interview with William H. McHaney (1933, 1952); Historical Notes on Joshua Tree National Monument (1954); typed unedited manuscript by Chappell entitled: The Baby Gage Railroad, The Pacific Coast Borax Company's Two Foot Gauge Ryan-Widow Mine Railroad (n.d.).
Collection contains photocopies of material from U.S. Dept. of the Interior files at National Archives, Washington, D.C. documenting Gore's hunting expeditions.
The collection contains the genealogical research of the Hale family compiled by Frances Mozetta (Hale) Currin. The materials include photocopies of marriage records, photographs, military and enlistment records, maps, death certificates, newspaper clippings, birth certificates, and brief biographies for Grace (Hale) Jordan, Frances Mozetta (Hale) Currin, and Dolores Ruth (Hale) Groves Finley.
Photocopy of typewritten memoir transcribed by Harold Van Dusen’s wife, Mary Ellen Van Dusen, entitled, “Harold Van Dusen – War Memoirs,” undated, circa 1999 (46 pages).
Collection contains a photocopy of scrapbook with letters, photographs, news clippings concerning Mudge's career, biographical, and family information. Original owned by donor.
Collection contains photocopies of photographs, newspaper clippings, Japanese propaganda leaflets, hand-drawn maps, and correspondence collected by Wikane.