Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
Materials on Peck include: copies of personal photographs (1940, 1944, 2008); copies of his military records: training certificate, payroll, General Orders, intelligence memorandum, 10th Mountain Division commendations and citations,(1944, 1945), draft copy of the "85th Mountain Infantry Regimental History (1945); personal records: birth certificate, marriage license, correspondence (1920, 1944, 1945, 2008).
Collection contains ancestry records compiled by Armstrong: family charts, correspondence, birth and death certificates, burial information, military records, maps. Includes information on Reed, Armstrong, Heinze, Moore, Ausenbaugh, Eison, Wortman and Shannon families. families.
Collection contains family papers, photographs, correspondence, documents, school records. Some of the materials and photographs are identified for the following individuals: Schuyler Swearingen, Hazel Swearingen, Theodore Ashcroft, Edward Ashcroft, Ronald Ashcroft, Walter Ashcroft, Eva Ashcroft, William Pray, Peter Ashcroft. A group of photographs: studio portraits, mining scenes related to Georgetown taken by Colo. photographer George Dalgleish are included.
Collection contains genealogical, family and business materials and photographs of the Boge family and of many of the building projects on which John Boge was involved. Also includes catechism material, baptism certificate and information on Winifred Herbert-Boge: psalms and verses in pamphlet form, bulletins, programs, postcards, all material relates to Salem United Church of Denver.
Collection contains a large collection of family and business related photographs, newspaper clippings and ephemera.
Collection contains 5 volumes of original correspondence between Ella Bruch and her youngest daughter, Bessie. The letters document farm life near Genoa, Colorad; experiences as a school teacher on the eastern plains; married life in Denver; and experiences during the Great Depression.
Collection contains family genealogies (1693-1980s), photographs, correspondence, clippings, legal documents, and research on the Card, Baker, and Power families. Included is a photograph of the D. and B. Powers wagon train, Denver, June 20, 1868; Williams & M'Donald, photographers.
Collection contains materials from the Rucker family and Dr. Jennie Rucker's accomplishments as a teacher and community member. Materials include certificates, legal documents, photographs, scrapbooks, correspondence, property deeds, and correspondence. Oversized materials include certificates, CDs, vinyl records, and plaques.
Collection contains extensive genealogical research includes pedigree charts, census records, maps, military and pension records, tombstone inscriptions, correspondence, manuscripts, reports and photographs. Includes information on allied families Peden, Mead, Murray, Hogoboom, Elliot, Thrailkill.
Collection contains real estate contracts; tax statements; West High School (Denver, Colo.) yearbooks (1921, 1922); deeds; prayer book from Swedish Lutheran Church (Georgetown, Colorado); marriage certificates; citizenship papers; genealogical information on Axel Ekstrom, Ludvig Alstatt, Albert Wilfred Alstatt, Richard Louis Wells, Sr. and families.
Collection contains photographs, warranty deed, certificates, Ohio Heavy Artillery medals, and newspaper clippings.
Collection contains correspondence, certificates, receipts, newspaper clippings, and copies of photographs; military records (1899) for Joseph Spellmann Gilley, member of S Company, Royal Horse Artillery.
Photographs; postcards; insurance papers; receipts; deeds.
Collecton contains wedding book, baby books, family photographs, scrapbook, mementos.
Collection contains handwritten description of Daniels & Fisher store, promotional booklets and literature, Thompson's school grades, Helen Elizabeth Thompson's watercolor paintings, party ideas and games, Link family genealogy, autograph book from Ft. Wayne, Ind. (1881), family photographs with identifications (1890s-1970s).
Collection includes family scrapbooks containing clippings, poems, obituaries, announcements, local Denver history, sports history, Larimer Square development, real estate information correspondence (ca.1880-1965); two file folders with correspondence and poetry by Harry J. Kelly; family photo albums and photographs.
Collection contains a notebook with original sources of genealogical information concerning the family of Evan Lewis, who emigrated from Wales in 1682 and settled in Pa.
Personal and business correspondence. Research material gathered for a history of Huerfano County. Typed manuscripts of Sequel of a Story, June, July and August, La Espanola, and other writings. Sporleder family records include diary (1865-1888) written by Sporleder's mother, Caroline Horche Sporleder. Music lessons, programs, school records of Sporleder's daughter, Caroline Sporleder Young.
Collection contains correspondence, Daughters of the American Revolution records; genealogical research on MacDougall family and allied families; genealogical book lists.
Collection contains genealogical information from several families: Maestas, Suazo, Garcia, Sancez, Trujillo. Including panoramic photo (copy) from Hugo, Colo. (1940); 27 snapshot photos of Maestas' military service (1941-1943); copies of clippings, genealogical information on Elenora Suazo and Suazo family of Mogote, Colo.; Colo. State House of Representatives memorial #1002 to Frank Anaya; correspondence from the Sancez, Garcia and Trujillo families.
Collection contains family photographs, college diplomas from Brenau College (Georgia) and University of Denver (Colo.), legal documents, parents' funeral records, certificate of recognition from "Who's Who in American Women" (1967).
Collection contains photographs, family related ephemera, clippings, announcements, invitations related to Arthur Gray Miller, his wife: Florina May (Essick) Miller, and their children: Harlan L. Miller, Sr., Ellis Miller, Arleta Miller, and Flores Miller.
Collection contains family papers including marriage certificate and accounts of the couple's travels.
Collection consists of greeting cards, memorials, postcards, awards, certificates and photographs collected by the Moon-Walker family. Very few of the photographs are identified.
The collection Includes financial materials, mine information and reports, correspondence, safety information, drilling information, explosives information, inspection reports and information, newspaper clippings, ledgers, survey maps.
Collection contains correspondence, military information, photographs, memorial programs and materials related to Norman Harris' children.